Synonyms for llopart or Related words with llopart

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Examples of "llopart"
Francesc Sabaté Llopart was killed in Sant Celoni in 1960.
Jordi Longarón i Llopart (born 1933), better known as Jorge Longarón, is a Spanish illustrator for magazines and comic strips.
Mercedes Llopart (1895 - 2 September 1970) was a Spanish soprano who later became a notable singing teacher in Italy.
Christie also translated into English the biography of Francisco Sabate Llopart, "Sabate: An Extraordinary Guerrilla", by Antonio Téllez Solá.
In 1961 she performed Amina again at Venice's La Fenice with tenor Alfredo Kraus with whom she shared the same teacher, Mercedes Llopart, and a long professional association.
Thanks to his superlative technique and careful husbanding of his vocal resources, Kraus sang onstage until his early 70s. He studied voice technique in Milan with Mercedes Llopart.
Francesc Sabaté Llopart (March 30, 1915 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Catalonia, January 5, 1960 Sant Celoni, Catalonia), also known as "El Quico", was a Catalan anarchist involved in the resistance against the Nationalist regime of Francisco Franco.
Immersed in an internal crisis, the club is in the hands of Vice President Peris de Vargas until, on June 29, 1915, Rafael Llopart arrives at the presidency and carries out a renewal of positions.
Spanish anarchist guerrilla Francesc Sabaté Llopart fought against Franco's regime until the 1960s, from a base in France. The Spanish Maquis, linked to the PCE, also fought the Franco regime long after the Spanish Civil war had ended.
Although the period of major guerrilla activity ranged from 1938 through to the early 1950s, some groups continued to fight. The end was marked by the shooting deaths of Francisco Sabate Llopart (El Quico) in 1960, and Ramon Vila ""Caracremada"" in 1963, both in Catalonia, and José Castro Veiga in Galicia in March 1965.
Behold a Pale Horse is a 1964 film directed by Fred Zinnemann and starring Gregory Peck, Omar Sharif and Anthony Quinn. The film is based on the novel "Killing a Mouse on Sunday" by Emeric Pressburger, which loosely details the life of the Spanish anarchist guerrilla Francesc Sabaté Llopart.
Soon after moving to Paris, Urtubia was asked to hide a member of the Maquis, Spanish guerrillas who opposed Franco from exile, in his house. The refugee turned out to be the fabled Francesc Sabaté Llopart. Sabaté stayed on with Urtubia for several years, until his death.
His best-known work in English is his biography of Francisco Sabater Llopart ("El Quico"), "Sabate: Guerrilla Extraordinary", translated into English by Stuart Christie. He also produced biographies of anarchist resistance fighters like Francisco Ponzán Vidal, Agustín Remiro, Jose Luis Facerias and Salvador Puig Antich.
Jorge "Jordi" Llopart Ribas (born 5 May 1952) is a retired Spanish race walker. He competed in the 50 km event at the 1980, 1984 and 1988 Olympics and won a silver medal in 1980. He was a European champion in this event in 1978.
This small company was acquired in 1944 by two young entrepreneurs: Joan Llopart and Enric Riera. With the availability of plastic in the 1950s, the company expanded the range of its products and introduced in its catalog sanitary and household products. This then led to the figures of plastic toys decorated by hand.
Montserrat Gibert i Llopart (born 1948, Barcelona) was the mayor of Sant Boi de Llobregat (a Catalan town near Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain) until 2007. Gibert studied at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and moved to Sant Boi in 1971 to teach. Together with other local teachers she established a cooperative school, l´escola Barrufet. She was also active in establishing the Collective of Catalan Public Schools (CEPEPC). She joined the Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC) in 1982.
The summit of the mountain is occupied by the Sagrat Cor church and adjacent Tibidabo Amusement Park. The Torre de Collserola telecommunications tower is a short walk away. All three are prominently visible from most of the city of Barcelona. Designed by Enric Sagnier, the church took 60 years to construct and is topped by a sculpture of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Josep Miret Llopart.
He was born as Bernabé Martínez Remacha, the sixth and last child of his family, in Villarroya de la Sierra in the Province of Zaragoza, Aragon. His early musical training was in the saxophone in his municipal band. He later studied singing in Zaragoza, the Madrid Royal Conservatory under José Luis Lloret, the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, and the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena. He also had lessons with the soprano Mercedes Llopart in Milan.
The Spanish government under Franco continued to persecute "criminals" until its demise. In the earlier years, some prisons were filled up to fourteen times their capacity, with prisoners hardly able to move about. People were often locked up simply for carrying a union card. Active militants were often less fortunate; thousands were shot or hanged. Two of the most able Resistance fighters, Jose Luis Facerias and Francisco Sabater Llopart (often called "Sabaté"), were simply shot by police forces; many anarchists met a similar fate.
"Sly" was first performed at La Scala in Milan on 29 December 1927 with Aureliano Pertile and Mercedes Llopart. The latter was a last minute replacement for Margaret Sheridan who became ill days before the performance. Turin heard Sly in February 1928, before the run at La Scala was finished, with the great Nino Piccaluga in the title role and Valeria Manna as Dolly. Dresden and Hannover were the first German cities to hear it, during the autumn, while Nino Piccaluga and Gina Cigna sang it in Trieste.