Synonyms for lahoz or Related words with lahoz
Examples of "lahoz"
Antonio Miguel Mateu
(born 12 March 1977) is a Spanish international referee who refereed at the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The school has two campuses, T.I.P. Manila and T.I.P. Quezon City, and is headed by its third president, Dr. Elizabeth Quirino-
On 15 October of the same year he enlisted in the Lombard Legion as head of battalion and "aide-de-camp" to the Mantuan general Giuseppe
Ortiz, and participated at the French invasion of the Papal State. In the Battle of Senio, General
wounded, he took command of the entire Legion, defeating the far more numerous Pontificians and capturing over one thousand prisoners, four banners and fourteen guns. He then conquered the fort of San Leo.
Castelló (born 2 May 1963 in Pancrudo) is a retired Spanish sprinter who specialised in the 400 metres. She represented her country in the 4 × 400 metres relay at the 1992 Summer Olympics, as well as three consecutive World Championships, starting in 1991.
The 20 city councillors were elected in the following order: Manuela Carmena, Nacho Murgui, Inés Sabanés, Mauricio Valiente, Rita Maestre, Pablo Carmona, Marta Higueras, Pablo Soto, Celia Mayer, Jorge García Castaño, Marta Gómez
, Guillermo Zapata, Rommy Arce, Carlos Sánchez Mato, Montserrat Galcerán, Francisco Pérez Ramos, Esther Gómez, Javier Barbero, Yolanda Rodríguez and José Manuel Calvo.
Ortiz, also known as Giuseppe La Hoz (Mantua, 1766 — Ancona, 13 September 1799) was an Italian general, Jacobin and patriot, who served the Austrian Empire, the Cisalpine Republic and then fought in the Italian anti-French insurrections in 1799.
It has developed successful artists such as Gary Valenciano, Ogie Alcasid, Randy Santiago, Monet Silvestre, Rannie Raymundo, Dingdong Avanzado, Dingdong Eduque, Montet Acoymo, Juan Miguel Salvador, Carlo Orosa, Vince Alaras, Von de Guzman and Gian Magdangal of Philippine Idol, Louie Ocampo, Mel Villena, Mon Faustino, Tats Faustino, Rowell Santiago, Manuel
, Mikoy Morales, Chito Genito, Manny Pagsuyuin (ex-Campus Radio WLS-FM DJ Jimmy Jam now with Retro 105.9 DCG-FM), Joel Salud, Dennis Buenaventura, and Dennis Barot.
In 1797 he was listed among the staff officers and aide-de-camp of the Cisalpine Army, probably as aid-de-camp of general Giuseppe
Ortiz. In 1799, in Mantua he passed in the Austrian service, taking on garrison duties in Passau until, in 1803, the city was given to the Kingdom of Bavaria. In 1804, in Wien, he married Wilhelmina Franziska von Koskull, daughter of a noble Curlandian family, and, the following year, took no part in the war against Napoleon.
(born 1976) is a Spanish writer. He was born in Barcelona, and has lived in many countries for study or work, including Portugal, Germany, Italy, Uruguay, Cuba and France. He made his debut as a novelist with "Leer del revés" (El Cobre, 2005), which featured at the Festival du Premier Roman de Chambèry (France). In 2009, he published "Los Baldrich" (Alfaguara), which was applauded by critics and readers alike. His third novel "La estación perdida" (Alfaguara, 2011), won the Premio Ojo Crítico in 2012. He ventured into juvenile literature with his book "Volverán a por mí" (La Galera, 2012), co-authored with Josan Hatero. The book won the Premio La Galera Jóvenes Lectores in 2011.
In Madrid, on 11 July 1996, Kardam married "Doña" Miriam Ungría y López, born in Madrid on 2 September 1963, a gemologist and a historian, daughter of "Don" Bernardo Ungría y Goiburu, honorary president of the Colegio Heráldico de España y de las Indias and author of "Los Títulos Nobiliarios Utilizados Como Distantivos Comerciales", and his wife, "Doña" María del Carmen López y Oleaga, both of Basque descent, paternal granddaughter of Alfonso Ungría y Gargallo (1893 - 21 December 1965) and wife María del Pilar Goiburu y Careche, great-granddaughter of Agustín Ungría y Castro (1847 - Madrid, 5 October 1930) and wife María de la Visitación Gargallo y
(1870 - Madrid, 10 March 1946), and great-great-granddaughter of Mariano Ungría y Bordería and wife Ana María de Castro.
Until 1941, the only religious establishment in Comodoro Rivadavia was the chapel in the Colegio María Auxiliadora. On the initiative of the military governor, General Armando Raggio, plans were prepared for a larger church. This led to the construction of the San Pedro Crypt, which was first used at Christmas 1949. As a result of the growth of Comodoro Rivadavia into a large city, a bishopric was established on February 11, 1957, by Pope Pius XII, encompassing the whole of Chubut Province. The first bishop of Comodoro Rivadavia was Carlos Mariano Pérez, who took up office on July 6, 1957, remaining until December 26, 1963, when he was transferred to the Archdiocese of Salta. Work on the cathedral began in 1958, above the San Pedro Crypt, and was completed in November 1978. Dedicated to the patron saint of the diocese, John Bosco ("San Juan Bosco"), the cathedral was consecrated on July 9, 1979, by Bishop Argimiro Daniel Moure in the presence of President Rafael Videla. The current bishop, Joaquín Gimeno
, was appointed on July 15, 2010, and was consecrated as a Bishop on October 15, 2010.
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