Lomba

Lomba, the Portuguese word for hill, may refer to:

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Judo At The 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's 56 Kg - Results - Repechage
... Quarterfinals Semifinals Bronze medal finals Lomba (BEL) W Lomba (BEL) W Bye L Mizoguchi (JPN) L Liu (CHN) L Lomba (BEL) W Lomba (BEL) W Guseynova (AZE) L Guseynova (AZE) W ...
Lomba Dos Pombas
... Lomba dos Pombas (Capeverdean Crioulo, ALUPEC or ALUPEK Lonba dos Pombas, Santo Antão and the São Vicente Crioulos Lomba dos Pombas) is a village in the island of Santo Antão ...
Lomba De São Pedro
... Lomba de São Pedro (meaning the Hill of Saint Peter) is a parish in the district of Ribeira Grande in the Azores ... Lomba de São Pedro is the leastly populated parish in population and density in Ribeira Grande ...
Lomba, Cape Verde - Geography
... The area around Lomba contains farmlands within the village, the rest of the area are slopey and features grasslands and rocks, the mountain that includes Chã das Caldeiras located to the east ... Fonsaco Fonte Aleixo Furna Galinheiros Lomba Miguel Gonçalves Monte Grande Mosteiros Patim Ponta Verde Portela Relva Ribeira Ilhéu Salto Santo António São Filipe São Jorge São Louren ...
Marcelo Lomba - Career
... In 2006, Lomba had his first chance in the professional team, but only in 2008, in a Rio de Janeiro State League derby match against Vasco da Gama on April 6 ... Despite this first chance, Lomba didn't have much space as he was, at that time, the squad's third goalkeeper after Diego and Bruno ... For the 2011 season Flamengo loaned Lomba to Brazilian Série B club Ponte Preta to get more first team experience ...