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Manel Loureiro

==Background==Manel Loureiro is a writer, journalist, and former lawyer born in Pontevedra, Spain, in 1975. He earned a law degree at the University of Santiago de Compostela, and has worked as a television presenter in the Television de Galicia1 and as a screenwriter. He collaborates with the daily newspapers of Pontevedra, newspaper ''ABC.2'' and ''World.3'', and is a regular contributor to the Cadena SER and to ''GQ'' magazine's Spanish edition. ''La Voz de Galicia'' has called him the Spanish... read more

Kiko Loureiro

Pedro Henrique "Kiko" Loureiro (born June 16, 1972, Rio de Janeiro , Rio de JaneiroBrazil ) is a Rio de JaneiroBrazilBrazil ian Heavy metal Heavy metalguitarist , best known as a member of the bands Angra and AngraMegadeth . Along with Angra's other guitarist and primary songwriter AngraMegadethRafael Bittencourt , Loureiro has appeared on all of the band's releases.Loureiro began studying music and playing acoustic guitar at age 11. He studied with two big famous Brazilian musicians:... read more

Luís Loureiro

Luis Fernando da Graça Loureiro (born 4 December 1976 in Sintra, Lisbon) is a Portuguese retired footballer who played as a defensive midfielder, and a coach.He amassed Primeira Liga totals of 142 games and 15 goals over the course of seven seasons, representing mainly in the competition Gil Vicente.==Club career==Having started his footballing career with hometown's Sport União Sintrense, Loureiro went on to represent Portimonense SC, C.D. Nacional, Gil Vicente FC (making his first division debuts... read more

João Loureiro

João Eduardo Pinto de Loureiro (Porto, Portugal, 9 October 1963) is the president (chairman) of the Portuguese football club Boavista FC, since 2 January 2013. He had previously held the office between 1997 and 2007, when he was the most successful President of Boavista's history: he was the youngest football president to be champion ever in Portugal (in the 2000-2001 season), the year in which he was considered the best chairman of Portugal by the newspaper Record. He also won the Honour Panther... read more

Valentim Loureiro

Valentim dos Santos de Loureiro, ComM (born 24 December 1938 in Calde, Viseu) is a Portuguese politician, and former football chairman of Boavista F.C. and Portuguese League for Professional Football. He has the rank of Major of the Portuguese Army. He was involved in the Apito Dourado corruption sports scandal.He was mayor of Gondomar municipality in northern Portugal (elected as an independent, after his Social Democratic Party (PSD) withdrew its support due to ongoing legal suits against him),... read more

Bruno Loureiro

Bruno Filipe Santos Loureiro (born 23 September 1989), simply known as Bruno Loureiro is a Portuguese professional footballer playing for Pogoń Szczecin in Poland as a midfielder.==Club career==Born in Viseu, Loureiro spent his youth career with CF Repesenses. After being released from the club, he joined SC Penalva Castelo and played there till 2012. During this time, he played more than 100 matches for his side.In 2012, he signed for local club Académico Viseu. He was voted the 2013–14 Segunda... read more

Oswaldo Loureiro

Oswaldo Loureiro (born 1932) is a Brazilian film and television actor.Marsh p.108 Loureiro began his career as a child actor in the 1940s before moving on to adult roles.== External links ==Category:Brazilian male television actorsCategory:Male actors from Rio de Janeiro (city) read more

Artur Loureiro

Artur José de Sousa Loureiro (11 February 1853, in Porto – 7 July 1932, in Terras de Bouro) was a Portuguese painter. @ the Universidade do Porto.== Life and work ==He took his first lessons in drawing and painting from his friend António José da Costa (1840-1929). He later attended the Escola Superior de Belas-Artes do Porto, where he studied under João António Correia. In 1875, he went to Rome with the support of his patron Delfim Guedes (1842-1895), the future Count of Almedina.In 1879,... read more

Claudio Loureiro

Claudio Loureiro is a Brazilian advertising executive and entrepreneur, born in Curitiba. He is the founder and CEO of Heads, the largest privately held advertising agency in Brazil. The agency has clients such as Petrobrás, Grupo Boticário, 3M, Positivo Informática, Caixa Seguradora, Caixa, and Arbor.Loureiro studied Law as an undergraduate at University Pontífica at Paraná. In 1997, Loureiro won the Colunistas Award as the Best advertising professional of the year.He was one the associate... read more

Bruno Loureiro Barros

Bruno Loureiro Barros (born 28 January 1985), commonly known as Café, is a Brazilian futsal player who plays for Foolad Mahan FSC as a Winger. read more

José Jorge Loureiro

José Jorge Loureiro (23 April 1791 - 1 June 1860) was a Portuguese soldier and politician at the time of the monarchy.== Career ==He served as finance minister and from 18 November 1835 to 20 April 1836 he was Prime Minister of Portugal.== External links ==Category:Government ministers of PortugalCategory:Military personnel of the Liberal WarsCategory:Portuguese military personnel of the Napoleonic Wars read more

Sebastião Loureiro da Silva

Sebastião Loureiro da Silva (born 22 April 1925) is a former Portuguese footballer who played as goalkeeper.== External links ==Category:Association football goalkeepersCategory:Portugal international footballers read more

Felipe Jorge Loureiro

Felipe Jorge Loureiro (born 2 September 1977), known as Felipe, is a Brazilian retired footballer who plays primarily as a left wide midfielder. A left-footed midfielder, Felipe is known for his playmaking style, that nicknamed him as ''Maestro'', with his excellent ball control, dribbling skills and vision for offensive plays and passes.== Career ==Felipe arrives in Vasco da Gama as a futsal player in 1984 at 6 years old. There, he met Pedrinho, who would be his profession colleague and also personal... read more

João de Loureiro

''Homalium cochinchinensis'' (Lour.) Druce, first described by de Loureiro as ''Astranthus cochinchinensis'' Lour.João de Loureiro (1717, Lisbon – October 1791) was a Portuguese Jesuit missionary and botanist.After receiving admission to the Jesuit Order, he served as a missionary in Goa (3 years) and Macau (4 years). In 1742 he traveled to Cochinchina, remaining there for 35 years. Here he worked as a mathematician and naturalist, acquiring knowledge on the properties and uses of native medicinal... read more

Luís Miguel Loureiro

Luís Miguel Loureiro is a Portuguese state television (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal)http://www.rtp.pt journalist and media researcher at the University of Minho in Braga.29-11-2012. Aveiro: Luís Miguel Loureiro em conferência sobre “os novos desafios do Jornalismo”. He conducted live reporting for RTP television and RDP national radio from Beirut, and Tyre, Lebanon during the final two weeks of the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah War until after the UN negotiated ceasefire.He was also awarded two... read more


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