Synonyms for etchepare or Related words with etchepare

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Examples of "etchepare"
Characters in the novel include Big Fanny, Nélida Fernandez, and Juan Carlos Etchepare.
Pierre Paul Lucien Salvat Etchepare (2 October 1891 – 20 April 1943) was a French actor.
Vice-Presidents: Mr. Leblanc, Mr. Bison, Mr. Etchepare, Dr. Rollenstein et Mr. Anfosso
Pierre Etchepare was born in Paris and died in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine.
Pedro Araya, Víctor Mahana, Hernán Raffo, Juan Zitko, Raul Emilio López, Juan Ostoic, Antonio Torres, Milenko Skoknic, Raúl Urra, Rolando Etchepare, Dante Gianoni, Salomón Awad (Coach: Kenneth Davidson)
Rufino Bernedo, Pedro Araya, Víctor Mahana, Luis Salvadores, Juan Ostoic, Hernán Raffo, Raúl Urra, Rolando Etchepare, Juan Arredondo, Orlando Etcheverrigaray, Maximiliano Garafulic, Orlando Silva (Coach: Juan Arredondo)
Armonía Liropeya Etchepare Locino (7 October 1914 – 1 March 1994) was a Uruguayan feminist, pedagogue, novelist and short story writer. She was sometimes referred to as Armonía Etchepare de Henestrosa or, by her pseudonym, Armonía Somer (sometimes spelled Armonía Sommers). A member of the literary movement Generación del 45, Somers wrote in a transgressive style. Her contemporaries included Silvina Ocampo, Griselda Gambaro, Luisa Valenzuela, Elena Garro, and Peri Rossi.
Rufino Bernedo, Luis Salvadores, Juan Zitko, Rolando Etchepare, Orlando Silva, Orlando Etcheverrigaray, Juan Guillermo Thompson, José de la Fuente, Maximiliano Garafulic, Dante Gianoni, Bruno Luchsinger, Domingo Sibilla (Coach: Luis Valenzuela)
By 1947, Nélida is married to a boring and impoverished auctioneer in Buenos Aires. But Nélida still dreams of Juan Carlos Etchepare, the handsome youth that had swept Nélida "off her feet".
The novel opens with the passing of Juan Carlos Etchepare due to tuberculosis. Then the book picks up with the lonely Nélida, a former small-town Argentine beauty who earned the title of Miss Spring 1936 in a rural village in Buenos Aires Province.
Born in Pando, Somers was the eldest of three daughters of anarchist businessman Pedro Etchepare and the deeply Catholic mother María Judith Locino. Her basic studies occurred in a Spanish primary school in Pando, being her the only girl admitted there. After that, she continued her studies at the Normal school of Montevideo.
Onetti left his native country (and his much-loved city of Montevideo) after being imprisoned for 6 months in "Colonia Etchepare", a mental institution. A long list of world-famous writers -including Gabriel García Márquez, Mario Vargas Llosa and Mario Benedetti – signed open letters addressed to the military government of Uruguay.
Paprika is a 1933 French comedy film directed by Jean de Limur and starring Irène Zilahy, René Lefèvre and Pierre Etchepare. It was based on a play by Max Reimann and Otto Schwartz. A German-language version "Paprika" had been released the previous year.
Contreras also stated that the CNI handed out monthly payments between 1978 and 1990 to the persons who had worked with Townley in Chile, all members of "Patria y Libertad": Mariana Callejas (Townley's wife), Francisco Oyarzún, Gustavo Etchepare and Eugenio Berríos. Assassinated in 1995, Berríos worked with drug traffickers and DEA agents.
You Will Be a Duchess (French: Tu seras Duchesse) is a 1932 French romantic comedy film directed by René Guissart and starring Marie Glory, Fernand Gravey and Pierre Etchepare. It was made at the Joinville Studios by the French subsidiary of Paramount Pictures.
Former head of DINA Manuel Contreras declared to Chilean justice officials in 2005 that the CNI, successor of DINA, handed out monthly payments between 1978 and 1990 to the persons who had worked with Townley in Chile, all members of the far-right group "Patria y Libertad": Mariana Callejas (Townley's wife), Francisco Oyarzún, Gustavo Etchepare and Berríos. According to "La Nación", Berríos also worked with drug traffickers and Drug Enforcement Administration agents.
Contreras accused Augusto Pinochet of having given the order of the assassination of Orlando Letelier and of Carlos Prats. He also declared to Chilean justice in 2005 that the CNI, successor of DINA, handed out monthly payments between 1978 and 1990 to the persons who had worked with DINA agent Michael Townley in Chile, all members of "Patria y Libertad", the far-right movement which had been involved in the "Tanquetazo" : Mariana Callejas (Townley's wife), Francisco Oyarzún, Gustavo Etchepare and Eugenio Berríos. Assassinated in 1995, Berrios, who worked as a chemist for the DINA in Colonia Dignidad, also worked with drug traffickers and DEA agents.
During the 1920s, Olympique de Marseille became an important team in France, winning the Coupe de France in 1924, 1926 and 1927. The team won the French championship in 1929, defeating Club français. The Coupe de France in 1924 was the club's first major title, won against FC Sète, a side that dominated French football at the time. In the '20s, numerous French internationals, such as Jules Dewaquez, Jean Boyer or Joseph Alcazar, played for Marseille. In 1930, Marseille lost against Sète, which would be the winner, in the semi-final round. In 1931, the team became champion of the South-East, with victories against rivals such as Sète. In the Coupe de France, l'OM lost in five matches to Club français, winning the second match that was cancelled due to the disqualification of Marseille striker Vernicke. Even though the 1931–32 season was less successful, Marseille easily entered the professional ranks, becoming a member of the union of professional clubs in 1932. On 13 January 1932 at 9:15 pm, at the Brasserie des Sports, Mr. Dard, Mr. Bison, Dr. Rollenstein, Mr. Etchepare, Mr. Leblanc, Mr. Mille, Mr. Anfosso, Mr. Sabatier, Mr. Seze, Mr. Bazat, Mr. Molteroj and Mr. Pollack elected the following committee:
The group was funded by the CIA during the first year of Allende's presidency, including via the Agency's Track II program. According to Prof. Michael Stohl, and Prof. George A. Lopez, "After the failure to prevent Allende from taking office, efforts shifted to obtaining his removal. At least $7 million was authorized by the United States for CIA use in the destabilizing of Chilean society. This included financing and assisting opposition groups and right-wing paramilitary groups such as Patria y Libertad ("Fatherland and Liberty").". Although PyL was already dissolved, some of their former integrants continued collaborating with Pinochet's regime. Former head of DINA Manuel Contreras declared to Chilean justice in 2005 that the CNI, successor of DINA, handed out monthly payments between 1978 and 1990 to the persons who had worked with DINA agent Michael Townley in Chile, former members of PyL: Mariana Callejas (Townley's wife), Francisco Oyarzún, Gustavo Etchepare and Eugenio Berríos. Assassinated in 1995, Berrios, who worked as a chemist for the DINA in Colonia Dignidad, also worked with drug traffickers and DEA agents. Michael Townley has been convicted for the 1976 assassination of former Chilean minister Orlando Letelier, and was involved in the 1974 assassination of General Carlos Prats in Buenos Aires.
Wyoming Highway 212 begins at its south end at Interstate 25 (Exit 7) and travels east and north around Cheyenne to Wyoming Highway 219 (Old Yellowstone Highway) north of Cheyenne. Beginning at I-25, Wyoming Highway 212 runs concurrent with Business Loop I-25 and Business US 87 until an intersection with South Greely Hwy. (US 85). After that intersection, WYO 212 passes Laramie County Community College and turns northward toward Interstate 80. WYO 212 intersects Wyoming Highway 221 (Fox Farm Road) at before heading north to an interchange with I-80. Between the Interstate 80 interchange and US 30 (Lincolnway), Wyoming Highway 212 runs concurrent with Business Loop I-80. After intersecting US 30, WYO 212 heads north and intersects busy Dell Range Blvd. which is a busy commercial strip for shopping and stores. WYO 212 then heads north and east around Cheyenne and comes to its north end at Yellowstone Road (Wyoming Highway 219) However, Wyoming Highway 212 expands beyond both of the termini. At the southern terminus, College Drive goes over Interstate 25 toward the southbound on-off ramp. west of the soutbound-off-on ramp, it meets Etchepare Drive. Turning left will take you to the Flying J Plaza. And so as going straight. Finally, College Drive ends.