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  1. Ortiz

    Ortiz (pronounced [oɾˈtiθ]) is a Spanish-language surname. Means "son of Orti". Patronymic from the Basque given name "Orti", which seems to be disputed in meaning, deriving from either Latin fortis meaning "brave, strong" or Latin fortunius meaning "fortunate".

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Ortiz in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Ortiz in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Read MoreNelson:

    I get friendships, I do, but I think in this day and age where somebody befriends a Republican and legislation that we think is important doesn't get passed, and I think that's a concern. I know Gina Ortiz Jones was very close to winning in her district, and I know Gina Ortiz Jones made a decision not to endorse her, and Gina Ortiz Jones could be a friend and still endorse a Democrat who's an Iraq War veteran and a strong candidate. And I'm concerned about that.

  2. Robert Aaron:

    How many lives did Robert Aaron Long take away ? And Robert Aaron Long tried to take away Elcias Hernandez Ortiz too.

  3. Chris Evans:

    Additionally, the Beto For Texas campaign's voter ID information and voter contact data was shared with and available to Democrats up and down the ticket including Ms. Gina Ortiz Jones, that included the voter IDs collected and created as Beto's campaign knocked 4.1 million doors, made 20.8 million phone calls, and sent 37 million text messages to Texas voters. This was in addition to the more than 750 volunteer offices we opened that benefited candidates up and down the ballot.

  4. Lori Lightfoot:

    As a mom, this is not something Adeena Weiss-Ortiz want children to see.

  5. Bryan Chávez and Sandra Ortíz:

    Seeing Sandra Ortíz in person, being able to give Sandra Ortíz a hug and everything.

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