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Francisco Solano López
Francisco Solano López

Francisco Solano López Carrillo was President of Paraguay from 1862 until his death in 1870. He was the eldest son of Juana Pabla Carrillo and of President Carlos Antonio López, Francisco’s predecessor.

List of Passions characters

This is a list of significant characters that have appeared on the soap opera Passions.

Felipe López

Felipe López may refer to:

López family of Iloilo

The López family of Iloílo are a wealthy and influential Filipino family of business owners, politicians, and philanthropists descended from Basílio López , a Chinese mestizo who adopted the surname López. He married Sabina Jalandoni and the couple had sixteen children: Eulalia, Clara, Eulogia, Eugenio (1839-1906, "Kapitan Eugenio") , Gregoria, Estanislao, Marcelo, Claudio, Simon, Agripino, Francisco, Cipriana, Agripino, Eusebio, Ysidora, and Maria.

Francisco López

Francisco López or Francisco Lopez may refer to:

Lopez v. Gonzales

Lopez v. Gonzales, 549 U.S. 47 , held that an "aggravated felony" includes only conduct punishable as a felony under the federal Controlled Substances Act, regardless of whether state law classifies such conduct as a felony or a misdemeanor.

Lopez v. River Oaks Imaging & Diagnostic Group, Inc.
Lopez v. River Oaks Imaging & Diagnostic Group, Inc.

Lopez v. River Oaks Imaging & Diagnostic Group, 542 F. Supp.

Fabián Vázquez

Fabián Vázquez is a Mexican equestrian. He was born in Zimapán, Hidalgo.

Lopez Family Foundation

The Lopez Family Foundation is an American nonprofit organization founded by sisters, Jennifer Lopez and Lynda Lopez in 2009. Although the sisters had wanted to create a charitable foundation for years, it wasn't until Jennifer's daughter Emme experienced a medical scare when they did.

2019 California wildfires

The 2019 wildfire season was a fire season in California, United States. As of December 22, 2019, over 7,860 fires have been recorded according to Cal Fire and the US Forest Service, totaling an estimated of 259,823 acres of burned land.