Synonyms for rebollo or Related words with rebollo

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Rebollo is affiliated with the New Progressive Party of Puerto Rico.
Killer Housewives () is a 2001 Spanish comedy film directed by Javier Rebollo.
Rebollo suffered from Alzheimer's disease. He died on 11 March 2015 in Madrid, aged 80.
Ricardo Cirilo Vera Rebollo (born September 16, 1962 in Montevideo) is a retired long-distance runner from Uruguay.
Alejandro Rebollo Ceñal (born 11 January 1983 in Gijón, Asturias) is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Prior to joining the Supreme Court Rebollo served as a Superior Court judge and as an attorney in private practice.
After his retirement, Rebollo returned to private practice, joining the law firm of Fiddler, Gonzalez & Rodriguez in 2009.
Rebollo was considered to be the right-hand man of Spanish Prime Minister Adolfo Suárez and friend of Spanish Kings Juan Carlos I and Felipe VI. He was married and had five children. His brother José Luis Rebollo was the anti-drugs prosector of Asturias.
Francisco Rebollo, a former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, served in that position from 1982 to 2008. Appointed by Governor Carlos Romero Barceló, Rebollo served under Chief Justices Víctor Pons, José Andreu García, and Federico Hernández Denton, as well as under Chief Justice Miriam Naveira, in addition to having served as acting Chief Justice himself.
Rebollo took up several positions as civil servant administrator. In 1973 Rebollo became Secretary General of Spanish train operator Renfe, a position which he kept until 1976. Between 1976 and 1977 he was director general of Vivienda. He was director general of state-owned post service Correos between 1977 and 1978. Rebollo subsequently became Sub-secretary for Transport and Communication and stayed in this position until 1980. He then returned to Renfe, where was president until 1982. He became known as a vigorous defender of the proposed rail-line which would link central Spain with his home community of Asturias.
Rebollo has held the position of Interim Chief Justice of the Supreme Court during periods when the seat of Chief Justice has been vacant.
Milagros Ximénez de Cisneros Rebollo (born 21 May 1952 in Seville) is a Spanish journalist, writer, gossip columnist, and television personality.
Daughter of Manuel Ximénez de Cisneros Muñoz de León (1924–2008) and Nicolasa Rebollo Burgueño (1926–2009). She has three siblings: Concepción (Concha), Manuel (Manolo) and Encarnación (Nani).
Rebollo is a municipality located in the province of Segovia, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 126 inhabitants.
Rebollo received the Order of Civil Merit, the Cross of Military Merit and the Gran Plaque of the Order of Postal Merit.
The telenovela "El Señor de los Cielos" is loosely based on the life of Amado Carrillo Fuentes and how he was helped by General Jesús Gutiérrez Rebollo.
Rebollo Calzada, Mar. Introducción a “Katacumbia” de Alfonso Vallejo. Revista de Teatro. Colección Textos/Teatro. Universidad de Alcalá. (2004) pp. 7–26.
Mario Andrés Rebollo Bergero (born December 8, 1964 in Montevideo, Uruguay) is a former Uruguayan footballer currently played for clubs of Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Ecuador.
Rebollo represented Spain at the 1984, 1988, and 1992 Summer Paralympics. He won a silver in 1984, bronze in 1988, and a second silver in 1992.
Greek mezzo-soprano, Agnes Baltsa, sang "Romiossini" as the Olympic flag was taken around the stadium. Alfredo Kraus later sang the Olympic Hymn in both Catalan and Spanish as the flag was hoisted. The Olympic flame cauldron was lit by a flaming arrow, shot by Paralympic archer Antonio Rebollo. The arrow had been lit by the flame of the Olympic Torch. Rebollo overshot the cauldron as this was the original design of the lighting scheme.