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February 12, 2000 | Reuters
Carlos Salinas de Gortari, Mexico's reviled former president who fled into self-imposed exile in 1995, has moved to Cuba from Ireland, La Jornada newspaper said Friday. Salinas' sister, Adriana, confirmed the move after she returned to Mexico from a visit to Havana with Ana Paula Gerard de Salinas, the ex-president's second wife, the newspaper said. The Cuban government refused to discuss Salinas' whereabouts.
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February 12, 2000 | Reuters
Carlos Salinas de Gortari, Mexico's reviled former president who fled into self-imposed exile in 1995, has moved to Cuba from Ireland, La Jornada newspaper said Friday. Salinas' sister, Adriana, confirmed the move after she returned to Mexico from a visit to Havana with Ana Paula Gerard de Salinas, the ex-president's second wife, the newspaper said. The Cuban government refused to discuss Salinas' whereabouts.
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April 3, 2001 | R. VENABLE de RODRIGUEZ, Rebecca Venable de Rodriguez designs and coordinates bilingual special projects for the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs
Language is like a wild garden. Some words spring up in popular jargon, then wilt or die altogether in meaning. Words like "black," "colored" and Hispanic come to mind. New ones take their places, like Latino, which begs explanation even among those who are. And no one is sure whether African American is hyphenated or even still acceptable. Should the NAACP change its name to the NAAAAP?
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