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Nicaragua
 150. ISBN 978-0-393-30985-0. "History of Nicaragua: The Beginning of the End". American Nicaraguan School. Archived from the original on May 20, 2006
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Contras (redirect from Nicaraguan contras)
Government in Nicaragua which came to power in 1979 following the Nicaraguan Revolution. Among the separate contra groups, the Nicaraguan Democratic Force
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Gabriel Traversari (category American writers of Nicaraguan descent)
Gabriel Augusto Traversari y Debayle on September 7, 1963) is a NicaraguanAmerican actor, director, writer, singer, songwriter, painter and photographer
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List of Nicaraguan Americans
is a list of notable Nicaraguan Americans, including both original immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants. To be included
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List of schools in Nicaragua
The following is a list of schools in Nicaragua. American Nicaraguan School St. Augustine Preparatory School Barrio Planta Project Colegio Bautista de
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Nicaraguan Revolution
the Nicaraguan media and solidification of the group as a force in opposition to the Somoza Regime. The Somoza Regime, which included the Nicaraguan National
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ANS
club American Name Society AmericanNicaraguan School American Numismatic Society Amman National School, in Amman, Jordan Anna Nicole Smith, American model
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William Vahey (category American people convicted of child sexual abuse)
teaching at the American NicaraguanSchool in Managua and remained a teacher there until his death. He also coached basketball and led school trips to Bahrain
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Anastasio Somoza Debayle (category Nicaraguan people of Galician descent)
5 December 1925 – 17 September 1980) was a Nicaraguan dictator and officially the President of Nicaragua from 1 May 1967 to 1 May 1972 and from 1 December
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1972 Nicaragua earthquake
hospitals, which before the disaster had 1,650 beds, were unserviceable. The Nicaraguan government appealed for aid, and the government accepted aid from countries
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Nicaraguan Sign Language
the Nicaraguan children. Kegl's organization, Nicaraguan Sign Language Projects, helped establish a deaf school staffed entirely by deaf Nicaraguan teachers
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Enrique Bolaños (category Nicaraguan people of Spanish descent)
boˈla.ɲos]; 13 May 1928 – 14 June 2021) was a Nicaraguan politician who served as President of Nicaragua from 10 January 2002 to 10 January 2007. From
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Afro-Nicaraguans
immigration of Nicaraguan mestizos, especially those engaged in military affairs, commercial, speculative and entrepreneurs. Immigrants and Nicaraguan government
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Arturo Cruz Jr. (category Nicaraguan male writers)
1953), also known as Arturo Cruz Jr., is a Nicaraguan Contra, diplomat and professor. The son of Nicaraguan politician Arturo Cruz, he became involved
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History of Nicaragua
found that polluted water led to 17% of all Nicaraguan deaths. From 1945 to 1960, the U.S.-owned Nicaraguan Long Leaf Pine Company (NIPCO) directly paid
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Daniel Ortega (category Nicaraguan socialists)
11 November 1945) is a Nicaraguan politician serving as President of Nicaragua since 2007; previously he was leader of Nicaragua from 1979 to 1990, first
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INCAE Business School
Alfredo Pellas Ch., Nicaraguan businessman INCAE has agreements with Latin American, European and US universities. The school has two types of agreements
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Rosario Murillo (category Nicaraguan revolutionaries)
to Nicaraguan historian Roberto Sánchez, Murillo is maternally related to Nicaragua's national hero, Augusto Sandino. Murillo attended high school at
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Violeta Chamorro (category Nicaraguan democracy activists)
Violeta Barrios Torres; 18 October 1929) is a Nicaraguan politician who served as President of Nicaragua from 1990 to 1997. She was the first and, to date
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Sandinista National Liberation Front(category Political parties in Nicaragua)
after Augusto César Sandino, who led the Nicaraguan resistance against the United States occupation of Nicaragua in the 1930s. The FSLN overthrew Anastasio
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Nicaraguan Biographies/Leaders
Nicaraguan Biographies United States Department of State • Office of Public Affairs The Nicaraguan Resistance: Leaders 349728Nicaraguan Biographies —
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Red Dawn
in disdain] "Wolverines." [the Soviet-American Friendship Center explodes and the two are startled] Nicaraguan Captain: [to Colonel Bella] Are you all
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California Public Policy and Citizen Participation/Chapter Nine
profits funneled back to the Contras. Webb also alleged that this influx of Nicaraguan-supplied cocaine sparked, and significantly fueled, the widespread Crack
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