Synonyms for isasi or Related words with isasi


Examples of "isasi"
Evaristo Isasi Colmán (born 26 October 1955) is a former football striker from Paraguay. Isasi was characterized by his phenomenal pace, dribbling and scoring abilities.
The jury of this section comprised Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi and Carles Fabregat
Iñaki Isasi Flores (born April 20, 1977 in Respaldiza, in Álava) is a former Spanish racing cyclist who competed professionally for the team throughout his career. Isasi turned professional in 2001 and did not record a major result of note as a professional. Isasi can climb and sprint and was a feature in many breakaways in the 2006 Tour de France where he finished 3rd on stage 3 won by Óscar Freire of .
He has one daughter, María Isasi from his relationship with the actress Marisa Paredes.
Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi (born 22 March 1927) is a Spanish film director and producer.
Jose Isasi was born in 1944 in Havana, Cuba and immigrated to USA in 1960. Isasi became a naturalized Citizen of the United States in 1971. In 1965 he married Flora Maria Appel and they had four sons: Jose II, Domingo, Fredrick, and William. Isasi has lived and worked in USA, Cuba, Venezuela, England, Japan, Germany, and Switzerland and has been a resident of North Carolina since 1976. Isasi's company consists of the following components:
José Antonio Isasi (Havana, August 14, 1944) is a Cuban-American businessman.
Joel Isasi González (; born July 31, 1967) is a former sprinter from Cuba.
He married in Algorta on 5 September 1881 his second and fourth cousin María de Isasi y Murgoitio (Bilbao, 10 September 1854 - 1 January 1934), daughter of Andrés de Isasi, 1st Marquis of Barambio (Barambio, Vitoria-Gasteiz, 1 December 1820 - Bilbao, 29 March 1918) and wife (m. 28 November 1851) Josefa Ceferina de Murgoitio y de Urrecha, Administrator of a Majorat in Durango, who was born in Durango on 25 August 1827 and had issue, including Spanish Diplomat Ernesto de Zulueta e Isasi.
Juan Francisco Arnaldo Isasi (died 1655) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Puerto Rico (1656-1661).
Ernesto de Zulueta e Isasi (26 April 1892, in Bilbao – 9 September 1969, in Madrid), Spanish Diplomat.
Jorge Manuel Isasi (born in Paraguay) is a Paraguayan footballer currently playing for Santiago Morning of the Primera B Chilena.
At its IV edition, the Festival Jury comprised Jacqueline Bisset as president, Carlos Bardem and Antonio Isasi.
Juan Ramón Isasi (born 22 September 1959 in Asunción, Paraguay) is a former football forward. Isasi played for most of his career in Universidad Católica. He was part of the 1984 Universidad Católica team that won the Primera División de Chile. He was a member of the Paraguayan squad at the 1979 FIFA World Youth Championship.
Fort Borbón was founded on September 25, 1792 by the King’s Chief of Dragoons (cavalry), José Antonio Zavala y Delgadillo, with José de Isasi as its first commander.
During that time, Bobby became close to legendary Spanish filmmaker, Sr. Don Antonio Isasi and was able to learn the rudiments of movie directing.
Rosario Isasi is a health and human rights attorney, whose research and work focuses on the regulation of human genetic technologies.
The Summertime Killer (also known as "Target Removed") is a 1972 crime film directed by Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi and starring Olivia Hussey.
Néstor Isasi (born 9 April 1970 in Encarnación, Paraguay) is a former Paraguayan footballer who played in clubs of Paraguay, Brazil, Chile and Peru.
Isasi holds a J.D. from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (1992) and a Master of Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health (2002).