Synonyms for villela or Related words with villela

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Examples of "villela"
Independiente Villela played their home matches at Estadio Francisco Morazán
He ended his career on Independiente Villela in 1998.
Mônica Salmaso started her career in the play "O Concílio do Amor", directed by Gabriel Villela in 1989.
Bernardo Villela made a Dollar Baby film adaptation. The audiobook version was narrated by actress Whoopi Goldberg.
Abronia martindelcampoi is an endangered species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 2003 by Flores-Villela and Sánchez-Herrera.
The control of the company rests with the Setubal and Villela families along with the Camargo family as minority holder.
Harvey Dias Villela (5 August 1898 – 1974) was a Brazilian sports shooter. He competed at the 1936 Summer Olympics and 1952 Summer Olympics.
Clube Atlético Aliança play their home games at Estádio Antônio Villela, nicknamed "Vilelão". The stadium has a maximum capacity of 3,000 people.
In 1660 Capitán Juan de Munguía and Villela and Fr. Gerónimo de Birues founded the settlement of The Valley of San Buenaventura with Chinarra and Suma people.
San Felipe was founded in 1657, when Captain Juan Munguía Villela claimed the lands to establish a ranch for the extraction of minerals.
Independiente Villela was a football club located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The club played several several season in the Honduran Liga Nacional as well in the Honduran Amateur League.
Marco Gigante Villela (born December 7, 1974) is a 3rd degree Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) black belt under Carlos Gracie, Jr. Gigante, also known as "Giant", is the Head Teacher and founder of Giant Team Australia, based in Sydney, Australia.
Gigante's younger brother Fabio Gigantinho Villela followed his brother's lead and is Carlos Gracie Jr 2nd degree black belt and is a Head Teacher at Gracie Barra Cedar Park, Texas, USA.
Between 2003 and 2006 she was also part of the Electropop duet Prissa (formerly "Tele Visa"), along with her friend Francisca Villela. The group released an EP entitled "Ni Tú Ni Yo".
Nicknamed "el Chino", Pineda played at Independiente Villela where Chelato Uclés made him debut at his 15 years against Olimpia. He also played for Deportes Savio for whom he still was their third-placed goalscorer by 2009.
Vanessa Villela (born January 28, 1978 in Mexico City, Mexico) is an actress who appeared in Mexican TV series "Romántica obsesión", "Ellas, inocentes o culpables", "Súbete a mi moto", "Un nuevo amor", "El cuerpo del deseo", "Decisiones", "Amores de mercado".
The moustached Fúnez played most of his career for Real España, whom he also skippered, in the Honduran Liga Nacional. He also played for Independiente Villela and C.D. Olimpia.
Among other programs that are founded the International Youth Summit leaders., Considered by specialized media as one of the most important events for young people in the world. In its various editions have provided new generations messages to people like Michelle Bachelet, Margarita Cedeño, Peter Foyo, Emilio Lozoya, Soledad Pastorutti, Eduardo Costantini and Ricardo Villela Marino.
McClendon rarely faced serious opposition. Republicans did not even contest her heavily Democrat seat in 2014, when the party won 98 of the 150 state House seats. In her last legislative race, McClendon defeated a Libertarian Party opponent, Gilberto Villela, 16,892 (82.3 percent) to his 3,637 (17.7 percent).
Subete a mi Moto is a Mexican telenovela produced by TV Azteca in 2002. Created by Veronica Suarez and Eric Vonn. The protagonists include Vanessa Acosta, Mark Tacher, Sandra Echeverria, Michel Brown, Alejandra Urdaín and Adrián Cue, and the antagonistic interpretation by Bárbara Mori, Jorge Luis Pila, Susana Alexander and Vanessa Villela.