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The station, Cabrera and Ayala said, was built to hold between 200 and 250 people at any one time.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is one of the few business journalists who has been asked to visit Cuba.
For Jano Cabrera, a Democratic strategist, the subject strikes a nerve.
Two shots if they mention their admiration for Estrada at the same time.
Miguel Estrada—A conservative Washington lawyer nominated by President Bush to a federal appeals court but blocked by Democrats.
An estrada is simply a path leading from one Hevea tree to another and circling back to camp.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
In his participation in public affairs President Estrada Cabrera always has supported liberal principles.
The administrative reforms which President Estrada Cabrera has introduced are numerous.
Friendly relations with all countries, both neighboring and distant, is a leading point in President Estrada Cabrera's programme.
Deprived of his support, Cabrera himself had to remove his forces to French soil.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year|Edwin Emerson