Synonyms for bessudo or Related words with bessudo

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Examples of "bessudo"
Estella Sneider was born on September 3, 1950 in Mexico City, Mexico, as the youngest child and only daughter of Simon Sneider and Esther Bessudo Perez. Her four older brothers, three of which are still living, are Ruben Sneider Bessudo (b. October 31, 1936 - d. January 3, 2009), Luis Sneider Bessudo, Jorge Sneider Bessudo, and Guillermo Sneider Bessudo. She attended Escuela Secundaria y Preparatoria de la Ciudad de Mexico for junior high school, moving to Colegio Hebreo Tarbut for high school. The high school belonged to the Tarbut movement. After getting pregnant, she finished out her high school career at Instituto Superior Abierto.
Mcbess (Matthieu Bessudo), born July 5, 1984, is a French illustrator living in London.
Bessudo worked in the special administrative unit of the National Natural Parks System of the Ministry of Environment.
Farm House is an American psychological thriller film. The film is directed by George Bessudo and written by Daniel P. Coughlin.
Sandra Bessudo Lion is a marine biologist from the École Pratique de Hautes Etudes (EPHE) in Paris, with a Master in Life and Earth Sciences Studies in Perpignan (France). She is a professional diver and involved in the conservation of the marine biodiversity and the protection of the environment.
Hosted By Jean-Claude Bessudo, a French-born tourism entrepreneur. The show first aired in May 2005 on Canal Caracol. The Spanish version is called "El Aprendiz" (literal translation from the original show's name). The show's catchphrase is ""Estás despedido!" (You're fired!)".
In October 2007 she won a "special mention" in the category for best TV feature or report at the "Premio Nacional de Periodismo Simón Bolívar". In November 2007, Corzo shared, with psychiatrist Lucrecia Ramírez, marine biologist Sandra Bessudo, and golfer María José Uribe, a TAG Heuer-sponsored acknowledgement.
Matthieu Bessudo was born in Cannes and raised in Auribeau-sur-Siagne, a small town near Cannes, France. His mother is a primary school teacher in La Roquette-sur-Siagne and his father is a satellite designer. He quickly found interest in music, therefore studied drums for 8 years before choosing guitar as his favorite instrument.
Lake Dead is a 2007 American horror film directed by George Bessudo. It was released as part of the 2007 After Dark Horrorfest. The film follows a group of teenagers who inherit a motel on a lake, only to uncover a series of dark and frightening family secrets.
She also served as Coordinator of the Workshops and Cycles of Conferences in Colombia for the International Year of the Oceans. Diving instructor in Club El Nogal and diving Director in Aviatur. Sandra Bessudo has independently produced dozens of publications, videos and specialized documentaries.
In 1956, the club was sold to soft drink manufacturer Jarritos. The new owner was trying to build upon the club's National Cup titles in 1954 and 1955 against Guadalajara. During the 1954–55 season América won their first Campeón de Campeones championship, defeating Zacatepec 3–2. The owner failed to build upon previous success and on 22 July 1959, Emilio Azcárraga Milmo, owner of Telesistema Mexicano, bought América from Isaac Bessudo. Following the acquisition, Azcárraga told his players, "I do not know much about football, but I do know a lot about business, and this, gentlemen, will be a business."
Ever since América was bought by Emilio Azcárraga Milmo from Issac Bessudo in 1959, the club has had the unique distinction of being both the most popular and hated club in the country. An emphasis on heavy spending on Mexican and foreign players and managers in subsequent seasons, as well as success in domestic and international competitions, created an increasing sense of enmity from rival fans. The fact that Azcárraga Milmo was also the owner of telecommunications company Telesistema Mexicano further created the notion that América was the club of the "establishment" and the "wealthy", while others were considered teams representing the "working class".