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Examples of "basora"
Adrian A. Basora and John R. Haines serve as co-directors, and Maia Otarashvili serves as Program Manager.
A Spanish international in the late 1940s/early 1950s, Basora represented the nation at the 1950 World Cup.
Basora and Betances were eventually honored with streets named after each in the city of Mayagüez. The main thoroughfare that crosses the city from north to south is named after Betances; a street that links the center of the city with the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez is named after Dr. Basora.
Basora represented the nation at the 1950 FIFA World Cup in France, forming a formidable offensive partnership with Telmo Zarra. In the opening game against the United States, Spain were 0–1 down with ten minutes to go before Basora scored twice inside a minute – Zarra then added a third for the final 3–1.
Basora graduated with an AB from Fordham University in 1960 and a CEP at the Institut d'études politiques in 1962, and later earned an MPA at Princeton University.
On 16 March 2012, days after having suffered a heart attack, Basora I died at the University Hospital of Las Palmas. He was 85 years old.
Besides the loss in the LaMotta rematch, the only other mark on Robinson's record during this period was a 10-round draw against José Basora in 1945.
Basora's younger brother, Joaquín, was also a footballer. Often referred to as Basora II, the forward represented, in the top division, CD Condal and Sporting de Gijón.
Estanislau Basora Brunet (also Estanislao; 18 November 1926 – 16 March 2012) was a Spanish footballer who played as a winger or striker.
Basora oversaw implementation of a $65 million U.S. assistance program to facilitate the opening of Czech civil society as well as privatization and other market reforms. The Czech Republic became the first post-Communist European country to "graduate" from U.S. assistance, which he attributes to this "jump start". Basora also advocated for U.S. firms investing in the country, including the first American acquisition of a TV station in the region. He left the post on July 15, 1995.
Robinson stated in his autobiography that one of the main considerations for his move up to middleweight was the increasing difficulty he was having in making the welterweight weight limit. However, the move up would also prove beneficial financially, as the division then contained some of the biggest names in boxing. Vying for the Pennsylvania state middleweight title in 1950, Robinson defeated Robert Villemain. Later that year, in defense of that crown, he defeated Jose Basora, with whom he had previously drawn. Robinson's 50-second, first-round knockout of Basora set a record that would stand for 38 years. In October 1950, Robinson knocked out Bobo Olson a future middleweight title holder.
Born in Colonia Valls, Barcelona, Catalonia, Basora joined local and La Liga giants FC Barcelona in 1946, from neighbouring CE Manresa. He made his league debut on 22 September in a 1–1 home draw against Celta de Vigo, but finished his first season with only three appearances for the club.
Towards the end of Escolà’s playing career with CF Barcelona, the squad was reinforced with among others, Mariano Martín, Josep Gonzalvo, Marià Gonzalvo, César, Velasco and later, Estanislao Basora and Antoni Ramallets. In his last years with the club, Escolà helped Barça win La Liga twice, under coach Josep Samitier in 1945 and under coach Enrique Fernández in 1948.
Adrian Anthony Basora (born July 18, 1938) is an American diplomat, and former United States Ambassador to the Czech Republic. He is a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute researching democratization in the post-Communist states of Europe and Central Asia, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
On 19 April 1954, Zarraonandía received a tribute in Madrid in recognition of his long career in Spanish football. This event was attended by several VIPs from the world of football, including Alfredo Di Stéfano, Antonio Puchades, Estanislao Basora, Piru Gainza, Eduardo Manchon, and Cesar Lesmes.
Between 1948 and 1958 Basora also played five games for the Catalan XI, scoring twice. On 26 January 1955, he appeared alongside Kubala and guest player Alfredo Di Stéfano in a game against Bologna F.C. 1909 at the "Camp de Les Corts".
Forwards: Pichichi (1910s/20s), Paulino Alcántara (1910s/1920s), César (1940s/1950s), Telmo Zarra (1940s/1950s), Estanislau Basora (1940s/1950s), Ferenc Puskás (1940s/1950s), Héctor Rial (1940s/1950s), László Kubala (1950s/1960s), Francisco Gento (1950s/1970s), Amancio Amaro (1960s/1970s), Quini (1970s/1980s), Emilio Butragueño (1980s/1990s), Raúl (1990s/2000s), Fernando Morientes (1990s/2000s), David Villa (2000s/–), Fernando Torres (2000s/–), Pedro (2000s/–)
Together with László Kubala, César and Estanislau Basora, he formed one of the most dangerous storm then rows in the club's history. In the 1951/52 season the club managed to win all five trophies (Championship, Cup, Latin Cup, Copa Eva Duarte and Trofeo Martini & Rossi).
Subsequently, Rodríguez was part of a legendary Barcelona forward line alongside Basora, László Kubala, Eduardo Manchón and Moreno that helped the club win five trophies during the 1951–52 season. He scored again in the domestic cup final, a 4–2 extra time win against Valencia CF, and netted the only goal in the Latin Cup triumph over OGC Nice of France.
During eight years, Basora played 22 games and scored 13 goals for Spain. On 12 June 1949 he netted on his debut, a 4–1 win against the Republic of Ireland. A week later, in another friendly, he scored a hat-trick within fifteen minutes against France at the "Stade de Colombes", being subsequently dubbed by the French press "The Monster of Colombes".