Synonyms for sobrino or Related words with sobrino

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Examples of "sobrino"
Joaquín Sobrino Martinez (born 22 June 1982 in Posada de Llanes) is a Spanish cyclist.
2006: Nicola Carrino, Marco Gastini, Ugo Giletta, Emilio Isgrò, Bruno Peinado, Lucia Pescadòr, Salvo, Francisco Sobrino.
Mazzone's comic strip "Mi Sobrino Capicúa (My Nephew Palindrome)" appeared in the Patoruzú magazine from 1939.
Sobrino died in France on 11 May 2014, at the age of 82.
Sobrino J.A; , Spain. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference Footbridges-2002 Conference, AFGC-OTUA. Paris, November 20–22, 2002.
The restaurant was founded in 1725 by Frenchman Jean Botin and his wife, and was originally called Casa Botín. It was inherited by a nephew called Candido Remis and had a namechange to Sobrino de Botín, which survives to this day. Sobrino is the Spanish word for nephew.
Francisco Sobrino (1932 – 11 May 2014) was a Spanish sculptor. His career began in 1959 when he moved to Paris to have a start in his career. His works can be seen in Tel Aviv, Guadalajara, Chicago, Madrid, New York City and Paris. Sobrino was born in Guadalajara, Spain and lived in Paris.
Rubén Sobrino Pozuelo (born 1 June 1992) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Deportivo Alavés on loan from English club Manchester City as a forward.
On 14 July 2016, Sobrino was loaned to La Liga club Deportivo Alavés for one year, with an option to an extension for a further year.
Jon Sobrino, S.J. (born 27 December 1938, Barcelona, Spain) is a Jesuit Catholic priest and theologian, known mostly for his contributions to liberation theology.
Sobrino was an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University from 2010 to 2012, and a part-time associate professor at Polytechnic University of Catalonia.
A three-language version in German, English and Spanish, illustred by Elvira Calderón, edited by Elena Moreno Sobrino Saarbrücken: Calambac Verlag, (2013) ISBN 978-3-943117-79-0
Orlando joins with Brandimart and Oliver to fight Agramante, Sobrino and Gradasso on the island of Lampedusa. There Orlando kills King Agramante.
Other noted exponents are Leonardo Boff of Brazil, Carlos Mugica of Argentina, Jon Sobrino of El Salvador, and Juan Luis Segundo of Uruguay.
Two years later Liuber Sobrino got married and went to live to Spain. Camilo Vera took his place as bass player.
In 2007 the CDF issued a Notification against Jesuit priest Jon Sobrino S.I. for doctrines seen as "erroneous or dangerous and [that] may cause harm to the faithful". These concerned: the methodological (as opposed to doctrinal) presuppositions on which Sobrino bases his work; denial of the divinity of Jesus Christ; denial of the incarnation; the relationship between Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God; the (humanistic) self-consciousness of Jesus; and denial of the salvific value of Jesus' death.
Because of the theological positions he took in his works, Sobrino was the subject of a theological Notification; a critique statement and an admonishment by the Vatican and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in March 2007.
Juan Sobrino is a civil engineer, known internationally for designing more than 400 bridges, introduction of advanced materials in bridges and innovative bridge designs. He is the founder of Pedelta, an international structural engineering firm.
Dr. Sobrino founded Pedelta immediately after earning his PhD in 1994. Since then, he has been involved in design of new bridges, as well as assessment and rehabilitation of existing bridges in USA, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia.
The Congregation declared that Sobrino placed too great an emphasis on the human nature of Jesus Christ, downplaying Christ's divine nature, and that his "works contain propositions which are either erroneous or dangerous and may cause harm to the faithful."