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Zuloaga

[ thoo-law-ah-gah, soo- ]

noun

  1. Ig·na·cio [eeg-, nah, -thyaw, -syaw], 1870–1945, Spanish painter.


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Zuloaga says that HireVue is also learning that minority candidates may need more explicit encouragement from the software in order to keep going through the interview process.

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When it came to dividing the spoils, Comonfort and Zuloaga fell out, and a seven days' conflict resulted.

The band was playing the "March of Zuloaga," in allusion to the hero who had founded the Republic.

There in the 19th century Seor Zuloaga successfully revived the artistic inlaying of gold and silver in steel and iron.

The Zuloaga sent off a bow torpedo, but it passed harmlessly under the stern of The Pizarro without doing any damage.

And Bell could almost read the thoughts that went through Zuloaga's brain.

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