Synonyms for benichou or Related words with benichou

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Examples of "benichou"
Benichou won the IBF World Super Bantamweight championship in 1989.
The company was founded in 2010 by Mikael Rapaport, Meytal Benichou and Elie Galam.
Fabrice Benichou (born April 5, 1966 in Madrid, Spain) is a French boxer.
After losing his champion belt to Fabrice Benichou in 1988, Sanabria was largely reduced to a journeyman boxer.
The Benichou family was one of the great Jewish families of Oran, where they owned a famous villa, equipped with its own synagogue.
In addition to Rapaport and Benichou, Gregg Schoenberg joined Peerform’s Board of Directors in April 2012 and serves as its Executive Chairman. Abigael Saal serves as Peerform’s CTO, Catheryn Robinson as Head of Business Development and Ari Afilalo as General Counsel. Charles-David Ohayon joined the Peerform Board of Directors in April 2014. Fred Smajda recently joined Peerform as their new Chief Risk Officer.
She was the daughter of Adélaïde Azoubib (poet and prose writer) and her second husband, Mardochée Bénichou. She had at least one sibling, a brother, Raymond Benichou. Her husband, Henri Aboulker, was a surgeon and professor; their son, José Aboulker was a surgeon and political figure.
Hodkinson defended his title twice in 1992. After defeating a shopworn Steve Cruz in three rounds in April 1992, he travelled to France and stopped Fabrice Benichou in the 10th round of a tough fight. At the time of the stoppage, one judge had the fight level, the other two had Hoko ahead.
From 1995 to 1998, Oliver competed as a professional. When he defeated Bulgaria's Martin Krastev in May 1997 he became the European (EBU) super bantamweight champion. He held onto the title for a year, defending it on three occasions with wins over Serge Poilblan, Vincenzo Belcastro and Fabrice Benichou.
In particular the memories evoked are of her three husbands and the children she bore with them. Her first marriage to Fanny's English father (Hurt) failed and as a consequence, Fanny (Régnier) barely knows him. Fanny's half-sister is Camille (Doillon), who Anna had with Camille's now dead father, Max (Benichou). There is also her third husband, Jean (Karyo), with whom she had Lilly (Exarchopoulos), but he left to pursue affairs.
Notable fighters to hold championship titles at this weight have been Wayne McCullough, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Scott Quigg, Wilfredo Gómez, Lupe Pintor, Jeff Fenech, Fabrice Benichou, Daniel Zaragoza, Kennedy McKinney, Érik Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera, Manny Pacquiao, Rafael Márquez, Toshiaki Nishioka, Carl Frampton, Bernard Dunne, Leo Santa Cruz and Israel Vázquez. Gómez holds the record for longest title reign, at five years and ten months. He also holds the record for most title defenses, at seventeen.
Isabelle Ferron was born on January 27, 1967 in Poitiers, France. When she turned seven, her mother enrolled her in the Conservatoire de Poitiers to learn the art of dancing (which she was not fond of), and eventually to learn how to play piano. With her extreme talent and loads of energy, she decided to move to Poitiers to develop her skills. In 1987 she trained with Niels Arestrup, then with Maurice Benichou in 1988. Then from 1992 to 1997 she trained with John Strasberg.
Medina won four bouts, then had his first chance at becoming a world champion, when, on August 12, 1991, he faced IBF featherweight champion Troy Dorsey in Inglewood. Medina was knocked down twice early, but became a world champion by getting up and defeating Dorsey by a twelve-round decision. He made four defenses of his title, including victories against Tom Johnson, beaten by a nine rounds technical decision and Fabrice Benichou, another world champion boxer, outpointed by Medina over twelve rounds. His first reign as world featherweight champion took him to places like France and Italy.
Known as "The Hawk", Ncita turned professional in 1984 and in 1990 captured the International Boxing Federation Super Bantamweight Title with a victory over Fabrice Benichou in a bout that took place in Tel Aviv. Ncita defended the title six times before losing it to Kennedy McKinney in 1992. He lost a rematch by decision to McKinney in 1994, a fight in which McKinney was knocked down in round five, but Ncita's left eye swelled shut midway through the bout. Ncita retired in 1998.
Claude Verneuil, a Gaullist notary, and his wife Marie, a Catholic bourgeois from Chinon, are parents of four daughters: Isabelle, Odile, Ségolène, and Laure. The three eldest are already married to men, each one of a different religion and a different ethnic origin: Isabelle married Rashid Ben Assem, an Algerian Muslim lawyer, Odile married David Benichou, a Sephardi Jew entrepreneur, and Ségolène married Chao Ling, a Han Chinese banker who is open to all religious beliefs. The Verneuils pretend to accept their sons-in-law but have had a hard time hiding their discomfort at accepting people into the family from outside the community. A family meeting is spoiled because of the awkwardness and clichés about race and religion, expressed as much by the father as by the sons-in-law who even exchange insulting communitarian views to and about each other.
Smart didn't fight throughout 1985 and on his return in January 1986, he took a narrow points decision over Midlands area bantamweight champion Rocky Lawlor. This was the final win of Smart's career. In February a return trip to Belfast saw him disqualified for a low blow against Dave McAuley, while two months later he was only able to draw against an inexperienced Joe Kelly in Glasgow. He followed this with three overseas bouts against difficult opponents; Alain Limarola and Thierry Jacob of France and Guyanese bantamweight champion Michael Parris. He completed 1986 with a challenge for the vacant Welsh featherweight title, but was outclassed by Peter Harris of Swansea. The next year Smart fought twice, losing to Fabrice Benichou in the first round and then a career ending defeat by future British featherweight champion Sean Murphy.