Synonyms for aranguren or Related words with aranguren

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Examples of "aranguren"
Francisco Gárate Aranguren was born on 3 February 1857 in the Kingdom of Spain as the second of seven brothers to Francisco and Maria Aranguren. He was born near the basilica where Saint Ignatius was born.
139) Recensione a J. Aranguren, Sociologia della comunicazione, Milano, 1967, ibidem, pp. 133–135.
Aranguren is a village and municipality in Entre Ríos Province in north-eastern Argentina.
Martín Alund / Juan-Martín Aranguren def. Cristóbal Saavedra-Corvalán / Guillermo Rivera-Aránguiz, 6–4, 6–4
Oleksandr Dolgopolov Jr. defeated Juan-Martín Aranguren 7–5, 7–6(5) in the final.
Diego Álvarez / Juan-Martín Aranguren def. Henri Laaksonen / Philipp Oswald, 6–4, 4–6, [10–2]
Diego Álvarez and Juan-Martín Aranguren were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Oleksandr Dolgopolov Jr. def. Juan-Martín Aranguren, 7–5, 7–6(5)
Juan Martín Aranguren (born 10 July 1983,) is an Argentine professional tennis player.
Jesús 'Txutxi' Aranguren Merino (26 December 1944 – 21 March 2011) was a Spanish football defender and coach.
Aranguren is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarre, northern Spain.
José Julián de Aranguren (16 February 1801 – 18 April 1861) was a Spanish archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church.
Aranguren partnered with Sebastián Decoud, but they lost to Ricardo Hocevar and João Souza in the quarterfinal.
Martín Alund and Juan-Martín Aranguren were the champions in 2009 but decided not to participate.
Juan José Aranguren is an Argentine businessman. He serves as Minister of Energy for president Mauricio Macri.
Juan-Martín Aranguren and Franco Ferreiro were the defending champions, but they chose to not compete together.
Ronald Alejandro Vargas Aranguren (born 2 December 1986) is a Venezuelan footballer who plays as a forward for AEK Athens
José María Orúe Aranguren (17 March 1931 – 30 June 2007) was a Spanish footballer who played as a right back.
Loyalist General of the Guardia Civil José Aranguren, commander of the 4th Organic Division and Military Governor of Valencia, was arrested by the victorious Francoist troops when they entered the city of Valencia at the end of March 1939. After being court-martialed General José Aranguren was given the death penalty and was summarily executed on 22 April in the same year.
Blessed Francisco Gárate Aranguren (3 February 1857 - 9 September 1929) was a Spanish Roman Catholic professed religious of the Jesuit order. Aranguren served as an nurse after receiving his qualification in 1877 and became noted for his encouragement and his tender care to the needs of students in his care.