Synonyms for juca or Related words with juca

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Examples of "juca"
Bilac also translated, into Portuguese, Wilhelm Busch's "Max and Moritz" as "As Travessuras de Juca e Chico" ("Juca and Chico's Pranks").
"Juca may also refer to Juliano Roberto Antonello."
"I-Juca-Pirama" means, in Old Tupi, "He who must be killed".
Formiga Esporte Clube play their home games at Estádio Juca Pedro. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 2,500 people.
Barras Futebol Club play their home games at Estádio Juca Fortes. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 4,870 people.
Clube Sociedade Esportiva play their home games at Estádio Juca Sampaio. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 8,000 people.
Júlio Cernadas Pereira (13 January 1929 – 11 October 2007), commonly known as Juca, was a Portuguese football midfielder and coach.
Juca de Oliveira (born José de Oliveira Santos; March 16, 1935 in Itapira, São Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian actor.
Izabal Juventud Católica, also known as "Juca de Izabal", is a Guatemalan football club based in Puerto Barrios, Izabal Department.
There were 17 Ministers of Culture. The first was José Aparecido de Oliveira, and the last, Juca Ferreira.
In September 2011, after four years abroad, Juca returned to Brazil and signed with Ceará. He played there until the end of the 2012 season. In January 2013, Juca moved to the United Arab Emirates and joined Dubai until the end of the 2012–13 season.
The Minister of Culture, Juca Ferreira, and the governor of Rio de Janeiro, Sergio Cabral, attended the inauguration of the first library park.
On 15 June 2007, Juca completed his move to Partizan on a two-year deal, becoming the first ever Brazilian player to join the club. He made his official debut for Partizan on 19 July 2007, helping his team to a 6–1 away win over Zrinjski in the first leg of the UEFA Cup first qualifying round. Juca scored his first competitive goal for the club on 26 September 2007 in a 4–1 Serbian Cup win over Rad. His first season in Serbia was a success with Juca helping Partizan win the national league and cup titles. In his second season at Partizan, Juca appeared 18 times and scored two goals, winning another double.
In June 2009, Juca moved to Spain on a free transfer to play for Deportivo La Coruña. He signed a contract which would keep him at the club until June 2011. Juca made his La Liga debut on 29 August 2009, playing the full 90 minutes in a 2–3 loss against Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabéu. He scored his first goal for the club on 23 September 2009, as Deportivo won 3–0 against Xerez.
Seabra was officially the team selector, while Juca would be the coach for the UEFA Euro 1988 qualifying. The absence of all the members of the national team present at the recent World Cup, made the mission of qualifying almost impossible. The unlikely partnership lasted 6 matches, with one win, 4 draws and 1 loss. After the 2–2 draw with Malta, Seabra resigned and Juca assumed full functions for the rest of the qualifyings.
The presentation consists of three verses, twenty minutes each. The narrators are Arnaldo Antunes, Bete Coelho, Chico Buarque, Juca de Oliveira, Maria Bethânia, Paulo José and Zélia Duncan among others.
Starring Glória Menezes, Tarcísio Meira, Tony Ramos, Edson Celulari, Marcos Palmeira, Letícia Sabatella, Adriana Esteves, Juca de Oliveira, Cláudia Raia, Natália do Valle and Maitê Proença in the lead roles.
Juca Chaves (born 22 October 1938 in Rio de Janeiro, as Jurandyr Czaczkes) is a Brazilian comedian, singer and writer well known for his irreverence. He is the son of Austrian Jewish immigrants.
Juliano Roberto Antonello (born 19 November 1979), commonly known as Juca, is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as a defensive midfielder. He is best known for his tackling, great teamwork and powerful shooting ability.
Starring Giovanna Antonelli, Murilo Benício, Adriana Lessa, Juca de Oliveira, Eliane Giardini, Stênio Garcia, Letícia Sabatella, Antônio Calloni, Débora Falabella, Marcello Novaes, Dalton Vigh, Daniela Escobar, Reginaldo Faria and Vera Fischer.