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Fernando Henrique, born 1931, president of Brazil 1995–2002.
Contemporary Examples

In his complaint, Doe states that UMass required him to submit questions to be asked of witnesses to Cardoso.
Is UMass-Amherst Biased Against Male Students in Title IX Assault Cases? Emily Shire August 17, 2014

Historical Examples

The train has pulled up at Cardoso now, the centre of a district that is considerably more populous than the majority.
Uruguay W. H. Koebel

Cardoso was a man of enterprise, and successful in his undertakings, but cruel.
The Strange Adventures of Andrew Battell Andrew Battell

Cheese-making is still the staple trade of Cardoso, and the district is not a little famed for the art.
Uruguay W. H. Koebel

At last Cardoso was stabbed by his nephew, who believed that he had been cheated by him .
History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6) Heinrich Graetz

Fernando Henrique. born 1931, Brazilian statesman; president (1995–2002)


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