Synonyms for semedo or Related words with semedo

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Examples of "semedo"
On 15 July 2016, Semedo signed for Reading from Sporting CP, on a three-year contract. A year later, Semedo moved to AEZ Zakakiou.
The town has a Portuguese international school, the "Escola Portuguesa do Lubango" ("Portuguese School of Lubango"), and the "Instituto Superior Politécnico Gregório Semedo" ("Gregório Semedo Polytechnical Institute") that offers degree courses in various disciplines.
Carlos Manuel Lobo Pires Semedo (born 1 September 1994) known as Ká Semedo, is a Cape Verdean footballer who plays for Sertanense F.C. on loan from Vitória S.C. B, as a forward.
Álvaro de Semedo (Latinized form: Alvarus de Semedo; , "Zeng Dezhao", earlier 謝務祿 "Xie Wulu") (1585 or 1586, - 18 July, 1658), was a Portuguese Jesuit priest, missionary in China.
On 1 October 2015 Semedo was loaned to National League side Welling United until 9 January 2016, but was recalled early. On 12 February 2016, Semedo joined Chelmsford City on a one-month loan deal.
Rosângela Teress Semedo Lagos (born May 9, 1980) is a Cape Verdean female basketball player.
Portuguese-born, Semedo opted to represent Cape Verde internationally through descent, his debut coming in 2014.
With Maxi Pereira's departure, Semedo extended his contract with Benfica until 2021 and joined the first-team on their pre-season tour in North America in July 2015. On 9 August 2015, he made his debut for Benfica's main squad in the domestic Super Cup loss against Sporting CP. A week later, Semedo scored his first goal for them, against Estoril in the Primeira Liga. After establishing himself in the starting eleven, Semedo suffered a setback in October 2015, when he sustained an injury while with the national team. The injury to his right knee required surgery, with Semedo expected to miss two months.
During the summer transfer window, Portuguese youngster Lisandro Semedo left the club, joining AEZ Zakakiou in the Cypriot First Division.
José Orlando Vinha Rocha Semedo (born 5 March 1965) is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a central midfielder.
Semedo played for Portugal under-21s at the 2002 UEFA European Championship, as the nation finished third in its group.
Susan Lynne Semedo ("Pebbles") is a radio presenter, personality, and voice-over artist in the Boston, Massachusetts area.
Pebbles, whose real name is Susan Semedo, was given her radio nickname while at WILD in the 1980s.
Pebbles is Cape Verdean and a native of Wareham, Massachusetts. Her mother, Henrietta (Lopes) Semedo, was an office manager and her father, Kenneth Semedo an radiologic technician who retired in 1989. As she grew up, she had dreams of being a lawyer, pediatrician and newscaster.
Semedo was born in Portugal to parents of Cape Verdean descent. On 2 October 2015, Semedo was called up to play for the Portugal national team, in UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying matches against Denmark and Serbia. He debuted in the latter game on the 11th, playing the entirety of a 2–1 win at the Partizan Stadium in Belgrade.
She was elected to parliament as the first Left Bloc representative of Porto in 2009. On November 11, 2012, Catarina Martins and João Semedo were elected co-chairmen of the Left Bloc, successors to Francisco Louçã. Semedo quit his function in November 30, 2013. Martins would become the party "coordinator" ever since.
Nélson Alexandre Vieira Semedo (born 25 November 1987 in Lisbon), known as Adilson, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for C.D. Cova da Piedade as a winger.
Semedo was born on 29 May 1959 in Cape Verde. She has a masters in economics from the Higher Institute of Economics and Management in Lisbon, Portugal.
On 11 April 2015, Ká Semedo made his professional debut with Vitória Guimarães B in a 2014–15 Segunda Liga match against Tondela.
Maria Helena Semedo (born 29 May 1959) is a Cape Verde economist and politician who currently serves as Deputy Director of the Food and Agriculture Organization.