Synonyms for codina or Related words with codina

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Examples of "codina"
Lluis Codina Codina (born 17 February 1973) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
José Brocá y Codina (in Catalan: Antoni Josep Mateu Brocà i Codina) (21 September 1805 – 3 February 1882) was a Spanish guitarist and composer of the Romantic period.
Isidre Codina is a Spanish professional football manager.
Josep Feliu i Codina (also known by his Spanish name José Feliú y Codina) (11 June 1845 – 2 May 1897) was a Catalan journalist, novelist and playwright whose work is linked to the Realist movement and to the Catalan Renaixença.
Codina, who is Monica's first cousin, was inspired to create the documentary after seeing varied responses to the announcement of David and Monica's wedding from people with and without Downs syndrome. Some viewed the marriage as a "cute gesture between kids" and as Codina saw the ceremony as "something very powerful, very serious and very adult", she hoped that documenting the pair would enable people to see this perspective as well. In order to record footage Codina borrowed a digital video camera and filmed the couple and their family in the days leading up to the wedding as well as the ceremony itself. Codina recorded 30 hours of wedding related footage in addition to footage that she recorded afterwards between 2007 and 2009. After filming was complete Codina left her job as programmer for the Miami International Film Festival to focus on the production of the documentary. She pitched a nine-minute development trailer to HBO, who decided to support the endeavor.
Lluís Pujol Codina (born 25 May 1947) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a forward.
Via "Zacatecas March" Codina influenced many other composers, including allegations of influence on "Washington and Lee Swing" ("q.v.").
Feliu i Codina's brother, Antoni Feliu i Codina (1846–1917), was a prominent politician and man of letters. Both brothers wrote for the Catalan literary magazine, "Un troç de paper". Josep Feliu i Codina died in Madrid on 2 May 1897.
That same year, both the Codina and the Villalpando compositions were submitted to a jury composed of friends and relatives, who gave the victory to the song of Genaro Codina. The original title was "Marcha Aréchiga", to be dedicated to the governor Arechiga, but he suggested that the name was changed to March of Zacatecas.
The population of Ojocaliente, Zacatecas. Guadalupe bordered on the north, south to San Pedro and Luis Moya, the Villa Gonzalez Ortega east and west by Genaro Codina.
Emiliano Rodríguez, Francisco Buscató, Lolo Sainz, Carlos Sevillano, Lorenzo Alocén, Jesús “Chus” Codina, José Lluis, Alfonso Martínez, Santiago Navarro, Juan Martos, José Nora, Javier Sanjuán (Coach: Fernando Font)
Antonio Codina (born 29 December 1943) is a Spanish former swimmer. He competed in the men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Henry Matías Mier Codina (born 2 August 1990) is an Uruguayan footballer that currently plays for Peñarol as a left midfielder.
Following the 1980 presidential election, Bush and his family moved to Miami-Dade County, Florida. He took a job in real estate with Armando Codina, a 32-year-old Cuban immigrant and self-made millionaire. Codina had made a fortune in a computer business, and then formed a new company, The Codina Group, to pursue opportunities in real estate. During his time with the company, Bush focused on finding tenants for commercial developments. Codina eventually made Bush his partner in a new development business, which quickly became one of South Florida's leading real estate development firms. As a partner, Bush received 40% of the firm's profits. In 1983, Bush said of his move from Houston to Miami: "On the personal side, my mother-in-law and sister-in-law were already living here", and on the professional side, "I want to be very wealthy, and I'll be glad to tell you when I've accomplished that goal."
Agathia codina is a species of moth in the Geometridae family. It is found in the north-eastern parts of the Himalaya, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo.
Dalmau was the son of Pere de Queralt and Icart Cardona i Luyando, first Count of Santa Coloma, and his wife Maria Codina.
The concession for XECHH-AM was awarded to Luis Carlos Mendiola Codina in 1993. The next year, the station obtained its FM counterpart.
Jordi Codina Rodríguez (born 27 April 1982) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for CF Reus Deportiu as a goalkeeper.
Gonnoscodina, Gonnos-Codina in sardinian language, is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Oristano in the Italian region Sardinia, located about northwest of Cagliari and about southeast of Oristano.
Josep Dallerès Codina (born February 14, 1949) is an Andorran politician. He is a member of the Social Democratic Party of Andorra and served as General Syndic of Andorra 19 January 1994 - 10 March 1997 and from 2009.