A twentieth-century Mexican writer who first gained international acclaim in the 1960s with his novel The Death of Artemio Cruz, a metaphorical study of a political leader.
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And only until the case can be passed on to an East St. Louis detective, Carlos Coleman.
She has since been transferred to the quarantine unit at Carlos III.
She is said to have worked at Carlos III for 15 years, and reportedly is married with no children.
The nightmare is that suggestion of financial wrongdoing—or cover-up on behalf of his daughter—touches Juan Carlos.
“Juan Carlos has always been slightly obsessed by acquiring money,” says one member of Madrid society.
He wondered at the unusual dispatch of his Carlos, but realized in a moment that a buggy was approaching, not a wagon.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
Mr. O'Connell spoke against Don Carlos, dwelling at length upon the atrocities which had been committed by his partisans.
Then came the escape of Don Carlos, and his placing himself at the head of the insurgents in the Basque provinces.
The object of the one party was to support Don Carlos and despotism; the other to uphold Isabella and the constitution.
From this time the army of Don Carlos gained courage, and province after province was invaded by his guerilla chiefs.