Synonyms for vilaseca or Related words with vilaseca

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Examples of "vilaseca"
Armando Vilaseca was the former Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Education.
Abbot Bonanat de Vilaseca was one of the more important abbots in Santes Creus monastery (Catalonia).
Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas () (Barcelona 1848–1910) was a Catalan architect and artist who formed part of the "Modernista" movement.
Vilaseca served as a government liaison job to the nation, assisting a delegation to represent Vermont's products.
Andrés Vilaseca (born 8 May 1991) is a Uruguayan rugby union player. He was named in Uruguay's squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
After leaving Cuba in 1964, Vilaseca settled in West New York, New Jersey, a community with a significant Cuban American community. There he attended Memorial High School.
Abbot Bonanat de Vilaseca founded also the subsidiaries of Santa Maria de Valldigna in 1298 and the Monastery of Altofonte (Sicily) in 1308, when Jaume II el Just was reigning.
Santiago Vilaseca (born 17 September 1984 in Montevideo), is an Uruguayan rugby union player. He currently plays a Lock for the Old Boys Club in the Campeonato Uruguayo de Rugby.
No sooner had Domènech graduated than he set out on a tour of Europe in the company of Josep Vilaseca, and was attracted by Prussian architecture. This, as well as Vilaseca's personality, had an influence on his subsequent work.
Bletter was educated at Columbia University, where she received her BS, MA, and PhD. She completed a master’s thesis on the Catalan Modernista architect Josep Vilaseca and a doctoral dissertation on the work of Bruno Taut and Paul Scheerbart.
Avinyó is a Catalan municipality in Spain. It is located in the province of Barcelona and in the comarca of Bages. Its current mayor is Eudald Vilaseca Font and its population in 2002 was estimated at 2,000 residents.
The company was founded in 2011 by Elizabeth Corcoran, a former executive editor of Forbes and a former technology reporter for The Washington Post, by Nick Punt, a former vice president at Inigral, a private social network for higher education, by Matt Bowman, a former Catholic school teacher, and by Agustin Vilaseca.
Their first EP "Lands of Perfection" was released in August 1969 with Jordi Batiste (bass, lead vocals), Enric Herrera (hammond, piano, back vocals), "Luigi" Cabanach (guitar, back vocals) and "Jackie" García (drums). Their second Ep "Earth's Daughter", was released at the end of the same year with a new drummer, "Tapi" Vilaseca.
Vilaseca served as a classroom schoolteacher in Georgia, Vermont, before moving on to becoming a school administratior in his role as teaching principal in Reading Elementary School. He continued in this role at Westford Elementary and Middle School, Essex High School for ten years.
Vilaseca, represents the Uruguayan national team and has captained the side on many occasions, most notably during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Having earned 32 caps for his country, on 30 August 2015 he was selected to captain Uruguay into their first World Cup campaign in 12 years, the last being during the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
In 1906 the architect Pere Falqués i Urpí designed the avenue's now famous ornate benches and street-lights. By that time it had become Barcelona's most fashionable street, with buildings designed by modernista/Art Nouveau architects of fame such as Antoni Gaudí, Pere Falqués, Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Enric Sagnier and Josep Vilaseca.
Raymond J. McNulty was Vermont Commissioner of Education from 2001 to 2003. During the tenure of McNulty's successor Armando Vilaseca, the Vermont legislature made this position the cabinet-level office of Vermont Secretary of Education. McNulty had been an educator for 28 years before assuming office as Vermont Commissioner of Education. He received his B.A. from Bridgewater State College in 1973 and his M.A. from Johnson State College in 1977. In 2002, Marlboro College awarded McNulty an honorary doctorate.
The 1590, although the town had been almost depopulated by the incursions of the Saracen pirates and Turkey (1581), the Mas of Vilaseca remained populated. There are also references to a fishing settlement on the beach, documented in 1638 in 1670, residents from time immemorial were licensed to fish on Sundays and religious holidays, on payment of a stipend of one tenth of the catch to the local parish.
Between 1882 and 1884, he and Francesc built an elaborate workshop on Bailen Street, modeled after the ancient Temple of Augustus on Mont Tàber. It was designed by Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas. Flanking the entrance were statues of Eduardo Rosales and Marià Fortuny, created by Josep Reynés. The Masriera's combined art collections were kept there and it became a major cultural center, featuring dramatic performances as well as art shows. In 1932, it became the Teatre Studium and was later connected to the adjoining buildings. It is now a residence for the nuns of the "Petita Companyia del Cor Eucarístic de Jesús".
The Arc de Triomf () or Arco de Triunfo in spanish, is a triumphal arch in the city of Barcelona in Catalonia, Spain. It was built, by architect Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas, as the main access gate for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair. The arch crosses over the wide central promenade of the Passeig de Lluís Companys, leading to the Ciutadella Park that now occupies the site of the world fair. It is located at the northern end of the promenade, facing the Passeig de Sant Joan.