Synonyms for echeverry or Related words with echeverry

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Examples of "echeverry"
Echeverry represented Colombia at the under 23 level.
Echeverry has a Ph.D. in Economics from New York University and a B.A. in Economics from the University of the Andes. Echeverry writes a weekly editorial for CNN en Español.
In 2004, Echeverry joined Colombian power Atlético Nacional. While at Nacional he helped the club to numerous titles. Echeverry cemented his claim as a big game player on June 19, 2005 scoring both goals in a
Juan Carlos Echeverry Bernal is a Colombian operatic tenor. He was born in Manizales, Colombia.
Héctor Echeverri Atehortúa (born 10 April 1938), often misspelled as "Héctor Echeverry", is a retired Colombian international footballer.
She is also the co-founder of the Sun & Moon Ensemble with Kevin Amos, Katarzyna Alemany and Juan-Carlos Echeverry.
Malamor is a 2003 Colombian drama film directed by Jorge Echeverry. It was entered into the 25th Moscow International Film Festival.
Gerson Echeverry (born August 25, 1971) is a retired American soccer forward who played professionally in Major League Soccer, USISL and the National Professional Soccer League.
Emilio Echeverry (8 March 1929 – May 2015) was a Colombian fencer. He competed at the 1956, 1960 and 1964 Summer Olympics.
Echeverri, Echeverry or Echeberri is a surname of Basque origin, spelled Etxeberri in that language and with a presence in Spanish speaking countries.
Oscár Marino Echeverry Lourido (born January 13, 1977) is a Colombian football forward, who last played for New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer.
Octavio Echeverry (born 1931) is a former Colombian cyclist. He competed in the time trial and team pursuit events at the 1956 Summer Olympics.
On 20 September 2011 President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón designated Cárdenas to succeed Juan Carlos Echeverry as Minister of Economy. He was sworn in as the 29th Minister of Mines and Energy on 26 September.
After being sought out by various Colombian sides during the 2008 offseason, including Millonarios and Cúcuta Deportivo, Echeverry signed with New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer. Echeverry appeared in nine league for New York but did not impress due to injury problems. His season was cut short due to a knee injury that did not properly heal. His best moment with the club was when he scored for Red Bulls on June 25, 2008 in a 1–0 exhibition win over Chivas de Guadalajara in Glendale, Arizona. He was released by New York in April 2009.
Echeverry made his debut in the Colombian First Division in 1996 with Deportivo Cali. He remained at the club two years before joining upstart Deportivo Pasto. While at Pasto he helped the club gain promotion to the Colombian First Division. In 1999 with Deportivo Fasto, Echeverry enjoyed his finest season netting 9 goals in 38 appearances. He would than go on to play for Once Caldas, Deportivo Pereira, BSC Young Boys in Switzerland and Venezuelan side Caracas FC. While at Caracas FC he won a league title and participated in the Copa Libertadores. He also scored the 1,000th goal for Caracas FC in the Venezuelan First division on September 25, 2003.
Echeverry was born in Paterson, New Jersey. In 1990, he graduated from John F. Kennedy High School where he had scored 55 goals during his high school soccer career. He played college soccer at Seton Hall University from 1990 to 1993. He was a 1991 Third Team All American.
Kelly has been a professor of voice at the Musikhochschule Köln from 1986. She has taught master classes in Europe and Korea. Her students have included Juan Carlos Echeverry, and Christiane Oelze. Several of her students were awarded at international competitions and are members of leading opera companies.
Escobar was born in Cali on 8 February 1965. His father was Hernán Escobar Echeverry, a retired defender that played in América de Cali, Atlético Nacional and Independiente Medellín. Escobar scored 14 goals in 83 matches in the Copa Libertadores from 1984 to 2004, making him the 9th player with most appearances in the tournament on 27 March 2004.
The Brenthurst Foundation benefits from the knowledge and expertise of a wide range of scholars, policy-makers and experts from all over the world. They range from musician Johnny Clegg to Juan Carlos Echeverry, the former Minister of Finance and Public Credit for Colombia.
During the early months of 2014 he toured Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay taking the month of February in Miami to record the album "Valeria Con Todo" with production of Rafael Vergara and Vicky Echeverry, published by Sony Music Argentina in Latin America, marking his return to a multinational company.