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Examples of "zapater"
After that, Zapater immediately established himself as an under-21 regular.
On 19 June 2016, Zapater returned to Zaragoza after agreeing to a two-year deal.
Several Executive Directors at the Executive Board of the IMF such as Ramón Guzman Zapater and Fernando Jiménez Latorre
On 6 June 2013 Cage Warriors announced that they signed Mann to a five fight deal. He is scheduled to meet Jose Luis Zapater at Cage Warriors 57. And he would go on to defeat Zapater by way of TKO (punches) in the 1st round.
The main building that houses the museum has stained-glass windows, mosaics, and interior patios. Both buildings where the museum is housed are turn-of-the-20th-century homes. The Salazar House dates from 1911 and was designed by Blas Silva Boucher in an eclectic neoclassical style. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Zapater home, on the other hand, represents the criollo townhouse typology. It was built in 1880 and rebuilt in 1925. The Zapater residence was home to some of Ponce's most notable families, including the Clausells, Dapena, Zapater, and Rosaly families. It was also designed by Blas Silva.
Alberto Zapater Arjol (born 13 June 1985) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Real Zaragoza mainly as a defensive midfielder.
On 30 July 2010, Zapater was sold to Sporting Clube de Portugal as Miguel Veloso moved in the opposite direction. Used intermittently in his only season he did appear in 34 official games for the "Lions", scoring four times.
Cofie made his Serie A debut for Genoa C.F.C. on 2 May 2010, when he came on as a substitute in the 64th minute for Alberto Zapater in a game against A.S. Bari.
Zapater was born in Ejea de los Caballeros, Province of Zaragoza. In 2004 he was first touted as a promising player, after scoring 12 goals for hometown's Real Zaragoza in the youth leagues.
On 8 February 2005, as a half-time replacement for Alberto Zapater, Soriano scored four times for the under-21 team in a 14–0 thrashing of San Marino in El Ejido.
In the following two seasons, after renewing his contract until June 2010, Zapater remained an undisputed starter, only missing four contests combined while experiencing qualification honours to the UEFA Cup in 2006–07, and relegation in the following year.
The commission is first mentioned in a letter dated August 2nd, 1794 written to his friend Martín Zapater, which mentions that Goya that had been asked to paint life sizes portraits of the Dukes of Alba.
Dating the series has not been difficult as the Royal Tapestry Works maintained a detailed record of the dates, titles, sizes and states in which each of the cartoons arrived. Goya's letters to his friends (in particular his correspondence with the Aragonese industrialist Martín Zapater) contain additional details.
Numerous Guest Conductors and soloists joined the orchestra during this period such as Mihaela Ursuleasa, Iván Martín, Yayoi Toda, Gwyneth Wentink, Yaron Traub, Mayte Martín, Roberto Balistreri, Enric Martínez-Castignani, Alina Pogostkina, Marisa Martins, Mª Luz Martínez or Miguel Zapater. Next Summer 2008 The World Orchestra will be joined by cellist Laurence Lesser, violinist Mitsuoko Usioda soprano Marianne Fiset and maestro Franz Paul Decker.
Zapater took part in the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship, in a Spanish team that also featured future senior internationals Cesc Fàbregas, Fernando Llorente and David Silva. He scored his first and the only goal in a 1–3 defeat to Argentina in the quarter-finals.
On 3 August 2011, Zapater moved to Russian side FC Lokomotiv Moscow on a free transfer, signing a five-year contract. He made his first Premier League appearance on 11 September, setting up Manuel da Costa's goal in a 4–2 win over FC Zenit Saint Petersburg; in an interview with a newspaper from his native region (El Periódico de Aragón) in late 2012, he spoke of his development in the new reality and his efforts to learn the Russian language.
He is notable for his performances in operas by Gian Carlo Menotti: he has performed in "The Consul" in the Teatro Verdi in Trieste, Italy, and at the Edinburgh Festival, the role of Donato in "Maria Golovin" for the Greek National Opera and the Spoleto Festival USA, three male roles in "La Loca" for the Spoleto Festival, Abdul in "The Last Savage", and Martin Zapater in the world premiere of "Goya" at the Kennedy Center.
The first-team manager, former Spanish international Víctor Muñoz, was impressed enough, allowing Zapater to join the first team in pre-season training. He was given his official debut on Zaragoza's first game of 2004–05, against Valencia CF in the Spanish Super Cup: although the Aragonese ended up losing 0–1 he put up a solid performance overall, confirmed in the 3–1 second leg away win.
In late July 2009, after being instrumental in Zaragoza's return to the top division, and already playing pre-season football with the "Maños", Zapater left for Genoa C.F.C. for around €4.5 million, as the Spaniards were also immerse in a deep financial crisis. He held an emotional press conference before parting ways with his boyhood team, whilst fans paid tribute to the player dedicating a song to him.
In June 1950, sorority sisters at Universidad Católica de Santa María, later called Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico, organized the Gamma Chapter, its first president was Betty Zapater de McConnie. The chapter was officially recognized by University Authorities by November 1955. By the early sixties sisters at the Inter American University at San Germán organized the Delta Chapter, it was led by Martita Mercado, Sally Zaragoza, Laira González Rigau and Berníe Pabón, among others.