Synonyms for calcagno or Related words with calcagno
Examples of "calcagno"
(born September 6, 1970 in Chiavari) is a retired Italian professional football player.
was a main proponent for the launching of the Monaco Blue Initiative
is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
(9 July 1900 - 31 March 1966) was an Italian politician.
, President of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See
died on April 28, 1993 in State College, PA, while visiting relatives.
"Arts Magazine", March 1989, "Seymour Boardman, Larry
, Richards Ruben, Gerald Nordland", Chicago, Apr. 1989
Born in La Plata,
comes from a family with a strong background in academia and connections with France. His grandfather, Alfredo Domingo
, rector of the National University of La Plata, was the Argentine ambassador to UNESCO in Paris during the Presidency of Arturo Frondizi. His father, Alfredo Eric
, studied at the Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris before working for the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America for more than twenty years.
(1528–1550) was a young Franciscan friar famously executed for blasphemy and sodomy by the Venetian Inquisition.
is currently the Supervisor for the 2nd District. His current term ends in January, 2015.
was born in Ramacca. He represented the Christian Democracy party in the Chamber of Deputies from 1948 to 1953.
Aside from Jaffee, artists associated with the feature include Joe
, Harvey Eisenberg, Al Fago Al Genet, and Mike Sekowsky.
accepted the position of assistant professor in the art department at the Albright Art School in the University at Buffalo, New York where he stayed until 1958. He went on to teach from 1958 to 1959 at the University of Illinois, Urbana. In 1960 he moved to New York and became a part-time instructor at New York University. In 1965
became Andrew Mellon Professor in Painting at Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he stayed until 1968.
was a fellow at the McDowell and Yaddo artist colonies in 1960s.
He was appointed as secretary of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See in succession to Archbishop Domenico
, who was appointed president.
Héctor Calcaño (born Héctor
, 1894 – 1969) was an Argentine film actor. He appeared in nearly 70 films between 1933 and 1968.
(), better known as Peppa la cannoniera (Josie the Cannoneer), in Sicilian: Peppa a cannunera), (Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto, 1826–1884), was an Italian patriot.
(1913–1993) was a San Francisco Bay area abstract expressionist painter. He described his artistic motivation in the following words
born 26 June 1960 is a Monegasque politician and leader who is CEO of the Oceanographic Institute Foundation Albert I, Prince of Monaco.
studied at French schools and, in the early 1990s, graduated from the École Nationale d'Administration in France in public administration and from the Sorbonne in sociology.
Zuni Café is a restaurant in San Francisco, California. Named after the Zuni tribe, it was established in 1979 by Billy West. In 1981 he hired Vince
as the manager, who became a business partner in 1987. West and
hired chef Judy Rodgers (formerly of Chez Panisse) in 1987. Billy West died on July 1, 1994;
and Rodgers went on to become co-owners. Zuni Cafe, with Rodgers at the helm, won the James Beard Foundation Award for 'Best Chef: Pacific' in 2000, 'Outstanding Restaurant' in 2003, and 'Outstanding Chef' in 2004. It is located on Market Street in San Francisco. Rodgers became head chef in 1987, and a co-owner two years later.
retired in 2006. Gilbert Pilgram joined Zuni Café as a co-owner in 2006. Rodgers died on December 2, 2013.
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