Synonyms for carcamo or Related words with carcamo

chirinos              munguia              rivadeneira              miguez              recio              brandao              asensi              villatoro              giovanny              bohorquez              penalver              morillas              segui              condori              ayuso              simoes              bellido              gavira              almazan              tellechea              iborra              sanjuan              arriagada              hernanz              exposito              mollinedo              olarte              matute              sabate              mancilla              centeno              espitia              hernandes              cichero              magdaleno              sanmartin              arranz              canete              bengoechea              barredo              bahamonde              antelo              falcioni              solorzano              amezcua              neyra              parejo              escuredo              escandon              benlloch             

Examples of "carcamo"
He is signed to Oscar de la Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions. He Lost To Fernando Carcamo
Commercials: Unplugged is a 2014 American comedy short film, written by Erick Carcamo, and directed by Andrea Molina. Produced by the Florida Film Institute, INC.
Carcamo Riveros Gabriel Andres (born May 27, 1987 in Viña del Mar, Chile) is a Chilean footballer currently playing for Everton of the Primera División B in Chile.
While bishop, he was the principal consecrator of Alonso de Peralta, Archbishop of La Plata o Charcas (1609) and Jeronimo de Carcamo, Bishop of Trujillo (1611).
In 1983 a committee composed of parents and others was formed by Mrs. Alejandro Carcamo, Rigoberto Rivera, Eleazar Puerto for the construction of a High School Education Center then called Instituto Privado Nocturno Superacion Franciscana. When the government of President Roberto Suazo Córdova with guidance from the deputy for Olancho, Mr. Alejandro Carcamo, formalised its operation they renamed it Instituto Superacion Franciscana. Its first Director was Professor Victor Almenderez with teachers Noe Menocal, Martin Ramos, Lourdes Padilla and others.
In October 2010 it was announced that former co-host Jean Philippe Cretton was replacing Martin Carcamo as the program's host. It was never mentioned that Martín Cárcamo left the program due to his contractual signing with Canal 13.
As a commune, Ránquil is a third-level administrative division of Chile administered by a municipal council, headed by an alcalde who is directly elected every four years. The 2008-2012 alcalde is Carlos Garrido Carcamo (UDI).
On January 6, 2012 the current President of the League was announced as Jaime O. Perdomo, Jr, the Vice-President as Al Westby and the members being Celso Carcamo, Wilhelm Miguel and Onan McLean.
As a commune, Puqueldón is a third-level administrative division of Chile administered by a municipal council, headed by an alcalde who is directly elected every four years. The 2008-2012 alcalde is Elson Carcamo Barría (Ind.).
In the early 1940s, founded with Angel Garma, Celes Ernesto Carcamo, Marie Langer and Arnaldo Rascovsky, the "Asociación Psicoanalítica Argentina" (APA) (Argentine Psychoanalytic Association) of which then would go away, interested in social aspect and activity of society groups, leading him to work at the "Escuela de Psicología Dinámica" (School of Psychology) of the then called "Escuela de Psicología Social" (School of social Psychology).
Despite making the semis and finals between 1994–97 season the club failed to win a title, however in the 1998 season under Chilean coach Julio Escobar and captaincy of Leonal Carcamo the club was able to defeat FAS 2–0 with the goals being scored by Firpo legendary players Raúl Toro and Abraham Monterrosa.
Continuing with Shakespeare, she mounted Titus Andronicus, adapted by Alfonso Carcamo, and performed only by men, which premiered at the Festival Internacional Cervantino. This adaptation, a musical version, featured performances by Tito Vasconcelos, Juan Manuel Bernal, Julio Bracho, Miguel Rodarte, and others.
Front L-R Darwin Carter, Milt Palacio, Darwin Leslie, Charlie Burgess,Leon Jacobs, Kenton Paulino Back L-R Coach Marques Johnson, Darren Bovel, Asst. Coach Alex Lloyd, Elsworth Itza, Alex Carcamo, Sonny Watson, Keenan Jourdon, Keith Acosta, Richard Troyer, Asst Coach Kevin Siroki, Thomas Shaw, Quinton Hamilton
She began her career as a theater director directing works such "La noche en que raptaron a Epifania o Shakespeare lo siento mucho" with Gerardo Mancebo del Castillo and Alfonso Carcamo, and "Twelfth Night" by William Shakespeare, performed only by women, which premiered at Festival del Centro Histórico.
Passenger shipping and Skorpios SA is a family business founded in 1978 by "Don Constantino Kochifas Carcamo". Today the company has one of the largest shipping fleets in the Southern Cone, 2 tourist vessels and more than 37 cargo ships, a shipyard and naval arsenal, shipping terminals of passengers and freight, baths in Fjord "Quitralco", offices in Santiago, Puerto Montt, Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales.
José Maria Batres scored in the fifth minute to put Firpo ahead. One minute later Piggot equalized for Cojutepeque. The game went into overtime with Leonel Cárcamo restoring Firpo lead in 91st min. However Hugo Ventura equalized for Cojutepeque with only 2 minutes remaining to the end of extra time. The championship was decided by a penalty shootout. Abraham Vásquez, Martín Duffo and De Moura while Edgar Henríquez and Miguel Seminario missed their penalties. the score remained 3–3 all on penalties, when Walter Ventura of Cojutepeque missed his penalty and Leonel Carcamo scored the winning penalty for Firpo's maiden title.
In 1926 the first women's association for excellence, filóptoxos (friends of the poor) which was chaired by "Xrisí Almallotis". Since then to date there have been about four or five generations of descendants of Greeks. Some have moved south and are grouped mainly in Santiago and Valparaíso. Others returned to the motherland after the first war but most of the immigrants stayed in their new country and founded "numerous Greek-Chilean families". The main member of this community the employer is "Don Constantino Kochifas Carcamo", owner of the ships Skorpios at Cruceros Skorpios in Puerto Montt.
Escobedo started off his career with nine straight wins, followed by a loss to Daniel Jimenez. He fought eleven more fights, winning all of them, including wins against former champions Carlos Hernandez and Kevin Kelly. On September 19, 2009, he fought Michael Katsidis for the interim WBO lightweight title, but lost the bout by split decision. On November 6, 2010, he was defeated by Robert Guerrero via unanimous decision, Escobedo was knocked down twice by Guerrero. In 2012 he lost another title fight by TKO in the 5th round to Adrien Broner. On February 16, 2013, Escobedo was knocked out by Edner Cherry in the 6th round. (he was down once in the 2nd round and twice in the 6th). In September 2013 Escobedo suffered his third consecutive loss by KO to Fernando Carcamo, Escobedo was Ko'd in round 2. Overall, he has compiled a record of 25 wins (14 by knockout), and 6 losses.
Throughout 2014, Petrov fought in the United States for the first time and participated in ESPN's Boxcino lightweight tournament, as part of their "Friday Night Fights" series. He won his quarter- and semi-final matches against Fedor Papazov (six-round unanimous decision on 21 February) and Chris Rudd (fourth-round stoppage on 28 March), and the tournament final on 23 May by stopping Fernando Carcamo in eight rounds. During this time he also won the regional WBA–NABA and WBO–NABO titles. On 30 September 2016, Petrov dominated Michael Pérez in bloody fashion to force a corner stoppage in the sixth round, which earned him a mandatory opportunity for both the WBA and WBO lightweight world titles.
Act 3. Roderigo, now wracked with guilt for his crime, meets Sancho and Soto and decides to turn gypsy as well. The whole troupe goes to perform at the house of Francisco de Carcamo, don John’s father. Meanwhile, Clara is injured near Don Fernando’s house, and is brought inside his home to be cared for. Clara recognizes the room where she was raped, and asks don Fernando if he has any children. Fernando replies that he has two: his son Roderigo, and a daughter who was lost at sea shortly after her birth. Clara reveals her rape to Fernando, showing him the crucifix as proof. Fernando is horrified, and vows vengeance upon his son.