David Marrero Birthday, Date of Birth

David Marrero

David Marrero Santana (Spanish pronunciation: [daˈβið maˈreɾo sanˈtana]; born 8 April 1980, in Las Palmas, Spain) is a professional tennis player from Spain. He has achieved most of his success in doubles, winning 9 titles and reaching a career-high doubles ranking of World No. 5 in November 2013.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, April 8, 1980
Place of Birth
Las Palmas
Age
41
Star Sign

The April 8, 1980 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 98 day of the year. President of the United States was Jimmy Carter.

If you were born on this day, you are 41 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, April 8, 2021, 5 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, April 8, 2022, in 359 days. You have lived for 14,980 days, or about 359,523 hours, or about 21,571,397 minutes, or about 1,294,283,843 seconds.

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8th of April 1980 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on April 8, 1980

Peru's Army Holds a Press Ally Who Turned Critic

Date: 08 April 1980

By JUAN de ONIS Special to The New York Times

Juan de ONIS

Augusto Zimmerman Zavala, a Peruvian journalist who once advised armed forces on how to control the press, is now a prisoner of army; Zimmerman has been in detention since Feb 8 when he was arrested and taken before a military court for trial on charges of inciting a revolt by Peru's national police, known as Civil Guard, against their officers; charges grew out of a campaign against corruption in high ranks in police and military by Zimmerman's political weekly Kausachum weekly has continued publishing attacks on Pres Francisco Morales Bermudez, Interior Min Gen Fernando Velit and Gen Humberto Passano, commander of Civil Guard (M)

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News Summary; Transit Strike International National Metropolitan

Date: 08 April 1980

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News Summary; Transit Strike International National Metropolitan

Date: 09 April 1980

illustration of Sadat and Carter in White House Rose Garden

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Chorus: Fisk U. Singers; $20,000 Award Is Set Up For Best News Programs

Date: 08 April 1980

By PETER G. DAVIS

Peter DAVIS

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Dean Osborn Elliot announces $20,000 award for best independently produced news or public-affairs program; award is largest ever offered in broadcast journalism (S)

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New Territory For Industry; News Analysis Implications of Phone Ruling

Date: 09 April 1980

By PETER J. SCHUYTEN

Peter SCHUYTEN

analysis of FCC decision; main points of ruling are: AT&T is free to enter data processing business; price of terminal equipment will no longer be determined by regulated tariffs but rather by free market forces; both Bell System and General Telephone & Electronics Corp must maintain arm's-length subsidiaries to market customer equipment; distinction between data processing and telecommunications will disappear; FCC decision has set off waves of uncertainty in both Justice Department and industry itself; commenting are Dale Hatfield (National Telecommunications and Information Administration), Steven G Chrust (Sanford C Bernstein Inc) and James T Olsen (AT&T); illus (M)

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Carter's About-Face: The Tough Approach; News Analysis Most Callers Approve 'Turning the Screws'

Date: 09 April 1980

By BERNARD GWERTZMAN Special to The New York Times

Bernard Special

analysis: Carter Administration, after failing to win release of American hostages through quiet diplomacy, has announced new economic and political sanctions against Iran (M)

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M.T.A. Productivity Goals Form Key Issue; News Analysis Union Stewards Criticized M.T.A. Productivity Goals a Key Issue Imperatives for M.T.A.

Date: 08 April 1980

By WILLIAM SERRIN

William SERRIN

analysis: major issue is argument over what MTA generally calls 'productivity demands' and what TWU calls 'givebacks' (M)

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A Transit Worker and 'Tough Times'; Pedro Juan Ocasio Man in the News 'Have to Stay Together' All Seeking to Get Ahead A Home Away From Noise

Date: 09 April 1980

By WILLIAM SERRIN

William SERRIN

Man in the News article on Pedro Juan Ocasio, striking transit worker; Ocasio comments; illus (M)

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COMMODITIES Tension Over Iran News Spurs Gold Futures Rise; Spot Platinum Contract Up $27 Interest-Rate Futures Show Gains

Date: 08 April 1980

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News of the Theater 'The Sound of Music' Returning to Jones Beach; Sweet Times for 'Babies' Who's Sitting Where? Eat Your Heart Out 'Much Ado' at Juilliard From All Over

Date: 09 April 1980

By JOHN CORRY

John CORRY

Sugar Babies (Play): Musical Sugar Babies, which grossed $251,645, breaks Mark Hellinger Theater record for 3d week in a row, despite NYC transit strike (S)

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