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Examples of "exposito"
Exposito was designated for assignment on April 30, 2013.
On April 17, 2012, Exposito was claimed off waivers by the Baltimore Orioles. To make room for Exposito on the 40-man roster, the Orioles designated infielder Josh Bell for assignment.
Exposito spent his season playing for the Portland Sea Dogs leading the team with 94 RBI.
11/19/10-Called up Luis Exposito from Portland Sea Dogs.
by Guisan, M.C. & Aguayo, E. & Exposito, P. (Vol.1-1, 2001)AEID articles
Exposito was drafted by the Red Sox in the 31st round of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft.
On June 8, 2011, Exposito was called up to the Red Sox as insurance after starting catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia became ill; he filled the roster spot of Bobby Jenks, who was placed on the disabled list. Exposito was optioned to Pawtucket two days later without appearing in a game.
McCaskill was married to David Exposito, with whom she had three children. The couple divorced in 1995, after 11 years of marriage, while McCaskill was Jackson County Prosecutor. David Exposito was found murdered in Kansas City, Kansas on December 12, 2005. Exposito's murder has never been solved.
Luis Exposito (born January 20, 1987) is an American former professional baseball catcher. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Baltimore Orioles in 2012.
Bart Exposito (born 1970, Texas, US) is an artist based in Los Angeles. He paints geometric images in a graphic design style.
On April 17, 2012. the Orioles designated Bell for assignment in a move that would make room for catcher Luis Exposito on the 40-man roster.
Juan competed at the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, Australia. He competed in the high jump and long jump and won a silver medal in the T20 100m behind compatriot José António Exposito and won the T20 400m gold medal.
Exposito signed a minor league contract with the Detroit Tigers on January 9, 2014, and was assigned to AAA Toledo Mud Hens, playing for them in 29 games. On June 11, 2014 he was released by the Detroit Tigers and signed a minor league deal with Oakland Athletics on June 25, 2014, playing in 19 games for the AAA Sacramento River Cats. On August 3, 2014 he was released by the Oakland Athletics. Exposito signed with the Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball for the 2016 season, but instead announced his retirement on April 8, 2016.
"NME" listed the album as one of "20 Emo Albums That Have Resolutely Stood The Test Of Time". In Rolling Stone's list of the 40 greatest emo albums of all time, the album came in 7th, with Suzy Exposito writing that the album was "a significant blueprint for dozens of emo and post-hardcore acts to follow."
Thomas Solomon Gallery focuses on contemporary art by established as well as emerging artists with a roster of artists that includes Robert Barry, Juan Capistran, Bart Exposito, Peter Harkawik, Robert Levine, Josh Mannis, Dennis Oppenheim, Ry Rocklen, Miljohn Ruperto, Analia Saban, Mitchell Syrop, and Rosha Yaghmai. Additional exhibitions featured the work of Gordon Matta-Clark and Nam June Paik.
Former Chief Miguel A. Exposito has criticized the latest investigation of the Miami Police Department by the US Justice Department(DOJ), labeling it as slipshod and as a hatchet job against the agency. Among his criticisms was the intentional or negligent failure on the part of DOJ investigators to interview both he and former Chief John F. Timoney, who were the department's directors during the time-frame analyzed in the DOJ probe, this despite the fact that he had formally notified DOJ that he possessed information crucial to the outcome of the investigation and of his willingness to cooperate fully with investigators. Chief Exposito also criticized the Justice Department's final report as being vague, lacking substance and riddled with substantial inaccuracies, omissions and baseless conclusions. The former chief described many of DOJ's findings as nothing more than opinions and innuendoes. Chief Exposito concluded his rebuttal by stating, "By employing a partisan, distorted and myopic approach, coupled with unprofessional and unorthodox investigative practices, the Justice Department has done a great disservice to the law-abiding people of Miami, the men and women in law enforcement, and even the families of the decedents, who I trust were anticipating that DOJ would provide objective conclusions based on honest assessments and factual data."
A concert in Willis's Rooms in which he played Beethoven's Violin Sonata Op. 96 in G major, accompanied by the pianist Lindsay Sloper, was reviewed: "Beethoven's grand sonata was finely played... Mr. Dando is a powerful exposito of the large school of violin compositions. He is a thoroughly classic performer, surpassed by few in his interpretation of such music as that of Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Spohr."
Exposito in Matthaeum Evangelistam ("Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew") is a work by the ninth-century Benedictine monk Christian of Stavelot. As its name implies, it is a commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. In the preface, Christian promised to produce commentaries on the other gospels, but wrote only two brief works on the Gospel of John and the Gospel of Luke, neither of which is as comprehensive or complete.
He professed a profound knowledge of the Chinese language and literature, and was a collaborator in the major work: "Confucius, Sinarium Philosophus, sive Scientia Sinensis latina exposito studio et operâ Properi Intorcetta, Christiani Herdtrich, Francisci Rougemont, Philippi Couplet, PP. Soc. Jesu" (Paris, 1778). This earliest translation and elucidation gave European scholars their first insight into the teachings of Confucius. Herdtrich was also the author of a large Chinese-Latin dictionary ("Wentse-Ko"), probably one of the first of its kind.
He wrote a compendium in two volumes of the "Institutiones Theologiæ Theoreticæ" which was published at Turin in 1868. The last edition of the larger work, corrected and amended by Father Gottfried of Graun, was published at Innsbruck in 1893. Knoll's "Exposito Regulæ Fratrum Minorum", a treatise on the obligations of the Franciscan rule, has been commended as a faithful interpretation of the spirit of Francis of Assisi.