Synonyms for valdomiro or Related words with valdomiro

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Examples of "valdomiro"
Valdomiro Vaz Franco, better known as Valdomiro (born 17 February 1946, in Criciúma), is a former Brazilian footballer who played as a striker.
Valdomiro Duarte de Macedo (born 6 December 1979), known simply as Valdomiro, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Anápolis Futebol Clube as a central defender.
Budo Esperanta de Valença - Francisco Valdomiro Lorenz - In Portuguese
On 1 May 2015, Valdomiro left "Lusa" after not having his contract renewed.
Valdomiro Castilho de Lima (January 15, 1873 – 1938) was a Brazilian military man and politician.
Team: Manga , Perivaldo , Figueroa , Beto Fuscão , Wladimir , Toninho Cerezo , Paulo Cézar Caju , Paulo Isidoro , Valdomiro , Doval and Lula
In May 2014, it became an Archeparchy (Eastern-Church archdiocese), with Eparch Valdomiro Koubetch, O.S.B.M., elevated to the first Archeparch (Archbishop) of the Archeparchy.
Valdomiro Soares Eggres (born 15 June 1984), simply known as Valdo is a Brazilian professional footballer who played for Ethnikos Achna in Cypriot First Division as a winger.
Valdomiro Tualungo Paulo Lameira (born 22 September 1995), known as Estrela, is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Varzim.
The employer Valdomiro Cerqueira hit the young Inês, who, after the accident, lost her memory. Valdomiro indebted to the girl alone and without a past, takes her to live in his house until their situation is restored. The family received coldly and with suspicion: his wife, Eleonor, and their three daughters, Maria Regina, Maria Antonia and Márcia Eduarda. And what ends up happening feared: the compromise between Valdomiro and Inês, causing the separation of him and Eleonor and fury of Maria Regina, Inês sees as an intruder and a threat to the family fortune. Maria Regina clashes with her father in a bitter struggle for power in "Marmoreal", a company founded and chaired by Valdomiro.
Valdomiro Koubetch, O.S.B.M. (born 27 March 1953, Mandaguaçu, Paraná (state), Brazil) is the current eparch of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of São João Batista em Curitiba.
He scored for Internacional in their 1976 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A final victory over Corinthians, and Valdomiro put in a man of the match performance.
Valdomiro made his debut for "Mengão" on 27 October 2004, in a 1–1 home draw against Santos FC. However, he only played five matches during the campaign, and was subsequently released.
In the 2007 summer, Valdomiro joined fellow league team C.D. Trofense after being deemed suplus to requirements by União. In 2009, after appearing regularly, he moved to UAE Arabian Gulf League side Al-Wasl FC.
In the 2011 summer, Valdomiro switched teams and countries again, signing for Turkish Süper Lig's Samsunspor. He only totalled 226 minutes of action during his spell, and was subsequently released.
On 30 December 2009, Valdomiro returned to Portugal, signing a 18-month contract with Vitória de Guimarães. On 27 August of the following year he joined another club in the country and its top flight, Vitória de Setúbal.
In May 2012, Valdomiro joined Associação Portuguesa de Desportos. He suffered two consecutive relegations with the club, also being sidelined with a serious knee injury during the latter season.
He played 17 matches For the Brazilian team between 1973 and 1977, and scored 5 goals. Valdomiro also participated at the 1974 FIFA World Cup, playing in 6 games and scoring one goal.
Born in Salvador, Bahia, Valdomiro was promoted to Esporte Clube Bahia's first team in 1998, but only made his senior debuts two years later. After appearing regularly in the 2003 season, he moved to Clube de Regatas do Flamengo in the following year.
The label used to have many of the most famous Mozambican artists like, Valdomiro Jose, Dama do Bling, Ziqo, Denny OG and Marlenn. Together with these artists Lizha performed a various number of songs like "Amigo e quem ajuda" (Friend is the one who helps) and Sekelekane.