Synonyms for agostinelli or Related words with agostinelli

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Examples of "agostinelli"
Andrea Agostinelli (born 20 April 1957) is an Italian retired footballer and coach. He played as midfielder. Agostinelli currently works as head coach of KF Skënderbeu Korçë.
Matthew Agostinelli, Diamond Valley Learning Centre
Agostinelli is a friend of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and former Spanish Prime Minister José Aznar. In 2007 President Sarkozy admitted to "Le Monde" that Agostinelli, his wife and another family had paid the $60,000 per week fee on a luxury villa for him and his family during his 2006 holiday to the United States. Agostinelli has often been seen jogging with Sarkozy.
Agostinelli has remained with the Phillies organization since his playing career concluded.
Outside of his work with the Phillies, he runs Sal Agostinelli Baseball Training in Long Island.
Bruno Agostinelli Jr. (1 April 1987 – 9 March 2016) was a Canadian professional tennis player.
Agostinelli has four children and collects wine and art. Agostinelli counts Nicolas Sarkozy, George W. Bush, Jeb Bush and José María Aznar as close friends. While based between New York City and Palm Beach, he maintains additional homes in London and Paris, all of which are interior designed by Jacques Grange. In 2014 Agostinelli reportedly purchased the first landmarked estate in Palm Beach known as "La Loma" built by Gustav Maass and John Volk, which was on the market for $14.5 million through Sotheby's International Realty and sold for $12 million. According to the Sunday Times Rich List 2015, Agostinelli is 'building a home on Henley-on-Thames'.
He is a senior member of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation led by the American Patriots Campaign Cabinet, and a senior board director on the American Italian Cancer Foundation. Agostinelli is on the board of directors of the National Review Institute and the American Veterans Center Agostinelli is known for writing articles in the "Wall Street Journal" and "The Washington Times" on various political, economic and social issues. Agostinelli was listed in 1997 as a member of the Bilderberg Group.
Franco Agostinelli was ordained a priest on 9 June 1968 after studying at the seminary of Arezzo.
Alejandro César Agostinelli (born April 29, 1963 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine writer, journalist, screenwriter and TV producer.
Son of Mirtha Esther Zamudio —a social psychologist and co-founder of the "Escuela de Psicología de Buenos Aires", directed by Alfred Moffat— and of Jorge Agostinelli, Alejandro Agostinelli attended elementary school at the "Escuela Normal" Nº 10 Luis M. Cullen and highschool at the "Colegio Industrial Ingeniero Luis A. Huergo" ENET Nº 9.
Agostinelli was born to Italian immigrant parents outside of Rochester, New York, and attended the Aquinas Institute. He obtained his BA from St. John Fisher College in 1976 and then attended Columbia University where he received his MBA, graduated with highest honours in 1981 and sits on the Alumni Board, he returns regularly to give speeches. Agostinelli is a certified public accountant.
Polansky teamed up with Bruno Agostinelli and this pair lost in the first round too. They were eliminated by Pierre-Ludovic Duclos and Alexandre Kudryavtsev.
After he left Editorial Perfil (2007), Agostinelli wrote for the magazines "Pensar", published by the Center for Inquiry (CFI), "El Escéptico", "Veintitrés", "Newsweek Argentina" and "Bacanal", among others.
The Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei in Italy gave him their 2001 Cataldo e Angiola Agostinelli Prize, an annual prize in pure and applied mathematics and mathematical physics.
In his 10-year career, Agostinelli hit .245 with 433 hits, 3 home runs, 191 RBI, 53 stolen bases, 226 walks and 153 strikeouts in 657 games.
Franco Agostinelli (born 1 January 1944) is an Italian prelate and the current Bishop of Prato. He previously served as Bishop of Grosseto.
Agostinelli began his career in financial services at the investment bank Jacob Rothschild in Switzerland from 1981 to 1982 and then joined Goldman Sachs and became a senior partner where he worked for five years and founded the firm's international mergers and acquisitions business in London and then while at Lazard Freres he was involved in a number of the largest transactions in European takeover history. In 1995 Agostinelli and Steven Langman started their own firm, the Rhône Group.
Robert Frank Agostinelli (born May 21, 1953) is an Italian American self made billionaire financier who is the chairman and co-founder of private equity firm Rhône Group. Forbes estimates Agostinelli's net worth to be $1.0 billion, ranking him as the 416th richest American. Agostinelli was ranked #124 amongst the richest people in the United Kingdom by the Sunday Times Rich List in 2012 through to 2015 with a net worth of £675 million.
Piacenza Calcio were relegated in the second season in the top echeleon of Italian football. Coach Andrea Agostinelli was soon sacked, but Luigi Cagni could not save Piacenza from going down.