Synonyms for febres or Related words with febres

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Examples of "febres"
He was governor until 1988, when Febres-Cordero's administration ended.
Leovanna Orlandini Febres-Cordero (born August 27, 1978 in Guayaquil) is a former Miss Ecuador contestant, international model, architect, and actress, also she is known for being León Febres-Cordero grand daughter.
In 1984, he was actively involved in the release of national political figure Leon Febres-Cordero. Febres Cordero won the elections for President of Ecuador, meanwhile Manuel Felix Lopez was elected Provincial Deputy, dignity he held until 1988.
Ricardo "Ricky" Tosso Febres (February 21, 1960 – September 11, 2016) was a Peruvian actor.
Noboa was being accused of mishandling the country's foreign debt by former president, León Febres Cordero.
Santos Febres, Mayra. Cuentos de oficio. Antología de cuentistas emergentes en Puerto Rico. Carolina: Terranova, 2005.
Past recipients include Alfonso Reece Dousdebés, Esteban Michelena, Francisco Febres Cordero.
Santos-Febres' most recent novel is "La amante de Gardel" (2015).
Francisco Luis Febres-Cordero y Muñoz was born in Ecuador on 7 November 1854 to Francisco María Febres-Cordero y Montoya and Ana de Jesús Muñoz y Cárdenas. His siblings were Aurelio Febres-Cordero y Muñoz and Ana de Jesús Febres-Cordero y Muñoz. He was born with a disease that rendered him incapable of standing or walking. This ceased at the age of five when he received a vision of the Mother of God. At the age of eight he was—attributed as a miracle at the time—saved from being mauled to death at the hands of a wild bull. His mother took great care of him and also assumed charge of his education until he was nine. After the death of his mother he welcomed his stepmother Heloise Santillán and half brother Benjamín Febres-Cordero Santillán.
Santos Febres, Mayra, ed Mal(h)ab(l)ar: antología de nueva literatura puertorriqueña. PR: Yagunzo Press, 1997.
Francisco Luis Febres-Cordero y Muñoz (7 November 1854 – 9 February 1910), known as Saint Miguel Febres Cordero and more popularly as Brother Miguel, was an Ecuadorian Roman Catholic religious brother. He became a professed member of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, colloquially known as the La Salle Brothers. He assumed the name Miguel upon his admittance into the order.
Febres Cordero, a close ally of US President Ronald Reagan, was sharply criticized for an increase in human rights violations, including torture and extrajudicial killings. Current President Rafael Correa established a truth commission to investigate human rights violations, particularly those that occurred during Febres Cordero's administration.
The "Nindo Ryu Bujutsu Kai" is a martial arts federation founded in 1979. It has a gendai ninjutsu division under the direction of Carlos R. Febres. Febres was a former student of Shoto Tanemura and T. Higushi and studies with of Ron Duncan and Bo Munthe. "Nindo Ryu Gendai Ninjutsu" uses modern application and interpretation of the "Takamatsuden, Koga (koka) & eclectic schools of ninjutsu.
In January 2008 a court released the wife and two children of former naval official Hector Febres, who died of cyanide poisoning in prison while facing charges of torture. They still faced charges on suspicion that they helped Febres commit suicide. In March a federal court released two Coast Guard constables who were arrested in connection with the case.
The Febres Cordero government promoted a conservative economic policy. While some praised Febres Cordero's economic policies, they became largely unpopular with most Ecuadorians. Several of his ministers were accused of corruption. His Finance Minister (and future Vice President), Alberto Dahik, was impeached by Congress.
George Febres (born "Jorge Xavier Febres Cordero Icaza", Guayaquil, 10 September 1943 – 1996) was an Ecuadorian-born painter, internationally acclaimed for his wildly imaginative style and humorous "visual puns." His is especially known for his banana motif which often appeared in his paintings. His work was an important part of the dynamic upswing in New Orleans visual arts in the late 20th century.
Febres is a civil parish in the municipality of Cantanhede, Portugal. The population in 2011 was 3,352, in an area of 22.94 km².
Santos-Febres currently teaches at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, and she was a 2009 Guggenheim Fellow in fiction.
Héctor Febres (died 10 December 2007) was an Argentine coastguard officer who died while awaiting sentencing after being tried for torture.
Febres was accused of having tortured dissidents during Argentina's Dirty War period. Thousands of dissidents were tortured at the Navy School of Mechanics, known as ESMA, for seven years beginning in 1976. Febrés was accused of torturing prisoners at the ESMA, and the prosecution had asked for life imprisonment. Febres was found dead in his cell from apparent cyanide poisoning days before he was to be sentenced. His wife and adult children, and two guards, were arrested in connection with his death; they had dined with him the previous evening. It was reported that "Febres had stories to tell and many suspected he might talk", and police were investigating whether he was murdered or killed himself; prosecution lawyers were convinced he was silenced by people linked to the military. Febres would have been the first person from the ESMA to be sentenced.