Synonyms for bengoa or Related words with bengoa

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Examples of "bengoa"
Jarabo was married to Teresa Bengoa. Graduated from the University of Puerto Rico School of Law in 1972.
In 'La Libertad' newspaper of 26 January 1898, it found the entry where Becerro de Bengoa said:
The Gypsy and the King (Spanish:La gitana y el rey) is a 1946 Spanish film directed by Manuel Bengoa.
Martín Bengoa Díez (born 21 November 1994) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Bilbao Athletic as a central midfielder.
Bengoa made his professional debut on 16 January 2016, coming on as a second-half substitute for Mikel Vesga in a 0–2 away loss against CD Tenerife.
José Bengoa Cabello (31 January 1936) is a Chilean historian and anthropologist. He is known in Chile for his study of Mapuche history and society. After the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, José Bengoa was dismissed from his work at the University of Chile by the Pinochet regime. In 2013 he won the Altazor Award for the best essay with his work "Mapuche. Procesos, política y culturas en el Chile del Bicentenario" (Mapuches. Processes, politics and cultures in the Bicentenarian Chile).
Born in Otxandio, Biscay, Basque Country, Bengoa joined Athletic Bilbao's youth setup in 2008, aged 13. He made his debuts as a senior with the farm team in the 2012–13 campaign, in Tercera División.
Izaskun Bengoa Pérez (born 14 March 1975) is a road cyclist from Spain. She represented her nation at the 1996 Summer Olympics on the road in the women's road race and on the track in the women's points race.
Juan Bautista de Zengotita Bengoa was born in Berriz, Spain on September 13, 1735. In September 1749, he was professed as a member of the Order of Our Lady of Mercy.
Dr Maria Nieves Garcia-Casal has been awarded numerous national and international awards for her scientific contributions to health and nutrition. In 2009, Bengoa Foundation awarded Dr Garcia-Casal a research award for her research in diabetes Fundacion Seguros Caracas
Juan Bautista de Zengotita Bengoa (September 13, 1735 – November 1, 1802) was the Roman Catholic bishop of San Juan, Puerto Rico, from 1795-1802. During his episcopacy the British invaded Puerto Rico, and he provided what assistance he could, including personal funds.
At the time of the arrival of the first Spaniards to Chile the largest indigenous population concentration was in the area spanning from Itata River to Chiloé Archipelago—that is the Mapuche heartland. The Mapuche population between Itata River and Reloncaví Sound has been estimated at 705,000–900,000 in the mid-16th century by historian José Bengoa.
At the time of the arrival of the first Spaniards to Chile the largest indigenous population concentration was in the area spanning from Itata River to Chiloé Archipelago—that is the Mapuche heartland. The Mapuche population between Itata River and Reloncaví Sound has been estimated at 705,000–900,000 in the mid-16th century by historian José Bengoa.
In 1992, Jarabo was involved in a scandal when he went to the apartment of former beauty queen Elizabeth Zayas and her husband, Frank Kolodziej, to confront him on an alleged extramarital relationship he was having with Bengoa, Jarabo's wife. Jarabo was accused on several charges, including aggression.
The largest "suyu" by area was Qullasuyu, named after the Aymara-speaking Qulla people. It encompassed the Bolivian Altiplano and much of the southern Andes, reaching Argentina and as far south as the Maipo or Maule river in Central Chile. Historian José Bengoa singled out Quillota as perhaps the foremost Inca settlement.
When Chilean liberals began the 1851 Revolution Mapuche chief Mañil joined the rebel army and fought with José María de la Cruz's army against the troops of Manuel Bulnes at the Battle of Loncomilla. After defeat at Loncomilla Mañil returned south. According to historian José Bengoa Mapuches saw the government in Santiago as their main enemy, explaining thus the participation of Mapuches on the side of José María de la Cruz Concepción-based revolt.
In August 2011, the district attorney Diego Pérez asked for the imprisonment of Muñez, arguing that under her direction as Secretary General of the Mayorship of Montevideo she facilitated the actions carried out by the "Director de Casinos", Juan Carlos Bengoa, who in turn was accused in 2007. The request was, however, dismissed just three months later (in November 2011) by the judge Fanny Canessa under the consideration that there was not sufficient evidence that supported the accusation.
O'Neill replaced the Democratic Unionist Party's Simon Hamilton as Minister of Health following the 2016 election. After just eight days in office, she announced she would be scrapping the lifetime ban on gay and bisexuel men donating blood in Northern Ireland. On 25 October 2016, O'Neill unveiled a document titled "Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together", a ten-year plan based on the findings of the Bengoa Report which aims to modernise the health and social care system.
A case of theft of horses in 1880 caused chief Domingo Melín to be escorted by Chilean troops to Angol in order to declare. Before reaching Angol Domingo Melín and some of his relatives where killed by the Chilean military. Mapuches responded to this by attacking the fort and village of Traiguén in September 1880. Almost thousand warriors participated in the retribution, something that according to José Bengoa evidences that Mapuches had been preparing for war.
According to Bengoa, “social movements have contributed decisively to the creation of an institutional platform wherein the fight against poverty and exclusion has become an inescapable benchmark.” But despite successes in this area, “these institutional changes have not produced the processes for transformation that could have made substantial changes to the opportunities available to rural inhabitants, particularly the poorest and those excluded from society.” He cites several reasons: