Synonyms for pomares or Related words with pomares

lacambra              rencoret              banegas              grijalba              amarilis              lucila              yadira              yudith              milayda              tejerina              legarreta              rosamaria              castanho              saldarriaga              manterola              guinle              magalys              senra              carabias              palavecino              deyanira              rugama              niurka              jackeline              yamile              llongueras              neyra              anabella              vilchez              gaete              faiad              mederos              amengual              joxemari              edesio              larraga              bengell              ohaco              yelitza              lizeth              balbino              velilla              calizaya              samayoa              amundaray              guilarte              etelvina              isabelita              zambrana              vinyes             



Examples of "pomares"
BARCELLOS, Vera. Pomares Magazine. Fundação Vera Chaves Barcellos, 2010.
Edwards has a daughter named Destiny Edwards-Pomares and a son named Yvan.
Saturnino Grech Pomares (born 6 June 1914 – 31 July 2007) is a former Spanish football manager.
Chinandega Airport (Spanish: "Pista Aérea Germán Pomares Ordoñez") is an airfield located in Chinandega, Nicaragua.
Aparicio Pomares District is one of eight districts of the province Yarowilca in Peru.
Alba Pomares López (born 29 August 1995) is a Spanish football forward currently playing for RCD Espanyol.
Nelly Barnet, Ana Díaz, Erenia Díaz, Ana María García, Mavis Guilarte, Libertad González, Sirenia Martínez, Mercedes Pérez, Mercedes Pomares, Imilsis Téllez, and Lucila Urgelles.
José Antonio Fernández Pomares (born 3 December 1989), commonly known as Josan, is a Spanish footballer who plays for Albacete Balompié mainly as a right winger.
In urban areas, the MILPAS was associated with the Frente Obrero and MAP-ML. In rural areas, they fought in the north with Germán Pomares, "El Danto."
She was born Anita Evelyn Pomares to Marino Leo, Sr. (b. Brooklyn) and Maude Evelyn (née Mullane) Pomares. She had one brother, Marino Jr., who later worked for her as a gym instructor while her mother worked as her secretary and her father as her chauffeur. Page's paternal grandfather Marino was from Spain who had worked as a consul in El Salvador; her grandmother Anna Muñoz was of (Castillian) Spanish descent. She was of maternal Yankee and French descent.
As a junior international Gili won the 2010 and 2011 U-17 European Championships, assisting Alba Pomares in the 2011 final's overtime winner. She scored one goal in the 2010 U-17 World Cup against New Zealand.
Maricely del Carmen González Pomares (born 28 February 1988 in Panama City, Panama) is a Panamanian model and beauty pageant contestant. She was the winner of the Miss Panama World 2012 title on 30 March 2012 for the Miss World 2012 contest.
Kimsa Ukru Punta (Quechua "kimsa" three, "ukru" hole, pit, hollow, "punta" peak; ridge, "three hollows peak", also spelled "Quinsaucro Punta") is a mountain in the Andes of Peru which reaches a height of approximately . It is located in the Huánuco Region, Yarowilca Province, Aparicio Pomares District.
, the Mayor of Bloomfield is Democrat Michael J. Venezia, whose term of office ends December 31, 2016. Members of the Bloomfield Township Council are Carlos Bernard (D, 2017; Third Ward), Elias N. Chalet (D, 2017; First Ward), Wartyna "Nina" Davis (D, 2016; at-large), Nicholas Joanow (D, 2017; Second Ward), Joseph Lopez (D, 2016; at-large) and Carlos Pomares (D, 2016; at-large).
Atuq Wachanan (Quechua "atuq" fox, "wacha" birth, to give birth, "-na", "-n" suffixes, "where the fox is born", also spelled "Atoc-Huachanan") is a mountain in the Andes of Peru. It is located in the Huánuco Region, Yarowilca Province, Aparicio Pomares District.
Qullqa Punta (Quechua "qullqa, qulqa" deposit, storehouse, "punta" peak; ridge; first, before, in front of, "deposit peak", also spelled "Julca Punta") is a high mountain in the Andes of Peru. It is located in the Huánuco Region, Yarowilca Province, Aparicio Pomares District.
this team has already disappeared from the professional baseball league and its franchise was bought by "los Gigantes del Rivas" now the best team in Nicaragua talking about the structure of baseball players. Leon team is still playing but only in GPO(German Pomares Ordoñez) the national league where only national players play.
Relations with Nicaragua had also become more difficult, especially after civil conflict had increased in that nation in the late 1970s. In March 1978, Honduran soldiers captured Germán Pomares, a leader of the Sandinista National Liberation Front ("Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional", FSLN), the guerrilla force fighting against the regime of Anastasio Somoza Debayle in Nicaragua. Pomares was held until the end of June, but Nicaraguan requests for extradition were denied, and he was ultimately flown to Panama. As fighting in Nicaragua escalated in 1978 and early 1979, Honduras found itself in a difficult position. Honduras did not want to support the unpopular Somoza regime but feared the Marxist leanings of the FSLN. In addition, beginning in September 1978, Honduras had become burdened with an ever-growing number of refugees from Nicaragua.
In December 1974, a guerrilla group affiliated with FSLN directed by Eduardo Contreras and Germán Pomares seized government hostages at a party in the house of the Minister of Agriculture in the Managua suburb Los Robles, among them several leading Nicaraguan officials and Somoza relatives. The siege was carefully timed to take place after the departure of the US ambassador from the gathering. At 10:50 pm, a group of 15 young guerrillas and their commanders, Pomares and Contreras, entered the house. They killed the Minister, who tried to shoot them, during the takeover. The guerrillas received US$2 million ransom, and had their official communiqué read over the radio and printed in the newspaper "La Prensa".
Nuria Pomares is a dancer. She was born in Madrid and studied Spanish and Classical ballet at the Royal High School of Dance. Her professional debut was at Lincoln Center in 1991. She has danced at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid and the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. She was a soloist with Jose Antonio y los Ballets Españoles for one year and danced with Joaquín Cortés in "Pasión Gitana" for 4 years. Since 2002, she has danced in the opera "La vida breve" by Manuel de Falla under the direction of Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos throughout the United States and Europe, including with the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Nuria Pomares directs her own school of dance, which she founded in 1983.