Synonyms for ejecutiva or Related words with ejecutiva

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Examples of "ejecutiva"
Girjet (Gestión Aérea Ejecutiva, SL) was an airline based in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It operated charter services. Its base was Barcelona International Airport.
As anchor of Agenda Ejecutiva, Vélez traveled to Argentina, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Panama, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador and the United Kingdom.
In the modern era, architectural styles have evolved into new and sometimes eclectic forms. Skyscrapers, almost all of which are in the city of Puebla, include Edificio Vacas at 42 meters high, Torre Géminis at 50 meters high, Torre Nora at 69 meters high to the tallest, Torre Ejecutiva JVI and Torre Ejecutiva JVI at 100 meters high each. These last two have a triangular shape and are covered in blue tinged glass.
After retiring from football, Valencia worked for the Comisión Ejecutiva Hidroeléctrica del Río Lempa (CEL) for more than 30 years. He still remained active with the El Salvador national team and C.D. FAS.
Executive Tower (Spanish: Torre Ejecutiva) the name of the working place of the President of Uruguay. The original project was started in 1965 as a future Palace of Justice, but the 1973 coup d'état interrupted it.
Vélez joined CNN International from sister network CNN en Español (CNNE), where he anchored various programs as well as Agenda Ejecutiva, the network’s monthly show for business travelers. He joined CNNE as Senior Business Producer.
In El Salvador, one government-owned company, Etesal ("Empresa Transmisora de El Salvador"), which was constituted in 1999 after the restructuring of CEL ("Comisión Ejecutiva Hidroeléctrica del Río Lempa"), is responsible for the maintenance and expansion of the transmission system.
No further progress was reached during President Luis Echeverría's government, but during José López Portillo's administration, a second stage began; the Comisión Ejecutiva del Metro (Executive Technical Commission of Mexico City Metro) was created in order to be in charge of expanding the STC Metro within the metropolitan area of Mexico City.
La Torre Ejecutiva, better known as the La Torre HSBC, was constructed at a cost of 146 million USD in the colonia on Paseo de la Reforma overlooking the Angel de la Independencia. It was completed and occupied in 2006. The building has a LEED certification, which means that is it environmentally friendly, using technology to cut needs for water and electricity.
After the restoration of democracy in 1985, president Julio María Sanguinetti moved the seat of the Executive Power to the Liberty Building, which had served before as the Ministry of Defence. During the government of Tabaré Vázquez the seat was moved to the Torre Ejecutiva, which is next to the Estévez Palace.
The Torre Ejecutiva Pemex remained the tallest building in Mexico for almost 20 years, until August 2003, when the 55-story Torre Mayor was completed only half a mile away. Currently, the Torre Pemex is the third tallest building in Mexico, and the second tallest in Mexico City. The tower is currently occupied by approximately 7,000 Pemex employees.
At present (2015), no trains are operated in El Salvador. The national railroad corporation is FENADESAL (Ferrocarriles Nacionales de El Salvador), a division of CEPA (Comisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma, port authority). It oversees 554.8 km of all disused narrow gauge lines connecting major cities (San Salvador, Santa Ana, Acajutla, Sonsonate, Soyapango, Zacatecoluca) and formerly linked with Guatemala railroads at Anguiatú.
Investigations into the accident have discovered several issues with the Mexican government's use of private contractors as pilots of government aircraft, especially important in cases such as this, when the passengers are high-level officials. Aviación Ejecutiva SA de CV is a company based in Toluca that currently holds the contract with the Mexican Federal government to provide services of maintenance and pilots for the federal airline fleet.
The Torre Latinoamericana was Mexico City's tallest building from 1956, when it was built, until the 1984 completion of the Torre Ejecutiva Pemex, which is 22 m higher (although, if one subtracts the height of the television transmitter atop the Torre Latinoamericana, it had already been surpassed in 1972 by the 207 m-tall Hotel de México, which was subsequently remodelled and turned into the World Trade Center Mexico City). It is situated on the corner of the Eje Central and Madero Street.
After watching the first episode, television critic Javier Santamaría stated that the telenovela is similar to other Caracol TV series such as "Nuevo rico nuevo pobre" and "Clase ejecutiva" and that it does not have anything "special;" he criticizes Argentine actor Martín Karpan but praises Espinosa for his "commitment and energy." Days later, his perception of the telenovela improved, praising its incidental music and stating that, since it is a comedy, it is "unavoidable" to see "caricatured characters."
Centuries-old structures have been reinforced across the city and new construction must comply with very strict codes. There are several instances of tall buildings in Mexico City incorporating earthquake-resistant engineering. A few notable examples are: the Torre Latinoamericana, one of the first buildings in Mexico City to do so, the Torre Ejecutiva Pemex, built before the 1985 earthquake, and the Torre Mayor, built in 2003.
Idáliz Escalante Baquero was born on April 14, 1973 in Caguas, Puerto Rico. She is an Author, Neurocoach and Lecturer. Her first written work has the title of; Program for Success, followed by the book: The Secret for Manifestation of Your Dreams("El Secreto para la Manifestación de tus Sueños"). Today is the Founder and Executive Director of "Directora Ejecutiva de Mujer Empresaria de Hoy, Inc."(Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico), which began in January 2008 for Latina businesswomen in America.
On January 31, 2013, a powerful explosion rocked the tower, claiming 37 lives and injuring approximately 126. The explosion is believed to have occurred in the basement of the building's link to an adjacent building (which took the most damage). A gas leak and following accumulation ignited by sparks is believed to be the cause of the explosion. Employees said that the Torre Ejecutiva swayed and vibrated for a few seconds.
Given the seismic activity in Mexico City, the building was equipped with security measures including 40 seismic dampers. It is anchored to the ground with 195 concrete piles which penetrate 60 meters into the old swampy landfill of Mexico City. After the two strongest earthquakes in Mexico City, both the 1957 Guerrero earthquake and the 1985 Mexico earthquake, it is considered one of the safest skyscraper in the world along with Torre Mayor, Torre Ejecutiva Pemex, World Trade Center Mexico City, Torre Latinoamericana (Latin American Tower), HSBC Towe, Edificio Reforma Avantel, St. Regis Hotel & Residences and Torre Insignia.
At the end of the decade of the 1980s, the building was equipped with an intelligent building system, which controls the lighting using a system called B3, also used at Torre Mayor, Torre Ejecutiva Pemex, Mexico World Trade Center, Torre Altus, Arcos Bosques Tower 1 and 2, Torre Latinoamericana, Edificio Reforma 222 Torre 1, Haus Santa Fe, Edificio Reforma Avantel, Residencial del Bosque 1 and 2, Reforma 222 Financial Center, HSBC Tower, Panorama Santa Fe, Santa Fe City Tower Amsterdam, Santa Fe Pads, St. Regis Hotel & Residences, and Torre Lomas. It is located just meters from the Historic Center of Mexico City, the New Tower of Tlatelolco, the Alameda Central.