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She was especially dedicated to working with Latino patients — and to organizing social events for friends.
Ms. Herrera de Noble, the publisher of Clarín, was instrumental in creating one of the largest media conglomerates in the Spanish-speaking world.
Mr. Herrera Campíns was a former president whose years in office were marked by bountiful oil riches and a painful economic bust when oil prices plunged in the early 1980s.
HERRERA--Marco, June 23, 1914 to August 31, 2006. Remember him with laughter and not tears. Salude Marquito! A mejores tiempos.
Cardinal Herrera y Oria dies; was 81
EN. A, HERRERA, CUBAN EX:LE '.ER; War Secretary Who SerV'eo as' President for Few Hou.rs When MacHado Fled Dies
Herrera y Franchi, Alberto
ENEMY IN RETREAT, SAY PARAGUAYANS; Bolivians Are Pushed Back at Herrera, With Loss of 206 Killed, Asuncion Reports. 6,000 NANAWA CASUALTIES La Paz Reports 3,000 of Foe Dead There -- Regime Calls for Congressional Elections Next May.
Bolivians reptd pushed back at Herrera; 6,000 casualties at Nanawa
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