[doo-ran; Spanish doo-rahn]
- Roberto [ruh-bair-toh; Spanish raw-ber-taw] /rəˈbɛər toʊ; Spanish rɔˈbɛr tɔ/, born 1951, Panamanian boxer.
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Duran believe that patience and tenacity helped things progress this far and they will be required in order for continued success.
Smelters focusing on recycled materials are prevalent in Japan and Europe, according to Duran.
“It feels like we are so far away from the issues on the ground [where smelters operator], but we are not,” said Duran.
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Miss Duran, the Marquis de Ligne has requested the pleasure of meeting you.The Strollers
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A launch came off for me from Duran, which is on the other side of the river and is the terminal of the railroad.The Red One
"Well, I'll admit it's not the sort of thing I'd like to see encouraged," said Duran.
Duran tried to appear suavely bored with the other's musings.
- Roberto. born 1951, Panamanian boxer: held world titles at four different weights, most notably lightweight (1972–79)