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Ex-Im must die in its current form," Flores, R-Waco, declared at a downtown Austin luncheon hosted by the Texas Association of Business and the Texas Association of Manufacturers.
Percolating since October 2013, the Flores corruption scandal took a show-stopping turn on May 6 when a judge in San Salvador issued a warrant for the ex-president's arrest.
Flores will fill her mother's trustee position on the Quad/ Graphics Votilig Trust, which has majority voting control for Quad/Graphics.
Flores alleges, on one occasion-in a scene right out of "Legally Blonde"-"She was wearing a white lace, see-through dress.
Established in 1830, Flores Valles is one of the oldest manufacturing companies of lab furniture in Europe.
In response to the alleged bomb scare, the captain of the Amsterdam flight diverted to Shannon, where Flores was arrested by local gardai.
The six-year-old is thought to be living with her three aunts because, according to Ms Flores, her ex-husband is now serving a 10-year jail sentence.
It was my first day on the job as a New Mexico State Police officer, and Flores was to be my coach officer for the coming months.
Police reports said that Flores drew a weapon of his own and fired at Bircher as he fled the house.
Jennings said Flores went to a nearby Mirastar service station, fired shots and stole a man's wallet in a botched carjacking attempt.
Morwood, both of the University of New England in Armidale, Australia, described their fossil gal as being considerably shorter than members of modern pygmy groups, blessed with incredibly strong legs, and a member of a now-extinct Homo species that had spent tens of thousands of years developing its own toolmaking tradition on Flores (SN: 10/30/04, p.
Dreams Of Freedom: A Ricardo Flores Magon Reader presents a selection of the revolutionary journalist and agitator Ricardo Flores Magon.
Flores was seriously injured at work in October 2000 and received workers' compensation benefits from November 2000 through 2002.
Ramirez withdrew from the race, and Flores was removed from the ballot for failing to meet a two-year residency requirement.