[ US /ˈsæntoʊs/ ]
  1. a port city in southwestern Brazil on an offshore island near Sao Paulo
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  • Up to 30,000 government soldiers and an equal number of UNITA troops are set to be 'quartered' as part of the peace agreement signed by Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos and UNITA leader Jonas Savimbi in November 1994. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • At the beginning of the party, at least, a young, fashionable partygoer named Nicolette Santos was dancing in front of the pit for a camera crew from a local television station and a few of the photographers covering the event. Contours, Culture and Cocktails
  • Despite taking the first game, Luo found it hard to cope with Santoso's fast paced game in the decider.
  • Composed of hundreds of ephemeral objects, from sugar cookies to vials of cheap perfume to devotional candles, popular santos, kitschy trinkets and cans of Goya beans, ‘Infinito Botanica’ is a vast still life.
  • The desire of death will not always lead you to death but the fear of death will. Santosh Kalwar 
  • Despite the problems, the governments of both Uribe and Santos have called the demobilization program a success. The Seattle Times
  • Hispanic creators of santos - carved and painted depictions of the Catholic saints - displayed their work at San Felipe Cathedral in Old Town.
  • In the hardcover category: Dan Dos Santos is up for his cover for Mike Resnick's Stalking the Vampire (wonderful design by Nicole Sommer-Lecht). 2009 Chesley Award Nominations
  • YUNIEL GAMBOA, SANTOS: "They played better than us," says Yuniel from the Santos. CNN Transcript Aug 16, 2008
  • Never stop just because you feel defeated. The journey to the other side is attainable only after great suffering. Santosh Kalwar 
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