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Synonyms for Pizarro

Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incas in what is now Peru and founded the city of Lima (1475-1541)

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Peruvian Interior Minister Romulo Pizarro visited Santiago on Monday where he is believed to have asked the Chilean government to hand over former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, who was arrested by Chilean police earlier in the day.
totesport: 5-2 Best Mate, 5-1 Kingscliff, 7-1 Beef Or Salmon, Strong Flow, 9-1 Rule Supreme, Celestial Gold, 11-1 Grey Abbey, 20-1 Sir Rembrandt, 25-1 Therealbandit, Pizarro, 33-1 Our Vic, 40-1 bar.
Now assertive, now tender and caressing, Pizarro is always in control, always revealing new aspects of the music.
For the past six years, Pizarro served as the president and chief executive officer of Telefonica USA, a subsidiary of the $85 billion telecommunications provider Telefonica de Espana.
With 15 minutes to go, Mario Gotze stroked the ball into the penalty area for Pizarro, who lifted his shot inside the near post, his 172nd Bundesliga goal.
Pizarro to be a suspect in the fatal shooting," police said in a news release.
FOOTBALLER Claudio Pizarro may have forsaken English breakfasts - during the off-season, obviously - for wursts, transferring to Werder Bremen from Chelsea, but the enthusiastic racehorse owner is bound to take every chance to return to Britain to watch Audemar and Lady Royal Oak.
Out could go Didier Drogba and Andriy Shevchenko, while the club would be happy to offload Florent Malouda, Juliano Belletti, Claudio Pizarro, Steve Sidwell and Tal Ben Haim.
ON CLAUDIO NINE; Pizarro celebrates after scoring Chelsea's winner; BLUE LETTER DAY: Nicolas Anelka made his full Chelsea debut
CHELSEA'S Claudio Pizarro insisted he could have broken his leg following a tackle by Kalifa Cisse during Wednesday night's 2-1 victory over Reading.
A BRACE by new Chelsea signing Claudio Pizarro helped Peru twice come from behind last night to book their place in the quarter-finals of the Copa America after a 2-2 draw with Bolivia.
RANGERS boss Walter Smith last night lost out in his bid to snap up striker Claudio Pizarro.
PULIDO, CARRASQUILLO and PIZARRO were charged in a third count with aiding and abetting an attempt to possess cocaine with intent to distribute it on June 8, 2006.
UDINESE star David Pizarro is intent on a big move this summer even if the club secure Champions League football.