Synonyms for ayala or Related words with ayala

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Examples of "ayala"
Pedro Ayala married Esperanza Benitez in 1935. They had a total of nine children three of which also played instruments. Hector Ayala, Elia Ayala, Pedro Ayala Jr., Anita Ayala, Ramon Ayala, Pedro Ayala Jr. (Quito), Olga Ayala, Magdalena Ayala, and Emilio Ayala.
Los Hermanos Ayala was an American conjunto group from South Texas. Sons to Pedro Ayala El Monarca del Acordeon, Los Hermanos Ayala consisted of Pedro Ayala Jr., Ramon Ayala, and Emilio Ayala.
Tony Ayala Jr. assisted his brothers, Paulie Ayala, Mike Ayala and Sammy Ayala, in the running of the Zarzamora Street Gym in San Antonio, following his father's death.
Ayala was born in San Antonio, Texas. Tony is the brother of former boxers Mike Ayala, Sammy Ayala and the son of trainer Tony Ayala, Sr.
Ayala Westgrove Heights was founded by Ayala Land in 1998.
Ayala Land subsidiaries like Ayala Premier, Alveo, Avida and Amaia Land all have existing residential concept projects in the estate. Ayala Premier is the pioneer developer, which placed Ayala North Point in the prime use map in the Visayas.
In 2004, Ayala left McKinsey to become the President and CEO of Ayala Land, the largest property developer in the Philippines. Jim Ayala is not related to the Zobel de Ayala family that controls the developer. During Jim Ayala's five years as CEO, Ayala Land experienced a 130% growth in revenue and an 80% growth in earnings. Ayala Land also launched the cities of Bonifacio Global City in Taguig and Nuvali in Santa Rosa under his leadership. During this time, Jim Ayala was added to the Ayala Foundation Board of Trustees. In 2009, he became the Senior Managing Director of Ayala Corporation.
Antonio Ayala Jr. (February 13, 1963 – May 12, 2015) was an American boxer who fought in the light middleweight division. He began his professional career in 1980, and by 1982 he had compiled a record of 22 wins and no losses, with 19 knockouts. Ayala had three brothers who were boxers, Mike Ayala , Sammy Ayala and Paulie Ayala
Ayala Malls is a real-estate subsidiary of Ayala Land, an affiliate of Ayala Corporation. Founded in 1988, Ayala Malls own a chain of large shopping malls, all located in the Philippines. Ayala Malls is the one of the largest shopping mall retailer in the Philippines, along with SM Supermalls and Robinsons Malls.
Soriano was born on May 3, 1926 to Andrés Soriano, Sr. and Carmen Montemar. He was a great grandson of Pedro Pablo Róxas and Carmen Róxas de Ayala (daughter of Antonio de Ayala and Doña Margarita Róxas, progenitors of the prominent Róxas de Ayala and Zóbel de Ayala clans). Soriano was a third cousin of Enrique J. Zóbel and Jaime Zóbel de Ayala.
Peter had a daughter with Teresa de Ayala, a niece of Pero Lopez de Ayala:
The Zóbel de Ayala clan is a Spanish Filipino business family with Spanish and German ancestry, who were the founders of Ayala y Compañía (now Ayala Corporation) and patrons of the Premio Zóbel literary awards. The clan is directly descended from Jacobo Zóbel y Zangroniz (1842-1896) and Trinidad de Ayala (1856-1918). Ayala y Compañía (established in 1876) traces its origins to Casa Róxas, a business partnership established in 1834 between Domingo Róxas (1792-1843) and Antonio de Ayala (1803-1876).
1924: Eligio Ayala elected, followed by Luis Alberto Riart, then again by Eligio Ayala.
In 1968, Ayala y Compañia shifted from a partnership to a corporation, becoming Ayala Corporation.
Ramon Ayala started playing the accordion in 1951. He learned to play the drums in 1954. In 1955, he picked up the bajo sexto after his father Pedro Ayala, El Monarca del Acordeón, showed him his first two chords. By 1956, Ramon Ayala and his brother Pedro Ayala Jr., who played the accordion, joined their father in Pedro Ayala y Su Conjunto. Since 1956, Ramon Ayala has gone on to record for over a dozen studios releasing 88 recordings in album, single, cassette and CD formats. Ramon Ayala has recorded with Freddy Fender, Paulino Bernal and Esteban Jordan, among others. To date, he has released 105 recordings.
Since 2017, the team renamed as "Generika-Ayala Lifesavers", after the Ayala Corporation was named as the team's main sponsor.
The Ayala Center, which comprises eight distinct shopping centers, is partially located on Ayala Avenue, specifically the Glorietta complex, Greenbelt mall, and the 6750 Ayala Avenue, as well as the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.
Ayala Center Cebu is a large shopping mall at the Cebu Business Park in Cebu City, Philippines. It is the first Ayala Shopping Center located outside Metro Manila. It was opened in 1994, and is owned by Ayala Malls.
Santiago Key Ayala published his work under the name "S. Key-Ayala" or "Santiago Key-Ayala", which were strictly not a pseudonyms but simply variants of his actual name.
As a result of Ayala Education’s investment of Pesos 450 million, it will hold the majority of UNC’s board seats. In addition, UNC appointed Ayala Education’s CEO, Mr. Alfredo Ayala, as its President.