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Primera División De México - Primera División – Short Tournament Champions (1996–present)
... Tena Tigres UANL Verano 2002 América Manuel Lapuente Necaxa Toluca (67 pts) Apertura 2002 Toluca Alberto Jorge Morelia Clausura 2003 Monterrey Daniel Passarella Morelia Toluca (74 ...
List Of Mexican Football Champions - Primera División – Short Tournament Champions (1996-Currently)
... Tena Tigres UANL Verano 2002 Club América Manuel Lapuente Necaxa Deportivo Toluca (67 pts) Apertura 2002 Deportivo Toluca Alberto Jorge Monarcas Morelia Clausura 2003 ... Pachuca Víctor Manuel Vucetich Tigres UANL Clausura 2004 Pumas UNAM Hugo Sánchez CD Guadalajara Pumas UNAM (79 pts) Apertura 2004 Pumas UNAM Hugo Sánchez C.F ... CDCS Cruz Azul (60 pts) Apertura 2006 CD Guadalajara José Manuel de la Torre Deportivo Toluca Clausura 2007 C.F ...
Wisconsin State Open - Winners
1968 Manuel de la Torre 1967 Steve Bull 1966 Eddie Davis 1965 Eddie Davis 1964 Steve Bull 1963 Bob Brue 1962 Tommy Veech 1961 Manuel de la Torre 1960 Tom Puls 1959 ...
Mexican Primera División - Primera División – Short Tournament Champions (1996–present)
2001 Pachuca Alfredo Tena Tigres UANL Verano 2002 América Manuel Lapuente Necaxa Toluca (67 pts) Apertura 2002 Toluca Alberto Jorge Morelia Clausura 2003 Monterrey Daniel ...
Manuel De La Cámara Y Libermoore
... Manuel de la Cámara y Libermoore (or Livermoore) was a rear admiral of the Spanish Navy during the Spanish-American War ... form the 2nd Squadron, under the command of Rear Admiral Manuel de la Cámara ... Admiral Pascual Cervera y Topete had been annihilated in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba, freeing up the U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word manuel:

    And Manuel embraced his mother and they laughed together: Délira’s laugh sounded surprisingly young; that was because she hadn’t really had the chance to make it heard; life was just not happy enough for that. No, she never had time to use it; she had kept it fresh as can be, like a birdsong in an old nest.
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)