Synonyms for moscoso or Related words with moscoso

mujica              balladares              calero              febres              arnulfo              baldomero              arosemena              lleras              melchor              endara              benavides              madrazo              mireya              herminio              gaviria              fructuoso              celestino              callejas              ahumada              zuloaga              indalecio              acevedo              hurtado              florencio              carazo              batlle              sixto              cifuentes              teodoro              belisario              samper              porras              mosquera              arredondo              batres              betancourt              nemesio              casimiro              ponciano              labastida              rogelio              borrero              moyano              jimenes              eliecer              gabino              bonilla              villarroel              donaldo              balmaceda             



Examples of "moscoso"
After the Kennedy assassination, Moscoso returned to Puerto Rico. In 1966, Moscoso headed the Commonwealth Oil Refining Co. ("CORCO"). From 1973 to 1976 Moscoso became again the head of "Fomento".
Moscoso's parents were Teodoro Moscoso Rodriguez, the founder of ""Farmacias Moscoso"" (Moscoso Pharmacies), in Ponce, Puerto Rico, and Alejandrina Mora Fajardo, from the Balearic island of Majorca, Spain. Alejandrina was pregnant when she and her husband were visiting Barcelona, Spain. Moscoso Mora was born during their visit and soon afterward the Moscosos returned to Puerto Rico. Moscoso Rodriguez attended to his pharmacy, which was located in the center of Ponce.
Donoso Pareja married Judith Gutiérrez Moscoso from Babahoyo, divorcing in 1967. By Gutiérrez Moscoso, had Leonor, died as an adolescent, Maria del Carmen
Ruby Moscoso de Young served as First Lady of Panama from September 1, 1999 to September 1, 2004, during the presidential administration of her younger sister Mireya Moscoso.
Moscoso took office on September 1, 1999. Because she was divorced when she assumed the presidency, her older sister Ruby Moscoso de Young served as her First Lady.
Also in 1991, Moscoso married businessman Richard Gruber. The couple adopted a son, Richard (born 1992). Moscoso and Gruber divorced in 1997.
1983 Third award - Salón Nacional “José Abraham Moscoso.” Latacunga.
Alvaro Moscoso was born in Cáceres, Spain in 1493.
alcalde de Huarmey sr. Felix Federico Moscoso Vite
Moscoso still lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
•Claimed P Guillermo Moscoso off waivers from the Colorado Rockies.
Dr. Rafael Ma. Moscoso National Botanical Garden (Jardin Botanico Nacional Dr. Rafael Ma. Moscoso) is a botanical garden in the heart of Santo Domingo. The park was founded in 1976 and was named after Dr. Rafael Ma. Moscoso, a Dominican botanist who cataloged the flora on the island of Hispaniola.
On January 16, 2012, Moscoso was traded, along with fellow pitcher Josh Outman, to the Colorado Rockies for outfielder Seth Smith. Moscoso went 3-2 with a 6.12 ERA with 50 innings in 23 appearances, 3 starts.
On May 2, 1999, Mireya Moscoso, the widow of former President Arnulfo Arias Madrid, defeated PRD candidate Martín Torrijos, son of the late dictator. The elections were considered free and fair. Moscoso took office on September 1, 1999.
On May 2, 1999, Mireya Moscoso, the widow of former President Arnulfo Arias Madrid, defeated PRD candidate Martín Torrijos, son of the late dictator. The elections were considered free and fair. Moscoso took office on September 1, 1999.
Conrado Moscoso of Bolivia was the surprise silver medalist. Moscoso defeated the 2012 silver medalist Polo Gutierrez of Mexico in the quarterfinals and the beat fellow Bolivian Carlos Keller in the semi-finals to reach the final.
He married Luisa López de Moscoso and they were the parents of Sancho Fernández de Ovando.
In 2008 to 51 years, civil marriage with Olga Rojas Moscoso Freedom.
The Toronto Blue Jays announced that they had claimed Moscoso on waivers on March 16, 2013.
On March 27, 2013, Moscoso was claimed on waivers by the Chicago Cubs.