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Synonyms for Puerto Rico

a self-governing commonwealth associated with the United States occupying the island of Puerto Rico

the smallest and easternmost of the Greater Antilles in the Caribbean

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Si en un principio la deuda era manejable, la falta de pago y moratorias ocasionaron intereses, lo cual ha hecho mas dificil solucionar el problema para las instituciones gubernamentales economicas en la isla de Borinquen.
District Court in Philadelphia on April 21, also is suing the NCUA, the FDIC, 10 "Joe Does" and Ignacio Morales, the former CEO of the $7 million Borinquen Federal Credit Union.
And Borinquen Biscuit would need to work out transport details for a new route, Rios said.
With 43 knots commanded, the AC "assisted" George (or as we called him in Borinquen, Jorge) with the steeper-than-normal left turns.
Por ahora, el hijo de Borinquen se ha quitado una loza de encima.
released his debut album on the famed Fania label entitled, "El Malo," featuring the cut Borinquen.
Estos se sentian orgullosos de su herencia indigena y preferian llamarse a si mismos boricuas o borinquenos, gentilicio para Borinquen, nombre indigena de la isla.
Perfect for art and classroom teachers alike, Borinquen includes information about the history, politics, geography, and culture of the island.
Las dos se inician en el crucero USS Houston, cuando Leahy recibe la noticia de su nombramiento y terminan en el vapor SS Borinquen, cuando el almirante deja "la extrana isla tropical" para hacerse cargo de una encomienda como embajador en la Francia de Vichy.
The Plaza Borinquen -- a low-scale Bronx housing development -- was his reaction to such "defensive" developments.
The PV systems span two sites - Air Station Borinquen in Aguadilla and Rio Bayamon Housing Center in San Juan - and includes:
The Borinquen I Geothermal Plant will be situated in Liberia, Guanacaste province.
With funda from Japan and approved by the Legislative Assembly the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) will build three geothermal projects; Pailas II, Borinquen I and II in the province of Guanacaste, reports CRhoy (Aug.
Exhibit A in the brouhaha is Ignacio Morales, CEO of the failed Borinquen Federal Credit Union, who siphoned out millions of dollars to buy real estate and cocaine Morales was said to use his position on the board as treasurer to accept bogus documentation for the money transfers that put large amounts of the institution's assets into his personal pockets.