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United States writer (born in 1925)

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Vidal played alongside Paul Pogba at Juventus, while he and Alexis Sanchez are team-mates for their national side.
UNITED WANT VIDAL | Arturo Vidal's contract expires with Bayern Munich in 2019
Erik Orio, who oversaw the funeral procession and burial of Vidal.
Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma and his former secretaries were with Cardinal Vidal when he died peacefully at the intensive care unit of the Perpetual Succor Hospital at 7:30 Wednesday morning, said Msgr.
With more than 12 years of real estate experience, Vidal was recently ranked the #10 highest grossing producer in New York City at his prior brokerage, Douglas Elliman, for the 2015 calendar year.
Vidal was forced off with 12 minutes remaining of Wrexham's 1-1 draw at Lincoln City nearly a fortnight ago with a hamstring strain.
ABC paid Buckley and Vidal $10,000 apiece to appear in 10 debates, split between the GOP convention in Miami Beach and the Democratic convention in Chicago.
Four years later, a temperamental Vidal has commanded the club's third highest transfer fee -- just a few euros behind deals for Javi Martinez and Mario GE[micro]tze -- and has signed a four-year-deal.
Vidal, 28, was driving his wife back from a casino to the capital city Santiago when his PS180,000 red Ferrari 458 Italia collided with two other cars.
Gore Vidal (3 October 1925-31 July 2012) was an American writer and a public intellectual known for his patrician manner, epigrammatic wit, and polished style of writing.
She argues that Vidal constructs an alternative political history, illustrated by, for example, the cynical and ambitious narrator, Aaron Burr.
The Gore Vidal the reader comes to know here is generous and supportive to younger, less successful writers; he is also, especially toward the end of his life, disappointed, even lonely.
Cebu City - A day after Pope Francis was declared head of the Roman Catholic Church, he summoned all the cardinals for a brief one-on-one talk, recalled Ricardo Cardinal Vidal.
If pundit Oscar Wilde were alive today, he might describe Gore Vidal as a man who had escaped from a home for the criminally sane.