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WOULD TAKE HIS CLASS AGAIN (16) PARTICIPATION MATTERS (2) RESPECTED BY STUDENTS (4) INSPIRATIONAL (8) EXCELLENT CLASSES (15) SUPPORTIVE (9) MANDATORY ATTENDANCE (2) VERY FUNNY (1) GIVES GOOD FEEDBACK (5) GIVES POP QUIZZES (1) BE PREPARED TO READ (1) CLEAR GRADING ASPECTS (4) TESTS ARE HARD (1)
TRUTH: The professor is very good at explaining and has great notes to study for the exam. However, two points against him are the timetable which can make his class a bit heavy and the fact that he misses several times.
She wants you to understand the concepts and is excellent at explaining the theory. If you don’t understand in class you can seek him out during off hours. Monopoly. He uses very creative examples and his class is very enjoyable.
Paco is an excellent teacher. He puts a lot of enthusiasm into his classes and wants everyone to be as passionate as he is (which he is). His exams are not difficult if you understood what the readings were talking about. He is very objective with the grading, I recommend participating in all classes.
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The acts began with a formation of honors in the Plaza de Weyler of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and then, in the Throne Room of the Palacio de Capitanía, the ceremony of Taking of Office and Oath of Office took place.
The ceremony was attended by civilian and military authorities, including the Government Delegate Ms. Mercedes Roldós Caballero, the Chief Prosecutor of the High Court of Justice of the Canary Islands Mr. Vicente Máximo Garrido García and the President of the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife Mr. Carlos Enrique Alonso Rodríguez, among other authorities, as well as family and friends.
Felipe Varela spent his childhood with his parents Javier Varela and Isabel Reartes in a house located in the town of Guandacol, in the province of La Rioja, where he studied formally and at the same time was introduced to the world of arms. He married Trinidad Castillo, daughter of Caudillo Pedro Pascual Castillo, who was a friend of his father. He fought against the government of Juan Manuel de Rosas in the 1840s. The persecution of the governor of Buenos Aires led him to exile in Chile, where he joined the Chilean army in the revolution of 1851. After the fall of Rosas in 1852 he returned to Argentina and joined the army of the confederation.
After noticing the unpopularity of the Paraguayan war, he liquidated his possessions to equip a couple of battalions of exiles and Chilean fighters who supported his cause, deciding to return to his country at the end of 1866, favored by the Revolución de los Colorados. Varela marched on Argentine territory flying the flag with the slogan “Federation or Death”. On December 10, 1866 in the province of San Juan he launched his revolutionary proclamation.
“Palo a palo”; this is how all the sources consulted define the internal contest that Juntos por el Cambio of the province of Córdoba will have on September 12, between the lists headed by Mario Negri and the one led by Luis Juez.
Although the PASO will also have two other lists (one headed by Javier Bee Sellares and the other by Dante Rossi), both Negri and Juez are in the lead in the contest that will define who will fight for the Senate seats in November, and the final preparation of the list of deputies, which everyone assumes will be intercalated. In the anti-Kirchnerist bastion par excellence, JxC seeks to retain the two senatorial seats and at least keep the five deputies that it puts at stake without losing the expectation of adding one more deputy. This will depend on the performance of the Frente de Todos y Hacemos por Córdoba, the electoral front led by Governor Juan Schiaretti.
The gesture fell badly at the time, especially because there were months left for the closing of the lists, but now the scenario is different and it was well received by Negri’s sector, taking into account that the election will be defined by the details.