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Synonyms for Ecuadoran

a native or inhabitant of Ecuador

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Environmentalists and corporations are watching the actions of the Ecuadoran court.
Their architects have worked with Uruguayan and Ecuadoran professionals of various disciplines, says Antonio Rava, manager of the Ecuador project.
Smaller Ecuadoran airlines--TAME, Lineas Aereas Nacionales del Ecuador (Aerolane) and VIP--also want part of the action.
To compensate for the loss of national identity, dead Ecuadoran presidents whose images appeared on the colorful sucre notes now will receive homage on the back of the new sucre coins.
The altitude of the fumigations and the wind caused this toxic mixture to travel up to 10 km inside Ecuadoran territory, as verified in a technical report by the Comite Interinstitucional contra las Fumigaciones (CIF), led by medical doctor Adolfo Maldonado, an expert in tropical diseases.
I was delighted to receive the June issue, after my subscription had lapsed, but I was startled to see your review of Charles Kleymeyer's book refer to the people of Ecuador as Ecuadorans.
The judge also stated that the case required the involvement of the state run Petroecuador (a partner of Texaco's in the Amazon operations) and the Ecuadoran government, and that they could only be properly handled in Ecuadoran courts.
However, in the case of the government of Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa, the challenges are contradictory, since it has used reports from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) to denounce human rights violations by previous administrations, such as that of former President Leon Febres Cordero (1984-1988), during which the largest number of extrajudicial executions and forced disappearances of political adversaries occurred.
shipper CCNI and the Hutchinson consortium, which manages shipping operations in Hong Kong, four ports in Mexico, and in Panama City, Balboa and Colon, have expressed interest in bidding to improve the Ecuadoran port.
Despite efforts by international conflict-resolution groups and requests from the Colombian and Ecuadoran business communities, the two countries have not found a mechanism to re-establish diplomatic ties, severed following Colombia's March 2008 bombing of a clandestine Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) camp in Angostura, Ecuador (see NotiSur, 2008-03-07).
Memorial International, an Ecuadoran funeral-service company, repatriates bodies of family members of the 16.
The law established the Consejo Nacional de Desarrollo Afroecuatoriano (CONDAE), which will design policies and strategies for the development of black Ecuadoran communities.
The plazas and sidewalks of the Ecuadoran capital were overrun with street vendors.
This is the best Ecuadoran agribusiness company, we admire it very much and we are proud to be one of their most important business partners.