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a native or inhabitant of Uruguay

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Jose Cuneo (1887-1977) was an Uruguayan painter best known for
Mujica, whose time as the Uruguayan president ended in March 2015, was known as the world's poorest leader after it was revealed that he was donating 90 percent of his monthly salary of about $12,000 to charities that benefit poor people and start-up entrepreneurs.
The new alliance will expand it current CCM offering in the Uruguayan market from printed communications to interactive services.
He came in this morning with a sore back and they hospitalised him," his son, Arcadio, told a Uruguayan television station.
Evra had announced he would greet the Uruguayan in Berlin - but this was not a friendly moment between men who had buried their hatchets.
Chery, a China-based automaker, is planning to permanently close its Uruguayan assembly plant.
BILLA maintains close ties with Uruguayan officials through regular visits to Montevideo and discussions with diplomats across the U.
As part of a cooperation agreement with UTE, the USD 126 million (EUR 110m) plant was built on a plot supplied by Uruguayan rural development entity Instituto Nacional de Colonizacion (INC).
He further hoped success and prosperity for Uruguayan government and people.
The Uruguayan became the most expensive signing in the Catalan giants' history when he completed his move from Liverpool on Friday, agreeing a 200,000 pounds-a-week, five-year deal at the Nou Camp, report said.
Suarez and the Uruguayan Football Federation had appealed the decision by FIFA's disciplinary committee after the Liverpool striker was found guilty of biting Chiellini during Uruguay's 1-0 defeat of Italy on June 24, Shangai Daily reported.
Fischer added: "The FIFA appeal committee has decided to reject the appeals lodged by both the Uruguayan player Luis Suarez and the Uruguayan FA, and to confirm the decision rendered by the FIFA disciplinary committee on June 25 2014 in its entirety.
Liverpool's Uruguayan star - banned from all football for four months - originally claimed the incident was accidental.
Despite his brilliance as a footballer, Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez stands disgraced and expelled from the game's biggest stage in Brazil.
So Record Sport has has come up with a menu of players and former stars the Uruguayan could sink his teeth into.