Calleja

Ca·lle·ja

(Calleja y Sanchez) (kahl-yā'hah, ē san'chez),
Camilo, 20th-century Spanish anatomist, †1913. See: islands of Calleja.
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American soprano Celena Shafer plays Rigoletto's beautiful daughter Gilda and Maltese tenor Joseph Calleja is the lecherous Duke.
THEY'RE two of the biggest names in the opera world as well as good friends and now Bryn Terfel and Joseph Calleja are teaming up to celebrate the 70th birthday of Llangollen International Musical Festival.
The bass-baritone will be the star of the evening concert on Thursday July 7 alongside opera colleague Joseph Calleja.
Luis Calleja Rodriguez, chief compliance officer at Holvi, said, 'Had we not launched a co-operation with GBG, a lot more complexity would have been added in the verification process.
Abi Calleja It's not a bad idea to use public transport but I have to get my daughter to school in Solihull then get to Wolverhampton city centre by 10.
Marti Calleja, an owner of all-terrain vehicle tours, said that the eruption of the volcano will be a boost for local tourism as people were up all night watching it, almost like a party.
when there's nothing happening (in the volcano) it's all dark around here, but now it's picture-perfect," Calleja told AFP.
The group said its views were further confirmed in a joint declaration of John Byerly and Daniel Calleja, who chaired the delegations of the United States and European Union in the negotiation of the historic Open Skies Agreement, including the 2010 Protocol.
Jacob Brunt-Torjussen, Ryan Calleja and Jonathan Bradfield are all studying at universities across South Wales and looking to gain some practical experience at the Pontllanfraith-based bakery.
Whatever sins tenor Joseph Calleja may have committed, all he'll have to do is sing Ingemisco and the Hostias as he did here and St Peter will fling open the pearly gates for him.
El Salvador's Calleja Group said it will invest $60 million in new supermarkets branches and a meat processing plant, according to ElEconomista.