Synonyms for asensi or Related words with asensi

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Examples of "asensi"
Matilde Asensi Carratalá (born 1962) is a Spanish journalist and writer, specialised mainly in historical novels.
Julia de Asensi (1859–1921) was a Spanish journalist, translator and writer.
The film is about a psychopathic housewife named Azucena (Neus Asensi) intent on killing her husband (Antonio Resines).
Maria dels Àngels Asensio i Liñán known as Neus Asensi (Barcelona, 4 August 1965) is a Spanish actress.
Juan Manuel Asensi Ripoll (born 23 September 1949) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
Antonio Andreu Asensi (born January 1, 1947) is a former Spanish handball player who competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics.
48.Campos LC, Lobianco LF, Seki LM, Santos RM, Asensi MD. Outbreak of Enterobacter hormaechei septicaemia in newborns caused by contaminated parenteral nutrition in Brazil. J. Hosp. Infect.66(1),95–97 (2007).
Asensi was picked for the squads at the 1978 World Cup and UEFA Euro 1980 – his last international was played in the latter competition, also against Belgium (and also 1–2 defeat) – and also competed at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Manuel Rangel, Eusebio Martínez, Juan Manuel Asensi 11 goals, Juan Manuel Borbolla 7 goals, C. S. Idigoras 12 goals, Juan Alvarado 1 goal, Muricy Ramalho 11 goals and coached by Leonel Urbina.
Alex "sosoman" Asensi is also a great photographer of this alternative sport, in fact he took pictures in all tournaments that he has participated. You can see his photos in the official website of "Pingpongo Norge"
After retiring he took the up coaching. In 1984, he founded a football youth school in Barcelona, TARR Escuela, which is named after the initials of its four founders, all former players of Barcelona: Torres, Asensi, Rexach and Rifé.
François Asensi (born June 1, 1945 in Santander) is a member of the National Assembly of France. He represents the Seine-Saint-Denis department, and is a member of the "Gauche démocrate et républicaine".
She played the lead in prestigious producer Pyrene's documentary programme Vinoleum dedicated to Caroig Massif, with photography and texts by Manuel Asensi and music by Joan Manuel Serrat and L’Ham de Foc.
Its debuted as a record label in 1984 with four maxi-singles that appeared simultaneously: the synthpop band Programa, Javier Asensi, pop group Oslo, and hard-rock artist Rockson.
Asensi represented Spain 41 times, scoring seven goals. His debut came on 23 February 1969 in a 1–2 loss against Belgium for the 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification, as the country did not make it to the final stages.
His great physical strength allowed him to dominate Spanish football during the 1940s. Along with Epi, Amadeo, Asensi and Gorostiza, he formed an electric front line that transformed Valencia FC into a winning team.
After only ten matches in the 1980–81 season, but 484 competitive appearances with 124 goals, 32-year-old Asensi moved to Mexico where he would play until his retirement in 1983. He had two brief spells at coaching, with "Barça"'s youth sides and lowly Orihuela CF.
Alex Asensi (born February 9, 1984 in Valencia), is a Photographer and distinguished Pingpongo player in Norway. He has won four official Pingpongo tournaments in Oslo finishing the season 2013-2015 as the top leader of the Norwegian Ranking. He has also finished the season 2014-2015 as the number 2 of the World Biennial Ranking. He played 28 matches winning 24 of them.
Two Members of Parliament, Jacqueline Fraysse and François Asensi, both former communists who left the French Communist Party in 2010, were, until it was dissolved in 2015, members of the FASE, one of the original constituent groups of Ensemble. An unknown number of local elected officials (including Mayors) and councillors are also members or associates of Ensemble.
In 1996, Jacques Chirac, then French President, granted the former French members of the International Brigades the legal status of former service personnel ("anciens combattants") following the request of two French communist Members of Parliament, Lefort and Asensi, both children of volunteers. Before 1996, the same request was turned down several times including by François Mitterrand, the former Socialist President.