The two new buildings flank the existing Borinquen
Court Apartments, a 145-unit affordable senior housing development originally constructed as a HUD Section 202 property and now owned by the West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing, Inc.
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.
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.
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.
Already--and increasingly so within the past 15 years--it is common, among both the Taino-representing and not, to self-identify using the term "Boricua"; a Taino term denoting a native to the island originally called "Boriken" (sometimes spelled Borinquen
) and renamed Puerto Rico ("rich port") by Spain.
Narrator C: Borinquen
is 50 miles east of Hispaniola.
Perfect for art and classroom teachers alike, Borinquen
includes information about the history, politics, geography, and culture of the island.
Alchemy features the work of seven artists: Nicole Awai, Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels, Borinquen
Gallo, Phoebe Grip, Miatta Kawinzi, Anna Riley, and Kennedy Yanko.