Synonyms for balderrama or Related words with balderrama

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Examples of "balderrama"
January 1956 - January 1959 Fernando Hiriart Balderrama
Oscar Balderrama is an American television writer and script coordinator.
Vicente Néstor Mendoza Balderrama (1876–1940) was a Mexican politician and jurist.
Balderrama has served as the script coordinator on the Green Arrow origin series "Arrow", since the pilot episode.
Uruguayan musician, comedian and writer Leo Maslíah recorded a parody cover titled "No necesitamos otro héroe (Balderrama)" for his 1988 album "I lique rock". In this version, he played the original melody of the song but replaced the lyrics completely, using instead the words to a popular zamba (an Argentine folk standard) called "Balderrama".
Víctor Balderrama Arias won a strong majority of 74% in the 4 April 2010 elections and his party, Insurgente Martín Uchu, controls five of the seven council seats.
Francisco Cati Balderrama (born December 18, 1981 in Mexico City), known as Francisco Cati, is a professional Mexican association football (soccer) player.
Robert "Bobby"Lee Balderrama, born in O'Donnell, Texas, grew up in Saginaw, Michigan, is the lead guitarist for the band Question Mark & the Mysterians and was so when they recorded their first hit song 96 Tears. He later played with Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns on the "Bandido Rock" album of 1987. He still periodically plays shows with the original members of ? and the Mysterians. Robert Lee Balderrama also has formed a Smooth Jazz group "Robert Lee Revue"
The current mayor of Punata is Leticia Camacho, who has served in that post on an interim basis, since the removal of Víctor Balderrama, who won both of the previous two elections. Balderrama, of the Insurgente Martín Uchu party, was suspended under indictment for aggravated rape of a minor on August 10, 2010 (for which he was convicted September 2011), and resigned to resign to allow new elections. A special election for mayor was scheduled to be held on 13 January 2013.
Balderrama went on to join another drama created by Berlanti, ABC's Jonny Lee Miller starrer "Eli Stone", as script coordinator. He later co-scripted two episodes ("Waiting for That Day" and season two's "Flight Path").
Ray Alder (born as Raymond Balderrama on August 20, 1967) has been the lead vocalist of the progressive metal band Fates Warning since their 1988 release "No Exit". He is of Mexican descent.
Sosa participated in a 1999 production of Ariel Ramírez's "Misa Criolla". Her song "Balderrama" is featured in the 2008 movie "Che", starring Benicio del Toro as the Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara.
Michael Anthony Balderrama was born in 1973 at Rockford Memorial Hospital; however, he was raised in a little town about a half-hour outside of San Antonio, Texas, called Hondo. His parents were Maria Balderrama (previously Tejeda), and Ernesto Balderrama. Maria is one of 3 and Ernesto one of 11. Michael has one sister Michelle. She is currently married with one child. Michael grew up in Hondo until the beginning of high school when he moved to Rockford, Illinois. He attended Keith Country Day School on scholarship. After graduating at the top of his class, Michael was offered many scholarships, including academic and volleyball scholarships to many division 1 schools such as Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Michael however decided to attend Grinnel College on full scholarship.
Claudia Balderrama Ibañez (born 13 November 1983) is a Bolivian race-walker of partial Aymara ancestry. She was born in Catavi, Llallagua, Potosí, and competed for Bolivia at the 2012 Summer Olympics, finishing 33rd in a new personal best of 1:33:28.
She also features in the tie-in novels published for the series, "Arrow: Vengeance", written by Oscar Balderrama and Lauren Certo, "The Flash: The Haunting of Barry Allen" written by Susan and Clay Griffith, and its' up coming sequel "Arrow: A Generation of Vipers" from the same authors.
Notable Bolivian athletes featured pistol shooter Rudolf Knijnenburg, who staged his comeback in Rio de Janeiro after a twelve-year absence, freestyle swimmer Karen Torrez, and race walkers Claudia Balderrama and Ángela Castro, who was chosen to lead the team as the nation's flag bearer into the opening ceremony. Bolivia, however, has yet to win its first ever Olympic medal.
"Hot Feet" premiered in Washington, D.C. at the National Theatre on March 6, 2006 and closed on April 9. Directed and choreographed by Maurice Hines, the cast featured Allen Hidalgo, Ann Duquesnay, Keith David, Michael Balderrama, Samantha Pollino, Vivian Nixon, and Wynonna Smith. The show received mostly negative reviews from critics. The original production was two hours and forty-five minutes in length.
The history of the future Archdiocese of Cebu began with the arrival of Ferdinand Magellan in Cebu in 1521. The Church anchored in that year by the native Cebuanos' profession of faith in Christ, baptism, the daily celebration of the Mass, and the chaplain of the expedition, Fr. Pedro Balderrama being the legitimate pastor for their spiritual needs.
XEBH was the first radio station in Hermosillo. It came to air on November 20, 1935, inaugurated by Governor Ramón Ramos. The 500-watt station initially broadcast on 930 kHz and was soon joined by shortwave simulcast XEBR on 11,820 kHz. The first concessionaire was Carlos G. Balderrama.
The Zimapán Dam, also known as Fernando Hiriart Balderrama Dam, is an arch dam on the Moctezuma River about southwest of Zimapán in Hidalgo state, Mexico. The primary purpose of the dam is hydroelectric power production and it services a 292 MW power station with water.