Synonyms for figuerola or Related words with figuerola

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Examples of "figuerola"
Figuerola can also refer to a sports supplement brand
Enrique Figuerola Camue (born July 15, 1938) is a retired sprinter from Cuba.
Figuerola del Camp is a municipality in the "comarca" of Alt Camp, province of Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain.
La Cogulla (Figuerola del Camp) is a mountain of Catalonia, Spain. It has an elevation of 785 metres above sea level.
The Coyote of "El Coyote" was a creation of Spanish novelist José Mallorquí Figuerola writing as Carter Mulford beginning with a novel of the same name in 1943.
Enrique Moles was born on 26 August 1883 in Vila de Gràcia near Barcelona to Pedro Moles Alrich and Maria Ormella Figuerola, both of which died while he was still infant.
Agustín Figuerola (born January 27, 1985 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine rugby union footballer for Brive in the Top 14. He has played at both scrum-half and fly-half. He has also played for Argentina.
Justo Figuerola (June 18, 1771 in Lambayeque, Peru – May 23, 1854 in Lima, Peru) served as the 18th (March 15, 1843 to March 20, 1843) and 21st (August 11, 1844 to October 7, 1844) President of Peru.
This mountain is the highest summit of the Serra de Miramar; it is located between the municipal limits of Figuerola del Camp, in the Alt Camp comarca, and Montblanc, Conca de Barberà.
In the final, American Bob Hayes tied the world record of 10.0 seconds and won the gold medal. Enrique Figuerola of Cuba and Harry Jerome of Canada tied the old Olympic record time and both won silver.
Laureano Figuerola y Ballester (4 July 1816, Calaf - 28 February 1903, Madrid) was a Spanish lawyer, economist and politician who served as the Ministro de Hacienda y Administraciones Públicas (now the Ministro de Economía, Industria y Competitividad) during the Sexenio Democrático. He is best known for officially establishing the peseta as Spain's currency.
Hermes Ramírez ("Hermes Julián Ramírez Limonta;" born January 7, 1948) is a former sprinter from Cuba. Together with Juan Morales, Pablo Montes, and Enrique Figuerola he won an Olympic silver medal in 4 x 100 metres relay in Mexico City 1968. His other achievements include four 100 m and 200 m titles at the Central American and Caribbean Championships.
Blomkvist hires Dragan Armansky's Milton Security to handle countersurveillance. Armansky, on his own initiative, informs Säpo Constitutional Protection Director Torsten Edklinth about the constitutional violations. Edklinth, along with his assistant Monica Figuerola, begins a clandestine investigation into the Section. After Figuerola confirms the allegations, Edklinth contacts the Justice Minister and the Prime Minister who approve a full investigation by Constitutional Protection, and later invite Blomkvist to a confidential meeting in which they are to share information. They agree to Blomkvist's deadline—he intends to publish his findings about the state's manipulation of Salander's constitutional rights on 15 July, the third day of her trial, and the government agree to arrest any identified ringleaders of the Section at the same time.
The Casa Rull is a building located at Carrer de Sant Joan, 27, 43201 in Reus, Catalonia, Spain. Since 1925, the City Council of Reus has owned the building, and is currently the headquarters of the Institute of Cultural Action for Reus. The building was designed in 1900 by the Modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner and commissioned by the notary Pere Rull i Trilla of Reus. Construction was completed by 1901. In 1996, it was renovated by the local architect Joan Figuerola.
Figuerola was born in Traiguera, Castellón. His professional career began, along with other future artists of Bruguera, in the studios of Dibujos Animados Chamartín, where he participated in the production of series like "Civilón" (1942-1944) and "Garabatos" (1943-1945) In 1947 he began working for Bruguera publishing, creating the series "El repórter Tribulete, que en todas partes se mete" (1947), "Las tremebundas fazañas de Don Furcio Buscabollos" (1947), "Cucufato Pi" (1949) and "Amapolo Nevera" (1952) for magazines "Pulgarcito" and "El DDT".
She turned professional in 2003 and played her first singles event in Mollerusa in August of that year. After defeating Matilde Munoz-Gonzalves in the first qualifying round (7–5, 7–5), she lost to Laura Figuerola-Foix in the second qualifying round (6–7(5), 4–6). After a full year on the ITF circuit, Zhang finished 2004 with a year-end ranking of 901st.
Guillermo Cifré Figuerola (1922–1962), known by his first name, Cifré, was a Spanish cartoonist, illustrator and animator, creator of some of the most representative characters of the "Bruguera school", such as "El repórter Tribulete" (about an incompetent journalist and his tyrannical boss) and "Don Furcio Buscabollos", about an unlucky knight and his talking mare in a pseudo-medieval world. Some of his characters were the old bachelor type such as Cucufato Pi or Golondrino Pérez.
Antoni Fabrés i Costa, Henry Guy Fangel, Manuel Feliu de Lemus, Enric Ferau i Alsina, "Ferdinando dei Ritratti", Pere Fernández, Ángel Ferrant Vázquez, Jaume Ferrer, Joan Ferrer Miró, Giovanni da Fiesole, Mino da Fiesole, Alfred Figueras, Joaquim Figuerola Fernández, Josep Bernat Flaugier, Govert Flinck, Marià Foix i Prats, Enric Folgosa Martí, Francesc Fontanals Rovirosa, Joan Fontcuberta, Damià Forment, Pere Formiguera, Marià Fortuny Marsal, "Fra Angelico", Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Jacques de França, Vincenzo Frediani, Ferran Freixa, Francis Frith, Arthur Burdett Frost, Manuel Fuxà Leal.
Prominent Spaniards — including Laureano Figuerola, Segismundo Moret, Gumersindo de Azcárate, Antonio Alcalá Galiano, Antonio Cánovas del Castillo, Miguel de Unamuno, Fernando de los Ríos and Manuel Azaña — have served as presidents of the Ateneo. On May 28, 2009 Carlos París Amador was elected president. Members have included six Prime Ministers, all Spanish Nobel Prize winners, Spanish politicians of the Second Republic and the members of the Generations of 1898, of and 1927.
Isona i Conca Dellà is a municipality in the "comarca" of the Pallars Jussà in Catalonia, Spain. It is situated in the valley of the Conques river in the south-east of the "comarca". It was formed in 1970 by the fusion of the following municipalities: Isona, Basturs, Benavent de la Conca, Biscarri, Conques, Covet, Gramenet, Llordà, Masos de Sant Martí, Montodó, Orcau i Figuerola d'Orcau, Sant Romà d'Abella and Siall. The town hall is in Isona. The municipality is served by the C-1412 road between Artesa de Segre and Tremp, and is linked to Coll de Nargó by the L-511. It includes a small exclave to the south.