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Richard Hans Olivares Lopez is a Chilean footballer. He played for Deportes Antofagasta and other clubs in his country and Mexico.
Olivares may refer to:
Olivares de Júcar is a municipality in Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, Spain. It has a population of 542.
Olivares is a city located in the province of Seville, Spain. According to the 2016 census , the city has a population of 9480 inhabitants.
Olivares de Duero is a municipality located in the province of Valladolid, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census , the municipality has a population of 330 inhabitants.
The Olivares River is a river of Chile.
Coriander is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. It is also known as Chinese parsley or dhania, and in the United States the stems and leaves are usually called cilantro ().
Corian is a brand of solid surface material created by DuPont. Its primary use is as a countertop/benchtop surface, though it has many other applications.
Coriandrum is a genus of herbs in the family Apiaceae containing the cultivated species Coriandrum sativum and the wild species Coriandrum tordylium. The leaves and seeds of Coriandrum sativum are used in cooking.
Coriaria is the sole genus in the family Coriariaceae, which was described by Linnaeus in 1753. It includes 14 species of small trees, shrubs and subshrubs, with a widespread but disjunct distribution across warm temperate regions of the world, occurring as far apart as the Mediterranean region, southern and eastern Asia, New Zealand , the Pacific Ocean islands, and Central and South America.The leaves are opposite or in whorls, simple, 2–9 cm long, without stipules.
Coriano is a comune in the province of Rimini. This town is known for being the city of the Motorcycle World Champion, in 250cc class, Marco Simoncelli.
Coriaria myrtifolia, called in English redoul, is a shrub to 2–3 m tall. Myrtifolia means myrtle-like leaves.
Coria was a fort and town 2.5 miles south of Hadrian's Wall, in the Roman province of Britannia at a point where a big Roman north–south road (Dere Street) bridged the River Tyne and met another Roman road (Stanegate), which ran east–west between Coria and Luguvalium (the modern Carlisle) in the Solway Plain. The full Latin name is uncertain.