Synonyms for llorca or Related words with llorca

olarte              parera              benlloch              moliner              asensi              lorente              corominas              luengo              foronda              morillas              exposito              lluch              planas              villela              quijada              vilalta              samaniego              herreros              figuerola              piquer              barrado              barradas              rabanal              caparros              garmendia              molero              pinzon              bernad              barcellos              insausti              sanchis              sobrino              ferreras              isasi              soldevila              tellechea              mansilla              navajas              zabalza              cortazar              isaza              mattoso              peluffo              cancino              quiles              oteiza              coderch              rencoret              sureda              iriarte             

Examples of "llorca"
"Related to Firmalo, Llorca, and Fabella Families"
"Related to Fetalino, Madrona and Llorca Families"
Llorca is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Gabriel Cisneros, Miguel Herrero y Rodríguez de Miñón and José Pedro Pérez Llorca
2006 ICONICA, curated by Pablo Llorca, Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid, Spain
Llorca has played with National 3x3 team, winning the silver medal at the 2015 European Games.
Llorca was born in Cadiz on 30 November 1940. He graduated from the Universidad Complutense, Madrid, with a law degree.
Iva Budařová / Sandra Wasserman defeated Anna-Karin Olsson / Marie-Jose Llorca 1–6, 6–3, 6–2
Alejandro Llorca Castillo (born January 26, 1989) is a Spanish basketball player, who plays the shooting guard position. He's currently playing for Montakit Fuenlabrada of the Liga ACB.
Samuel Llorca Ripoll (born 26 April 1985), known simply as Samuel, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Racing de Santander as a central defender.
Gold was originally composed of five musicians : Lucien Crémadès (guitar, vocals), Alain Llorca (bass, vocals), Bernard Mazauric (keyboards), Etienne Salvador (drums) and lead singer/guitarist Emile Wandelmer.
In 2003, Roger Vergé retired from the business of cooking. He turned his flagship restaurant, "Le Moulin de Mougins", over to fellow French chef Alain Llorca.
She will make her debut in Alice Tully Hall in New York in November with the opera "Las horas vacías" ("The Empty Hours") by Ricardo Llorca.
Iva Budařová and Sandra Wasserman won in the final 1–6, 6–3, 6–2 against Anna-Karin Olsson and Marie Jose Llorca.
Following the retirement of Vergé, the Moulin was taken over by Alain Llorca, who had been head chef at the Michelin-starred Chantecler dining room in the Hotel Negresco in Nice.
Wasserman won her only doubles title at Barcelona, Spain on 25 April 1988, partnering Iva Budařová and beating Anna-Karin Olsson and Maria Jose Llorca 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the final.
José Pedro Pérez-Llorca (born 30 November 1940) is a Spanish lawyer and Spain's former minister of foreign affairs, who was in office from 1980 to 1982. He is also one of the contributors to Spain's constitution of 1978.
Llorca has had several positions on the boards of different firms. He cofounded a law firm, namely Pérez-Llorca, in 1983 and has been chairing the firm since then. He is the former chairman of Urquijo Leasing and AEG Ibérica, and a former member of the Board of Telefónica and of the Madrid Stock Exchange Council. He is a member of the board of trustees of the FAES Foundation and of the international airlines group (IAG). He was named as the president of the royal board of trustees of the Museo Nacional del Prado on 25 October 2012. He replaced Plácido Arango in the post.
Following Suárez's resignation in 1982, the new President of the Government of Spain Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo seemed inclined to inaugurate relations between Spain and Israel but this had to wait for the next government due to the pro-Arab stance of the Foreign Minister José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, which argued against recognition as a response to Israel's links to the Sabra and Shatila massacre, and fears of an oil embargo as reprisal by Arab countries. Pérez-Llorca later became an advisor for Kuwait Petroleum.
Ricardo Llorca (born August 29, 1962) is a Spanish-born composer of classical music and opera. A member of the Juilliard School faculty since 1996, he was a recipient of the Premio Virgen de la Almudena for Composition in 1999 and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2001.