Synonyms for gilmar or Related words with gilmar

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Examples of "gilmar"
Professor Gilmar (teacher Gilmar): a lawyer who now works in the university Boça studies, Gilmar is very successful with the ladies and a respected lawyer in the ADEBRA (Associacao de Adevogados Do Brasil), and a great dancer.
•2002 - Antologia Poética (Org. Gilmar de Carvalho)
Gilmar Jose da Silva Filho (born 28 November 1988 in São Paulo), commonly known as Gilmar, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a forward for Caxias do Sul in the Brazil.
Anna Sui Jeans was a bridge line launched in 1994 by the designer and Italian fashion company Gilmar S.P.A.. The Italian company was also involved in collaborating on the designer's main Anna Sui line and Sui had been designing and consulting for several Gilmar brands including Cento X Cento together with Marc Jacobs. Around this time, Gilmar also rolled out a jeans line for Christian Lacroix. Sui collaborated on branding for the line with New York artist Michael Economy and the collaboration with Gilmar lasted until 2004.
Cons: Gilmar Mendes, Dias Toffoli, Marco Aurélio Mello, Celso de Mello, Cezar Peluso. [14]
Gilmar is a popular Brazilian given name. It may refer to the following:
Gilmar was signed by MetroStars, on loan, as a replacement for Clint Mathis in 2001.
Top Scorer: Gilmar , Balu , Ricardo Rocha , Paulo Sérgio , Mazinho , Elzo , Raí , Bobô , Bismarck , Bizu and Túlio
Roger began his career at Flamengo in 1991 when he was a reserve Gilmar.
On 24 March 2017 Koeiman was succeeded as Prime Minister by Gilmar Pisas.
Eder Gilmar Arias Angulo (born 11 April 1983) is a Colombian footballer who plays as defender.
Gilmar Dal Pozzo (born 1 September 1969) is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as goalkeeper and the current Manager
Team: Gilmar , Alfinete , Ricardo Rocha , Dario Pereyra , Nelsinho , Bernardo , Pita , Jorginho , Sérgio Araújo , Careca and João Paulo
Gilmar competed for Brazil at the 1984 Summer Olympics, and was part of the victorious 1994 FIFA World Cup squad.
Gilmar Popoca (born 18 February 1964) is a Brazilian former footballer who competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics
Gilmar Antônio Batista (born 16 May 1970 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian retired professional association football player.
After the 2014 World Cup, Gilmar was announced as General Coordinator of the Brazilian National Team Selection.
Gilmar Lobato da Rocha (born 17 October 1973 in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte), known simply as Gilmar, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a central midfielder. He also held Portuguese citizenship, due to the many years spent in the country (14 seasons in representation of four teams).
In the book by Alex Bellos, "Futebol: The Brazilian Way of Life", it is reported that Gilmar is named after his parents, Gilberto and Maria. Gilmar was the starting goalkeeper for Pele's world-famous Santos and Brazilian national teams of the 1960s. Therefore, he's famous around the world as "Pele's goalkeeper." In 1998, he was awarded the FIFA Order of Merit.
His brother, Gilmar Gutierrez, was the party's presidential candidate in the 2006 elections. Gilmar received 17% of the vote and came in third place. However, the party won 23 of 100 seats and was the second largest party in Congress, where no party had anything close to a majority. Defections to the government left the party with 19 seats.