Chavez


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Related to Chavez: Cesar Chavez, Carlos Chavez, Hugo Chavez
  • noun

Synonyms for Chavez

Mexican composer of nationalistic works using themes from Indian folk music (1899-1978)

United States labor leader who organized farm workers (born 1927)

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Sweeney confirms other reports of the loss of almost half of all private sector jobs in Venezuela since the rise of Chavez and speculates that the future is likely to be very difficult.
What he's telling us is, he has been waiting for 10 years to get back at De La Hoya for going into the ring against Chavez and doing his job by trying to win a fight.
Campesinos such as Viva are at the forefront of one of the most impassioned Chavez crusades, a populist who has made breaking up the nation's large but idle ranches, known here as latifundios, a centerpiece of his presidency.
LACOE's Instructional Technology Outreach staff extended its PETC team with 15 additional educators that represented in microcosm "the diversity of the county," says Chavez.
President Bush, whose administration two years ago unwisely supported a short-lived coup against Chavez.
Chavez, a former paratrooper who a decade ago attempted a coup d'etat, promotes the so-called "Bolivarian Revolutionary Plan".
Because of the severity of the injuries to Martinez, Chavez was concerned that he would not survive.
Chavez said it was a mistake not to have taken better care of his health through medical checkups.
Chavez trod the red carpet amid tight security on Monday, accompanied by Oliver Stone, the film's director.
Chavez was in the news earlier this year for brokering the February release of some political hostages being held by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and, more recently, for breaking diplomatic ties with Colombia over that country's spat with Ecuador.
Chavez blasted Bush, Describing him as "completely crazy".
Hugo Chavez, by Cristina Marcano and Alberto Barrera Tyszka, New York: Random House, 352 pages, $27.
Emboldened by a resounding re-election, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said the country should expect an "expansion of the revolution" aimed at redistributing oil wealth among the poor.