Valverde

Valverde is Italian, Portuguese and Spanish for green valley, and may refer to:

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Mariana Valverde
... Mariana Valverde is the director and a professor of the Centre of Criminology, at the University of Toronto, and does research mainly in the sociology of law ... Originally trained in philosophy at York University, in the late 1980s Valverde retrained as a social historian, publishing an influential study of moral regulation, The Age of ... In 2000 Mariana Valverde won the Herbert Jacob book prize from the Law and Society Association for her book Diseases of the Will Alcohol and the Dilemmas of Freedom (Cambridge University ...
Mathieu Valverde - Career
... After the departure of second-choice keeper Frédéric Roux, Valverde was given the #1 shirt and was set to serve as understudy to French international Ulrich Ramé ... While Roux was at the club, Valverde made only two league appearances in three years ... On 24 July 2009, Valverde joined recently promoted club US Boulogne ...
Valverde, Viseu
... Valverde is a small village in Canas de Santa Maria, near the town Tondela, which is part of Viseu, Portugal ...
Diego Valverde Villena - Style
... References), Valverde Villena's poetry comes from "a perfect mixture of life and culture" ... also points at John Donne and Ausias March as influences on Valverde Villena ... Valverde Villena's short poems have been called by some critics as "flash poems" or "spark poems", because they concentrate many ideas in a few lines ...
María Valverde
... María Valverde Rodríguez (born March 24, 1987) is a Spanish actress ... She was born María Valverde Rodriguez in Carabanchel, Madrid ...