Definitions for CARLOS
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Sanchez, Ilich Sanchez, Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, Carlos, Carlos the Jackal, Salim, Andres Martinez, Taurus, Glen Gebhard, Hector Hevodidbon, Michael Assat(noun)
Venezuelan master terrorist raised by a Marxist-Leninist father; trained and worked with many terrorist groups (born in 1949)
of and origin. English equivalent: Charles.
Carlos, born Yvan-Chrysostome Dolto, and sometimes called Jean-Christophe Doltovitch, was a French singer, entertainer and actor.
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The proposals made by PAIGC do not fill the minimum criteria for PRS to enter the Carlos Correia government.
With the current oil environment, we need someone who knows more about finance and business, and that's Carlos Pareja.
They were devastated three days later when they went to the mortuary and learned that Carlos had ... multiple gunshot wounds to his face and upper body.
Evidently, when you recover five points (in a row) as well as playing well you have to have some luck, you can’t do it without luck. Carlos was playing bravely and serving well, in the end I managed to be more dynamic and aggressive and place my shots well.
Chefs are also looking to their families as touchstones, we've seen a lot of paeans to grandmothers. In fact, Olamaie is named for one of the two chefs' grandmothers. Tim Maslow of Ribelle took over his father's restaurant, Strip T's, and reinvented the food, while leaving the décor the same. Carlos Salgado of Taco Maria was born into a family that had a Mexican-American restaurant and now he's elevated that traditional cooking.
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