Synonyms for sanchis or Related words with sanchis
Examples of "sanchis"
i Guarner (Valencia, 1911-1981) was a Spanish philologist, historian and writer.
2015 - The Origins exhibition - Africa related works by GASPARE MANOS curated by Miguel Mallol
- Ledame - London, UK.
Olmos (see Fig. 1.6 right) proposed to insert inset-separator from patient shin-bone between bone fragments with the same lengthening method.
The current postulator that is assigned to the cause is the Jesuit Anton Witwer. The first and previous postulator was Salvador
(born 18 October 1987) is a Spanish racing cyclist, who rides for . She competed in the women's road race at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Amancio once again took charge of Castilla CF, with which he won the Segunda División in his second season. The team included the legendary "Quinta del Buitre", Made up of Butragueño, Míchel,
, Martín Vázquez, and Pardeza.
Grau (19 June 1932 – 2 August 2011) was a Spanish comic book writer. He also worked for Editorial Bruguera and Spanish children comics in general. He was the creator of strips like "Pumby" (1954) and "Robín Robot" (1972).
In their magazine, "SOM", the GAV justified the terrorist attack against
-Guarner in October 2002, just after the crime was prescribed, and therefore it was not possible to condemn the guilty ones.
Sinisterra (born June 28, 1940) is a Spanish playwright and theatre director. He was born in Valencia. He is best known, outside of Spain, for his award-winning play, "¡Ay Carmela!".
, who takes the stage name of Raimon (), is a Spanish singer, one of the most important exponents of the musical style of Nova Cançó and one of the most well-known veteran artists in the Catalan language.
Arantxa is the daughter of Retired Indian Army Officer, Colonel EJ
, an alumnus of the National Defence Academy (NDA), Khadakwasla who trained at the Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun and served for around three decades in the Corps of Engineers of the Indian Army. He was the Commander in-charge of the Rescue Operation of the Orissa flood in the year 1999. He has represented NDA and Marathwada University in Cricket and Hockey. He has given her tremendous support in her sporting career and is currently her Coach, Manager and Mentor for the game. Her mother is Carolina
, who is an alumnus of St. Xavier's College Mumbai. She has an elder sister Amanda
, who is currently working with the Media.
Two terrorist attacks against Manuel
i Guarner's and Joan Fuster's lives (in 1979 and 1981 respectively) with extremely powerful explosives were made by people that in some respect were linked with the GAV. Nobody claimed responsibility for these actions. Nobody was prosecuted either. Nonetheless, according to the legal process, they were "vandalistic actions". The fact that GAV has never claimed responsibility for these facts, but they have claimed responsibility for one terrorist attack against
-Guarner in 1978 as a "reaction of the Valencian people against the Catalanist aggression" and as a "not bloody action" show the ideological proximity between the aggressors and this organisation.
Two months after these "vandalistic" acts,
-Guarner died of a heart attack. On the other hand, Joan Fuster acknowledged in a TV interview in 1992 that he had decided to abandon active social life because that terrorist attack had caused him to be depressed. Nonetheless, the GAV does not define itself as a fighting or terrorist group.
She was valued as a poet by Jeroni Rosselló, Miquel dels Sants Oliver,
Guarner, Archduke Louis Salvador of Austria but, pressed by the stereotype, only valued and reproduced the maternal poems. For its part, it has a street in its name in Palma, city where he was educated.
In 1997, Jane Pratt invited Wiederin to New York City to design the prototype of Jane Magazine. During this time, Wiederin collaborated with photographers Bruce Davidson, Steven Sebring and Luis
. Later on, Wiederin worked as creative director at A/R Media with Alex Gonzales and Raul Martinez for clients such as Valentino, Versace, Lanvin, Cesare Paciotti and Missoni.
Caraveo Refugio Aguilar (1893 - 1974) Poet and cousin of Gen. Marcelo Caraveo who fought with Gen. Pascual Orozco and Emiliano Zapata. The poet José Tlatelpas wrote a book on lines of high art on this character Lunita Caraveo, entitled "The Child Jesus" with a foreword by the Spanish poet Juan Cervera
He was awarded the cross “Creu de Sant Jordi” by the Generalitat de Catalunya (1991), the prize Manuel
Guarner (1996), the essay prize by the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes (1997) and the medal of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans (1997).
After several trials, two judgments were published and
finally got the rights to his character, who until that point was held by the heirs of Editorial Valenciana. He also achieved ""moral compensation for damages resulting from the misappropriation of his work by a third party to use it to non-consensual ends"".
With a population near 4.500, "Pobla Llaga" has a public school's "Doctor
Guarner", "Pere d' Esplugues High School" and "Colegio Santa Ana",a mixed private school which teaches as the presence of various languages (English, Catalan and Spanish). The village also has a music school (Unió Musical La Pobla Llarga)
is a former Grand Prix motorcycle racer from Spain. He currently races in the FIM CEV Superbike European Championship aboard a Yamaha YZF-R1, and has previously competed in the Spanish CEV 125GP Championship, the Spanish Supersport Championship, Spanish Moto2 Championship and the RFME Campeonato de Espana Velocidad Superstock 600.
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