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Andrés and Pérez
* 1992 – A coup d ' état is led by Hugo Chávez against Venezuelan President Carlos Andrés Pérez.
** The National Assembly of Venezuela designates Ramón José Velásquez as successor of suspended President Carlos Andrés Pérez.
* February 4 – In Venezuela, Hugo Chávez leads an unsuccessful coup attempt against President of Venezuela Carlos Andrés Pérez.
** Carlos Andrés Pérez takes office as President of Venezuela.
On February 4, 1992, Carlos Andrés Pérez addressed the nation from Venevisión's studios during a coup attempt against his government.
His earliest dramatic essays were translations from Molière, Voltaire and Alexandre Dumas, père ; he then turned to adapting old Spanish plays, and in 1837 produced his first original play, Los Amantes de Teruel, the subject of which had previously been used by Andrés Rey de Artieda, Tirso de Molina and Juan Pérez de Montalbán.
* Carlos Andrés Pérez, a Venezuelan president
* ( 1636-1636 ): Andrés Pérez Franco
Bosch entered Venezuela in mid-September 1976 under the protection of Venezuelan president Carlos Andrés Pérez, according to the National Security Archive.
The informant quoted Bosch as making an offer to Venezuelan officials to forgo acts of violence in the United States when President Carlos Andrés Pérez visited the United Nations in November, in return for " a substantial cash contribution to organization.
Carlos Andrés Pérez Rodríguez ( 1922 – 2010 ), also known as CAP and often referred to as El Gocho ( due to his Andean origins ), was a Venezuelan politician, President of Venezuela from 1974 to 1979 and again from 1989 to 1993.
Rómulo Betancourt, Leonardo Ruiz Pineda and Carlos Andrés Pérez during a visit to Táchira state in 1946
Carlos Andrés Pérez was born at the hacienda La Argentina, on the Venezuelan-Colombian border near the town of Rubio, Táchira state, the 11th of 12 children in a middle-class family.
In Caracas, Pérez enrolled in the renowned Liceo Andrés Bello, where he graduated in 1944 with a major in Philosophy.
Carlos Andrés Pérez during his first term in office
The political life of Carlos Andrés Pérez began at the age of 15, when he became a founding member of the Venezuelan Youth Association and a member of the National Democratic Party, both of which were opposed to the repressive administration of General Eleazar López Contreras, who had succeeded the dictatorship of Juan Vicente Gómez in 1935.
In 1973, Carlos Andrés Pérez was nominated to run for the presidency for AD.
Helmut Haussmann, Carlos Andrés Pérez, Raymond Barre, Michel Camdessus and David Campbell Mulford at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, 1989
Carlos Andrés Pérez maintained a high profile in international affairs.
Willy Brandt and Carlos Andrés Pérez, together with the Dominican Republic's José Francisco Peña Gómez, expanded the activities of the Socialist International from Europe to Latin America.
President Carlos Andrés Pérez next to US President George H. W. Bush during a visit to Washington, D. C. | Washington during his second term in office
Carlos Andrés Pérez crushed the protest with the national guard, causing a large number of deaths — estimates range from 500 to 3000, and resulted in the declaration of a state of emergency.
Carlos Andrés Pérez and Octavio Lepage after the impeachment
Funeral of Carlos Andrés Pérez in Caracas ( 5 October, 2011 )

Andrés and Nicaragua
Maritime boundary dispute with Venezuela in the Gulf of Venezuela ; territorial disputes with Nicaragua over Archipelago de San Andrés y Providencia and Quita Sueño Bank.
The relationship between the two Latin American countries has evolved amid conflicts over the San Andrés y Providencia Islands located in the Caribbean sea close to the Nicaraguan shoreline and the maritime boundaries covering 150, 000 km² that included the islands of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina and the banks of Roncador, Serrana, Serranilla and Quitasueño as well as the arbitrarily designed 82nd meridian west which Colombia claims as a border but which the International Court has sided with Nicaragua in disavowing.
Currently located in the center of the Plaza de la Merced, looking towards the church of San Andrés is a bust of the poet Rubén Darío, sculptor Santiago de Santiago, which was donated by the Nicaragua government to the city in 1973. Letters related to the bust are also found in the Promenade Lounge, the famous poet José Rodas was first installed in 1927 in the plaza of the gardens, and moved to its present site in 1960 by the segovian sculptor Aniceto Marinas.
Starting in the early 19th century, Afro-Caribbeans from Bocas del Toro ( Panama ), San Andrés ( Colombia ), and Nicaragua visited what is now Tortuguero to hunt turtles from May through September.
Nicaragua lays claim to all the islands on its continental shelf, covering an area of over 50, 000 km < sup > 2 </ sup > in the Caribbean Sea, including the Serranilla Bank and all islands associated with the San Andrés and Providencia archipelagoes.
Nicaragua lays claim to all the islands on its continental shelf, covering an area of over 50, 000 km < sup > 2 </ sup > in the Caribbean Sea, including Bajo Nuevo Bank and all islands associated with the San Andrés and Providencia archipelagoes.
Later that day, the hurricane passed over San Andrés island, which is part of a small Colombian archipelago off the east coast of Nicaragua.
While forming and intensifying, Hurricane Hattie passed near or over San Andrés island, which is located off the east coast of Nicaragua.
On 24 March 1928, the Abadía Administration under Manuel Esguerra, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Colombia to Managua, negotiated and signed the Esguerra-Bárcenas Treaty with José Bárcenas Meneses, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua, in which Nicaragua recognized the sovereignty of Colombia over the Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina and by which Colombia ceded claims over the Mosquito Coast, both territories that belonged to Colombia uti possidetis juris following Independence from Spain.
San Andrés – Providencia Creole is a Creole language spoken in the San Andrés and Providencia Department of Colombia by the natives ( the Raizal ethnic group ), very similar to the Miskito Coastal Creole spoken in Bluefields, the Corn Islands and the Mosquito Coast of Nicaragua.

Andrés and conflict
Later in the summer, Rosewall and some other WCT players ( Laver, Andrés Gimeno, Emerson, Cliff Drysdale, Fred Stolle, and Roche ) did not play the US Open because of the growing conflict between the International Lawn Tennis Federation ( ILTF ) and the WCT.

Andrés and for
** Andrés Iniesta ( born 1984 ), football player for FC Barcelona
In 1836, the first armed uprising for independence took place in Puerto Príncipe ( Camagüey Province ), led by Francisco de Agüero and Andrés Manuel Sánchez.
Rockies first baseman Andrés Galarraga won the batting title, hitting. 370 for the season after Manager Don Baylor persuaded Galarraga to change from a standard batting stance into an open one in which he squarely faced the pitcher, allowing him to see incoming pitches properly.
Following a proposal put forward by The Welwyn Garden Heritage Trust, town-planner Andrés Duany has suggested that designated " Garden Villages " could be built within Hertfordshire to relieve some of the pressure for new homes, with perhaps a third Garden City to follow.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador contested the results and demanded a vote-per-vote recount, which was denied by the Federal Electoral Tribunal, based on the argument that inconsistencies could not be proved for all electoral circumscriptions, but order a partial recount of votes of those that did show inconsistencies which represented 9. 2 % of the total, after which the results were not significantly altered.
Andrés Manuel del Río discovered compounds of vanadium in 1801 by analyzing a new lead-bearing mineral he called " brown lead ," and presumed its qualities were due to the presence of a new element, which he named erythronium ( Greek for " red ") since, upon heating, most of its salts turned from their initial color to red.
Other scholars, like Constantino Cabal, highlighted the fact that several Galician places, such as Pico Sacro, Pedra da Barca ( Muxía ) or San Andrés de Teixido, were already draws for pagan pilgrimage in pre-Roman times.
This position was contested by Andrés Nin and some other members of the League who did not support the call for a new International.
In 1536, ostensibly in response to a letter asking for aid from Andrés de Cereceda, then acting Governor of the Province of Honduras, Alvarado and his army of Indian allies arrived in Honduras, just as the Spanish colonists were preparing to abandon the country and go look for gold in Peru.
On 6 December 2011, Andrés Iniesta-who played for the club in his youth before joining FC Barcelona-became the club's major shareholder, injecting € 420, 000 into the cash-trapped institution.
By then, Abel Stearns had acquired Rancho Los Coyotes in consideration for loans made to Pio and Andrés Pico.
** Javier Garza, John D. Thomas, Mike Couzzi, Ron Taylor, Scott Canto ( engineers ), Andrés Castro, Emilio Estefan, Jr., Sebastián Krys ( producers ) & Carlos Vives ( producer & artist ) for Déjame entrar
In 1991, the Local Government Commission, a private nonprofit group in Sacramento, California, invited architects Peter Calthorpe, Michael Corbett, Andrés Duany, Elizabeth Moule, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, Stefanos Polyzoides, and Daniel Solomon to develop a set of community principles for land use planning.
According to husband-and-wife town planners Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, two of the founders of the Congress for the New Urbanism, they observed mixed-use streetscapes with corner shops, front porches, and a diversity of well-crafted housing while living in one of New Haven's Victorian neighborhoods.
On February 3, 1989, only six months after being sworn in for his eighth full term, Stroessner was ousted in a bloody coup d ' état led by General Andrés Rodríguez.
La Ley ( Spanish for " The Law ") was a Grammy Award and two-time Latin Grammy Award-winning Chilean rock band formed by Andrés Bobe and Rodrigo Aboitiz with Mauricio Claveria, Beto Cuevas and Luciano Rojas.
The Saltire is also the flag for St. Andrew's Scots School in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and its " spinoff " university Universidad de San Andrés.
Among the telenovelas, she acted in: Vida ( Life ), ( where she performed with Johanna Rosaly ), La Mentira ( The Lie ), Poquita Cosa ( Small Thing ), Escándalo ( Scandal ) ( where she acted alongside Andrés García, Iris Chacón and Charytín ), and Ave de Paso ( Bird of Passage ), where she played the main role, and sang the theme song: " Nunca Te Diré Adiós ", composed for her by Lou Briel.
The United States made a surprising run to the second round with a shocking victory over Colombia which saw Andrés Escobar, the player responsible for the United States ' first goal ( an own goal ), later shot to death in his homeland.
As many as 10, 000 Zapatista sympathizers protested in the city in 1998 to push federal officials to honor the 1994 San Andrés Accords and to push for new gubernatorial elections and other demands.
He played every chance he had by himself in his room for up to 14 hours a day listening to 1950s rock ' n ' roll records, classical guitarists such as Andrés Segovia, and jazz players such as Wes Montgomery.
Chile promulgated its civil code in 1855, an original work in confront with the French code both for the scheme and for the contents ( similar to the Castillan law in force in that territory ) that was written by Andrés Bello ( begun in 1833 ).

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