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Definition of the noun Chema
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Chema is a genus of Laridae, described by Reichenow in 1889.
- synonym: genus Chema
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Aves
- order: Charadriiformes
- family: Laridae
- genus: Xema
- Chema: José María Giménez Pérez, commonly known as Chema, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Hércules CF as a goalkeeper.
- Chema: José Manuel Jiménez Sancho, commonly known as Chema, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a right midfielder.
- Chema a.k.a. José María Torre is a Mexican actor and fashion designer who started his career at the age of five doing television commercials. He is the brother of actresses Fátima and Andrea Torre. He is known by the nickname "Chema".
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- Chema a.k.a. José María de Tavira Bianchi is a Mexican film and stage actor.
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- Chema a.k.a. José María Mendiola is an actor.
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There are other people with in their name, like Chema Mazo, Chema Ruiz, Chema Adeva, Chema Madoz, Chema Muñoz, Chema Pérez, Chema Baladin, Chema Bellido, Chema de Miguel, Chema de la Peña and many others.
- Chema is a fictional character from the 2008 film 25 Carat.
- Chema is a fictional character from the 2005 film 7 virgins.
- Chema is a fictional character from the 2009 film Friend Zone.
- Chema is a fictional character from the 1996 film Thesis.
- Chema is a fictional character from 2011 drama film The Other Family.
- Chema is a fictional character from the 1981 film The Minister’s Wife.
- Chema is a fictional film character.
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by William Chambers, Robert Chambers
Chema is the first of the traditions respecting these arts. The book itself is called Chema; hence the art is called Chemia.1 Even supposing for a moment that the preamble of this singular account is true, and that the l Sons of God1 did impart ...
University of texas record (1900)
by University of Texas
Chema is the first of the traditions respecting these arts. The book itself is called Chema; hence, the art is called Chemia." It appears to have been a favorite opinion among Arabian alchemists, and shared by Albertus Magnus, that Hermes ...
by John William Collins
CHEMA is an informal voluntary assembly of management-oriented higher education associations in the United States and Canada. (cf) counseling An interpersonal process that occurs in the context of a helping relationship. In counseling ...
The Mexico City Penny Press, 1900-1910 by Robert M. Buffington
Chema is a common nickname for José María, while Pitacio likely comes from the phrase “enredar la pita” (to foul up the works), which is the cantankerous Pitacio's role in most dialogues. The verb pitar can mean “to blow a whistle” or “to boo ...
+ Chema is a mere expletive, or anucaraaa, and may be translated by " and the like" or etcetera. % The forms of the ...
The Verses Of Ve'Mana, Moral, Religious And Satirical. Translated By Charles Philip Brown, Of The Madras Civil Service (1829)
+ Chema is a mere expletive, or anucarana, and may be translated by “and the like” or etcetera. # The forms of the verb here used are unpoetical, and belong to the colloquial style. We may therefore substitute <<ysboros boysoso. oo: soyoos ...
Containing a Concise Explanation of All the Terms Used in Medicine, Surgery, Pharmacy, Botany, Natural History, Chymistry, and Materia Medica by John Redman Coxe
Chema, a measure of two small spoonfuls; a pugil. Chemia, chemistry, or that science which explains the actions of bodies on each other; preparation of gold and silver from baser metals. Chemici, those who pursue the art of chemistry.
Lexicon Philologicum præcipue etymologicum et sacrum, in quo Latinæ et a Latinis auctoribus usurpatæ ... voces ex originibus declarantur ... Editio altera ... locupletior, etc (1655)
Cæterùm Latinidicuntetiam/chema,e, schidium,az Moraffula:dimin. cx4థిáġo findo. Sicno| forvilischema, quod ibi penulæ genus feu vilis primam schilper. Paulus Warnefride gelt.Langob.lib.&c.28. Regis schinos, lentifcus. Id vide. Hefych .
Kritisch-etymologisches Wörterbuch der magyarischen Sprache, etc. (Magyaricae linguae lexicon critico-etymologicum, etc.). (1833)
by Gergely DANKOVSZKY
Отказ—тэта, Chema gigas, die Biesenmuschel. ' 'Ó rj a, orlya (ora, lat. orlo, ital.) der Hand,l Saum.„ Órja a' disznónak, nnctum, das liückgrad vom Schiveine. rjás káposzta, caules cum carne porcina dorsali ,- Kraut mit Schwein'sriicken. Ór-lik ...
by George Speirs Alexander Ranking
chema Chapi, f. „Щытз, ш. Dam, bami, m. щ puglrta, ш. (with Üuwìl! bändìmä) (of an animal) l» та, f. Damage, Е)“ harj, m. пирата, m. Damage, to, “у; 61“ harj kamä Elgin» ...
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Conferencia: "Thinking about Security" de Chema Alonso
Conferencia "Thinking about Security" de Chema Alonso (El Maligno), Hacker, Consultor de Seguridad y Fundador de Informatica64, presentada el 20 de ...
Scrabble value of C3H4E1M3A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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