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CUBAClub Universitario de Buenos Aires (amateur rugby club)
CUBAChinese University Basketball Association
CUBACitizens United for the Bush Agenda (now Citizens United; Washington, DC)
CUBACircular Uniform Beam Array
CUBACollege and University Business Association
CUBACommutative, Unital Banach Algebra
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Cuba definitely got more than he bargained for, though, as he has gotten thousands of cards-and continues to-since the post was made, as per various reports.
She congratulates Cuban Nation on auspicious occasion and said Cuba under the great leadership of Fidel Castro stood equal to the challenges of maintaining their independence and sovereignty.
"Honoured to begin my state visit to Cuba by paying homage to Fidel Castro in Santiago de Cuba.
He says the people of Cuba are proud of the legacy of the heroes of the struggles for independence and faithful to the thought of the historical leader of the Revolution the late Fidel Castro.
Based in Miami, Royal Caribbean Cruises (RLC) said it would send Royal Caribbean and Azamara Club Cruises ships to Cuba. The company didn't specify which ships in the Royal Caribbean catalog would be the first to dock in Havana, although in the past RLC (http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/cruises/2016/05/23/royal-caribbean-cuba-cruise/84787332/) said the 2,020-passenger Empress of the Seas would most likely be the ship used for Cuban voyages.
Touching down in Birmingham from November 1-5, Vamos Cuba! brings together the best of classic and contemporary Latin-American dance styles, from salsa, rumba and cha-chacha to reggaeton.
He said that Pakistan and Cuba have very close ties which will be further strengthened with the upcoming visit of the high level Senate delegation to Cuba during the first week of November to be led by the Chairman Senate.
Thomas Jefferson opined in 1820 that the US "ought, at the first possible opportunity, to take Cuba." It finally did so in 1898, when the US intervened in a Cuban rebellion against Spain to assert effective US economic and political hegemony over the island.
Williams spoke during a news conference at the Capital Hotel in Little Rock to launch an "Engage Cuba" state council in Arkansas.
With Havana a mere 90 miles from the Florida Keys, American meddling in Cuba has been incessant.
officials have worked to reopen Cuba to the United States with direct-flight agreements and the first direct mail delivery to the country, just last week.