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* José Alfonso Belloso y Sánchez, former Archbishop of San Salvador, El Salvador.
* San Ildefonso, San Vicente, a municipality in El Salvador.
* Academia Británica Cuscatleca ( ABC ), a school in Santa Tecla, El Salvador
ARIN formerly covered Argentina, Aruba, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Dutch West Indies, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands ( UK ), French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela until LACNIC was formed.
Costa Rica ( Roman Catholic ), Denmark ( Evangelical Lutheran ), El Salvador ( Roman Catholic ), England ( Anglican ), Finland ( Evangelical Lutheran & Orthodox ), Georgia ( Georgian Orthodox ), Greece ( Greek Orthodox ), Iceland ( Evangelical Lutheran ), Liechtenstein ( Roman Catholic ), Malta ( Roman Catholic ), Monaco ( Roman Catholic ), and Vatican City ( Roman Catholic ).
The main countries of origin are Nicaragua, Colombia, United States and El Salvador.
** El Salvador Customs union, ( 1963, re-launched on October 29, 1993 )
For example, Panama and El Salvador have declared U. S. currency to be legal tender, and from 1791 – 1857, Spanish silver coins were legal tender in the United States.
Police officer on a bicycle in El Salvador.
Central America consists of the seven states of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
This union consisted of the present day nations of Guatemala ( which included the former state of Los Altos ), El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica ( which included a region which is now part of Panama, and the Guanacaste Province which was once part of Nicaragua ), and Soconusco, a portion of the modern Mexican state of Chiapas.
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Shortly after the first reported incidents in Puerto Rico, other animal deaths were reported in other countries, such as the Dominican Republic, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Brazil, United States, and Mexico.
alt = An adult cane toad with dark colouration, as found in El Salvador: The parotoid gland is prominently displayed on the side of the head.
Argentina, Brazil, El Salvador and Peru are examples of nations where this did not occur.
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Rhodnius prolixus is the principal vector in Colombia, Venezuela, Guatemala, Honduras and some parts of Nicaragua and El Salvador.
Lengthy Cold War-associated civil conflicts that ground to a halt include the wars of Guatemala ( 1960 – 1996 ), El Salvador ( 1979 – 1991 ) and Nicaragua ( 1970 – 1990 ).
Ronald Reagan, who had assumed the American presidency in January 1981, accused the Sandinistas of importing Cuban-style socialism and aiding leftist guerrillas in El Salvador.
The United States, which did not participate in the merits phase of the proceedings, maintained that the ICJ's power did not supersede the Constitution of the United States and argued that the court did not seriously consider the Nicaraguan role in El Salvador, while it accused Nicaragua of actively supporting armed groups there, specifically in the form of supply of arms.
** Ilopango Lake, El Salvador crater lake.
** El SalvadorCoatepeque Caldera, El Salvador crater lake.

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Operating budget for the day schools in the five counties of Dallas, Harris, Bexar, Tarrant and El Paso would be $451,500, which would be a savings of $157,460 yearly after the first year's capital outlay of $88,000 was absorbed, Parkhouse told the Senate.
He visited the ruins of Babylon and the subterranean secret of Memphis and spent ten years alone in the great southern desert of Arabia — the Roba El Khaliyeh or " Empty Space " of the ancients — and " Dahna " or " Crimson " desert of the modern Arabs, which is held to be inhabited by protective evil spirits and monsters of death.
Among many roles in his career, Arau has played " Captain Herrera ", a lieutenant of Federal general " Mapache ", in Sam Peckinpah's 1969 western, The Wild Bunch, chief bandit " El Guapo " in Three Amigos ( USA, 1986 ), a comedy with Martin Short, Steve Martin, and Chevy Chase, and the smuggler " Juan " in Romancing the Stone which starred Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner.
In particular, the chief Hebrew name for God in scholastic tradition, El, must be derived of a different Adamic name for God, which Dante gives as I.
Also, the old airfield at Rabasa was closed and air traffic moved to the new El Altet Airport, which made a more convenient and modern facility for charter flights bringing tourists from northern European countries.
In 1986, U. S. President Ronald Reagan ( who survived an assassination attempt himself ) ordered the Operation El Dorado Canyon air raid on Libya in which one of the primary targets was the home residence of Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi.
The rainforest was also greatly destroyed from the forest fires of 1997 to 1998, which were started by the locals to clear the forests for crops and perpetuated by an exceptionally dry El Niño season during that period.
In the Renaissance, Crete was the home of the Cretan School of icon painting, which influenced El Greco and through him subsequent European painting.
For example, at least one El Borak in which the protagonist infiltrates the City of the assassins was rewritten with Conan replacing Francis Xavier Gordon and a supernatural element added.
The final pandemic originated in 1961 in Indonesia and is marked by the emergence of a new strain, nicknamed El Tor, which still persists today in developing countries.
Their findings were published in a paper titled "' El Quijote ' como un sistema de distancias / tiempos: hacia la localización del lugar de la Mancha ", which was later published as a book: El enigma resuelto del Quijote.
While he was imprisoned at the El Modelo jail, just outside of Managua, he wrote poems, one of which he titled " I Never Saw Managua When Miniskirts Were in Fashion ".
Another summit was convened in Sharm El Sheik in early 2005, which was attended by Egypt, Israel, the Palestinian Authority and Jordan.
Ocean floor material is largely composed of basalt, which is relatively dense ; when it collides with the lighter granite rocks of Central America, the ocean floor is forced down under the land mass, creating the deep Middle America Trench that lies off the coast of El Salvador.
The westernmost group, near the Guatemalan border, contains Izalco and Santa Ana, which at 2, 365 meters is the highest volcano in El Salvador.
El Salvador has over 300 rivers, the most important of which is the Rio Lempa.
In 2011, El Salvador had a Gini Coefficient of. 485, which although similar to that of the United States, leaves 37. 8 % of the population below the poverty line, due to lower aggregate income.
Hurricane Mitch hit El Salvador in late October 1998, generating extreme rainfall of which caused widespread flooding and landslides.
As part of its military ties with El Salvador, the ROC sold T-65 Assault Rifles to El Salvador during the 1970s and 1980s, which are used by the National Civilian Police, and trained Salvadorian military officers during the civil war.

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