Resistencia Sport Club, is a Paraguayan football club based in Barrio Ricardo Brugada in Asunción. The club, founded on December 27, 1917 plays in the División Intermedia of The Paraguayan League.
Sportivo Trinidense, is a Paraguayan football club based in the barrio of Santísima Trinidad, in Asunción. The club was founded on 11 August 1935.
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Resistencia ) is the capital and largest city of the province of Chaco in north-eastern Argentina. According to the 2010 census, the population of the city proper was 291,720 inhabitants.
Resistencia International Airport (IATA: RES, ICAO: SARE) is an airport in Chaco Province, Argentina serving the city of Resistencia. It is also known as Aeropuerto de Resistencia General José de San Martín.
Resistencia Nacional was a Salvadoran political party. It began as a revolutionary organization founded on March 10, 1975 which became part of the FMLN coalition in 1980, against the military junta in the Salvadoran Civil War.
Resistencia Aeroclub Airport is a rural airport 25 kilometres (16 mi) southwest of Resistencia, a city in the Chaco Province of Argentina. The Resistencia VOR-DME (Ident: SIS) is located 12.8 nautical miles (24 km) north-northeast of the airport.
Resistencia Ancestral Mapuche is an alleged separatist organization that operates near Patagonia in Argentina and Chile, seeking to secede territories of both countries to create a Mapuche nation. Its existence is doubted, but are attacks and sabotage vindicated with this name.
Resistencia is a Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse. She was the leading juvenile filly in Japan in 2019 when she was unbeaten in three starts including the Fantasy Stakes and the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies.
Resistencia Libertaria was an Argentinian anarchist urban guerrilla group that emerged in 1974 via a network of workers and university militants from La Plata y Córdoba. The group worked during the last military dictatorship in Argentina and was the only anarchist guerrilla group during the period of state terrorism in the 1970s.
Resistência Galega , sometimes referred to as REGA, is the term used by a series of left-wing and Galician separatist organizations and individuals to claim attacks in Galicia. The term was first used in 2005 when a manifesto named Manifesto da Resistência Galega appeared on the Internet.