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Barrio

In Spanish-speaking countries, a political subdivision equivalent to a neighborhood.
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They could not commit to Barrios while their Premier League survival is in doubt, but he is the type of star they want long-term.
Barrios netted Paraguay's second goal in the 3-3 draw with Venezuela in their Copa America Group B fixture and Sporting Index may not have given him enough respect with their goal minutes quote of 17-20.
Pioneers in Incisionless surgical treatment for gastrointestinal (GI) disorders and weight loss, Doctors Barrios and Denk developed the new Incisionless surgical treatment called WiFi (Weight-loss Incisionless, Fundoplication Incisionless), which treats both acid reflux AND obesity.
Barrios, who wore sunglasses inside his poorly built house on the outskirts of the mining town of Copiapo in Chile's Atacama desert, said he was still struggling to adjust to sunlight, which he said feels like needles being poked into his eyes.
Mr Barrios said: "It will not help America understand the hundreds of thousands of gay families who get up every day, do the carpool then rush home to be with their kids.
Based in Santa Cruz, California, Barrios Unidos--which means "'united neighborhoods" works to stop gang violence and redeem the lives of young people lost in the madness of the streets.
He is very good, but Barrios is a hard-hitting brute.
Ninety two percent of Venezuelans live and work in urban centers, and many Caracans scoffed at Chavez's suggestion that barrio residents "raise crops and chickens on their balconies.
In the last five years alone, the religious fiestas have grown and are now celebrated in more than 40 barrios in the city of Caracas.
On July 15, 2003, Sergeant Barrios was deployed for Operation Iraqi Freedom.
In the 18 months since Barrio Adentro's inception, the number of Cuban physicians in Venezuela has grown to more than 13,000, their medical services available to approximately 17 million Venezuelans, or two thirds of the country's population, according to the Ministry of Health and Social Development.