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Barrio

In Spanish-speaking countries, a political subdivision equivalent to a neighborhood.
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He has accepted responsibility for La Cantuta and Barrios Altos for the first time," Hume told Reuters.
22) Some scribes served not only the magistrate of one of the cuarteles mayores, but also the four alcaldes de barrio who served in the precincts of that district.
Moreover, when Teresa and her family go to see Jesse off, they still remain below the frontier dividing the barrio from the Anglo city, as Sky Harbor International Airport was built along the river bottom, a reasonable location, but one that displaced traditional neighborhoods of people of color.
Six Nuestro Barrio viewers (9 percent) reported that they did not think it would ever be possible to own a home in the United States and are therefore not asked the processes of change questions with respect to homeownership.
The program's detractors--including leaders of Venezuela's sizeable opposition coalition and much of the medical establishment--attack Barrio Adentro alternately for skirting established norms of licensing foreign practitioners and for allegedly promoting Cuban-communist ideology.
Barrios Unidos isn't what most people would think of when they hear the phrase "faith-based organization.
Outside of the headquarters of the Grupo Autoctono in barrio Carmen, the local hip-hop collective Familia Negra (Black Family) have spray painted a mural of Malcolm X and rapper Tupac Shakur.
The Barrio books and curricula will serve as teaching tools that will be used as a road map to help get our kids out of our poverty Ghetto's and Barrios and into the Corporate Boardrooms," Renteria concluded.
As a producer Carlos has released tracks on various album compilations including Buddha Bar, Nirvana Lounge, Opium Miami, the Barrio Latino compilations and more.
Located at 213 East 99th Street in Manhattan, Artspace El Barrio @ P.
ETA Star Retail, the retail arm of the ETA-Ascon Star Group, plans to further expand Barrio Fiesta -- the international casual dining restaurant specialising in traditional and fusion Filipino cuisine.
His inspirational efforts to resist discrimination and usher his team to championship status spread pride throughout the barrio community.