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Cavallaro

Cavallaro may refer to: People Vincent Cavallaro 1912-1985 - American Artist Carmen Cavallaro 1913–1989 - American pianist Gina Cavallaro - reporter for the Army Times Alessandro Cavallaro 1980- - Italian sprinter Cosimo Cavallaro 1961- - Canadia ...

                                               

Cavallo

Tiberius Cavallo 1749–1809, Anglo-Italian physicist Diana Cavallo 1931–2017, American writer Emile-Gustave Cavallo-Peduzzi 1851–1917, French painter Rob Cavallo born 1963, American music producer Ricardo Cavallo born 1951, Argentine political act ...

                                               

Caven

Albert Cavens 1906–1985, Belgian-American silent film actor Simone Cavens, American silent film actress Jurgen Cavens born 1978, Belgian footballer Ingrid Caven born 1938, German film actress Peter Caven born 1970, former Australian rules footbal ...

                                               

Cavenagh

Winifred Cavenagh 1908–2004, British criminologist, social scientist, and academic Wentworth Cavenagh 1821–1895, South Australian politician Orfeur Cavenagh 1820–1891, British army officer and administrator George Cavenagh 1836–1922, Australian c ...

                                               

Caver (disambiguation)

William Douglas, of Cavers died 1748 c. 1688–1748, Scottish politician Harry Cavers 1909–1995, Canadian politician Walter D. Cavers 1888–1955, American politician Archibald Douglas, 13th of Cavers died 1741, Scottish politician Vivian Caver born ...

                                               

Cavey

Cavey may refer to: Captain Caveman, a fictional character nicknamed "Cavey" Bruxy Cavey born 1965, Canadian pastor and author John M. Cavey 1907–1982, American politician and lawyer Cavey Jr, the son of Captain Caveman

                                               

Cawood (disambiguation)

Cawood is a village in North Yorkshire, England. Cawood may refer to: Cawood sword, regarded as "one of the finest Viking swords ever discovered". It is nearly 1.000 years old and is the fifth sword of its type ever to be found and by far the bes ...

                                               

Caylor

                                               

Caylus

Claude Abraham de Tubieres de Grimoard de Pestel de Levis, duc de Caylus c. 1672–1759, French military leader Charles de Tubieres de Caylus 1698–1750, French naval officer, governor of Martinique Anne Claude de Caylus 1692–1765, French archaeolog ...

                                               

Cazeneuve

Jean Cazeneuve 1915–2005, French sociologist and anthropologist. Paul Cazeneuve 1852–1934, French politician Andre Cazeneuve died 1874, French soldier in Japanese service Bernard Cazeneuve born 1963, French prime minister Louis Cazeneuve 1908–197 ...

                                               

Cazenove

Cazenove may refer to: Christopher Cazenove 1943-2010, British actor Cazenove ward, a ward in the London Borough of Hackney Antoine Charles Cazenove 1775–1852, Swiss-American businessman and diplomat Theophilus Cazenove, financier and one of the ...

                                               

Cazes

Cazes or Cazes may refer to: People Romain Cazes 1810-1881, French historical painter Jean-Louis Cazes b. 1951, French footballer David Cazes 1851-1913, Moroccan Jewish educator and writer Mario Cazes 1890-1972, French composer, conductor and vio ...

                                               

Cedres

Miguel Jimenez boxer born 1970, Cedres, Puerto Rican retired boxer Cristian Cedres born 1996, Spanish footballer Antonio Cedres 1927–2015, Spanish footballer and coach Jimena Cedres born 1993, Argentine field hockey player Fernando Clavijo Cedres ...

                                               

Ceja

Ceja is a Spanish-language surname. People with the surname include: MC Ceja born 1978, Puerto Rican hip hop singer and composer also known as El Cejon Ramon Michel Navarro Ceja Ramon Navarro; born 1998, professional Mexican footballer Israel Mad ...

                                               

Celi

Celi may refer to: CELI, Certificato di Conoscenza della Lingua Italiana Ara Celi born 1974, American actress Celi Bee, American disco musician. Adolfo Celi 1922 –1986, Italian film actor and director

                                               

Cellarius

Cellarius is the Latin form of cellarer, an office within a medieval Benedictine abbey. As a surname it is usually a Latinized form of the German name Keller. Notable people with the surname include: Christoph Cellarius, 1638–1707, Christoph Kell ...

                                               

Cellino

Cellino may refer to: Cellino Attanasio, an Italian municipality of the Province of Teramo, Abruzzo Cellino San Marco, an Italian municipality of the Province of Brindisi, Apulia 3857 Cellino, a main-belt asteroid

                                               

Cels

Cels may refer to: CelS, Cellulose 1.4-beta-cellobiosidase reducing end, an enzyme Center for Legal and Social Studies CELS, Spanish human rights organization presided by Horacio Verbitsky HUGO Committee on Ethics, Law and Society CELS of the Hum ...

                                               

Celsius (disambiguation)

Celsius is a unit of temperature. Celsius may also refer to: 4169 Celsius, an asteroid Fujitsu Celsius, a line of workstation computers made by Fujitsu Celsius crater, a lunar crater Celsius Mission, the flight of Swedish ESA astronaut Christer F ...

                                               

Cena (disambiguation)

Cena is an ancient Roman meal. Cena may also refer to: The Czech and Slovak word for Price John Cena, an American professional wrestler and actor The Spanish and Italian word for dinner Cena N641, a bomb detection dog in the US Marines Marcone Ce ...

                                               

Censor

Censor, the police of the Royal College of Physicians Imperial censorate, a high-level supervisory agency in ancient China, whose duties involved criticizing other officials

                                               

Ceragioli

Enzo Ceragioli, 20th-century Italian conductor, composer, arranger, and pianist Peter A. Ceragioli Jr. 1932–2004, American West Coast jazz pianist and accordionist Giorgio Ceragioli, early 20th-century Italian painter and sculptor Giorgio Ceragio ...

                                               

Cerdas

                                               

Cerezo (disambiguation)

Sebastian Cerezo fl. 1780, Spanish dancer Francisco Cerezo b. 1970, Spanish cyclist Jose Manuel Cerezo b. 1973, Spanish runner Efren Cerezo Torres b. 1946, Mexican politician Enrique Cerezo b. 1948, Spanish film producer and current president of ...

                                               

Cerne

Teja Černe born 1984, Slovenian sailor Rudi Cerne born 1958, German figure skater and TV presenter Joe Cerne born 1942, U.S. American football player

                                               

Cerney

Cerney is a placename and a surname. It may refer to: Places North Cerney, a village and civil parish in the English county of Gloucestershire Cerney, a former village or hamlet near the Welsh town of Wrexham South Cerney, a village and civil par ...

                                               

Cernik

Cernik or Černik may refer to: Oldeich Černik 1921–1994, Czech politician and Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia 1968–1970 Černik, Slovakia Cernik, Brod-Posavina County, Croatia

                                               

Cerreto

Municipalities comuni Abbadia Cerreto, Province of Lodi Cerreto Abbey Cerreto Guidi, in the Province of Florence Cerreto Sannita, in the Province of Benevento Cerreto Castello, in the Province of Biella Cerreto Grue, in the Province of Alessandri ...

                                               

Cerrito

El Cerrito, California, a city in Contra Costa County El Cerrito, San Diego, California Cerritos, California, a city in Los Angeles County El Cerrito, Riverside County, California El Cerrito, New Mexico Los Cerritos, Long Beach, California Cerrit ...

                                               

Cerulli

Cerulli may refer to: Cerulli crater, crater in the Ismenius Lacus quadrangle on Mars Vincenzo Cerulli 1859–1927, Italian astronomer and founder of the Collurania-Teramo Observatory in Teramo Enrico Cerulli 1898–1988, Italian scholar of Somali an ...

                                               

Cesaro

Cesaro may refer to: Cesàro summation Cesàro equation Ernesto Cesàro 1859–1906, an Italian mathematician Cesaro wrestler Claudio Castagnoli, born 1980, a Swiss wrestler Cesaro, a town in Italy Andrea Cesaro born 1986, an Italian footballer

                                               

Cesti

Cesti can refer to: Latin plural of cestus Cest, a girdle Italian plural of Cestus, a Classical weapon Antonio Cesti 1623-1669, Italian Baroque composer

                                               

Cete

The English collective noun for a group of badgers The clade Cete, encompassing Cetacea and Mesonychia extinct ancestors.

                                               

Ceva (disambiguation)

12579 Ceva, an asteroid Ceva railway station, a railway station in the Italian town of Ceva Marquisate of Ceva, a former independent state in Italy centered on the town of Ceva Monte Ceva, a hill of the Veneto, Italy

                                               

Chaban

The name Chaban, as well as variants such as Chaban, is a common surname and place name in several different countries. Chaban as a surname is of Zaporizhian Cossack origin and means a shepherd. Chaban as an occupational term is used throughout P ...

                                               

Chabot

Jean-Philip Chabot born 1988, Canadian professional ice hockey player Louis François Jean Chabot 1757–1837, French general of the Napoleonic Wars Arlette Chabot born 1951, French journalist and political commentator James Chabot 1927–1989, Canadi ...

                                               

Chace

Malcolm Greene Chace 1875–1955, financier, tennis player, hockey coach Malcolm Greene Chace, Jr., 1904–1996 chairman of Berkshire Hathaway during the 1960s Malcolm Greene Chace III 1934–2011, board of directors of Berkshire Hathaway 1992-2007 Eli ...

                                               

Chadan

Chadan may refer to: Places Chadan town, a town in the Tuva Republic, Russia Chadan Urban Settlement, a municipal formation which Chadan Town Under District Jurisdiction in Dzun-Khemchiksky District of the Tuva Republic, Russia is incorporated as ...

                                               

Chadbourne

James H. Chadbourn 1905–1982, American legal scholar and professor of law at Harvard University Thomas Chadbourne 1871–1938, American lawyer who founded the firm now known as Chadbourne & Parke LLP Lloyd Chadburn 1919–1944, Canadian World War II ...

                                               

Chadwell

Chadwell, Leicestershire Chadwell St Mary in Thurrock Chadwell, Shropshire Chadwell Heath in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Chadwell Springs in Hertfordshire - one of the sources of the New River England

                                               

Chag

Chag may refer to: Chag Jewish holiday, חג in Hebrew, plural: Chagim the transliteration from Hebrew meaning "holiday" Christian Health Association of Ghana CHAG Niraj Chag born 1976, London-based musical artist and composer

                                               

Chahal

Sallo Chahal, a village in Batala, Gurdaspur district, Punjab, India Chahal, Guatemala, a municipality in Guatemala Janian Chahal, village in Shahkot, Jalandhar district, Punjab, India Chahal Kalan, a village in Batala, Gurdaspur district, Punjab ...

                                               

Chain (disambiguation)

Necklace, or neck chain, or chain, a type of jewelry which is worn around the neck Mail armour or "chainmail" or "chain mail", a type of armor made of interlocking chain links

                                               

Chaison

                                               

Chakravarthy

Chakravarthy 1987 film, Indian Telugu film released in 1987 Chakravarthy 1977 film, Indian Tamil film released in 1977 Chakravarthy 2017 film, Indian Kannada film to be released in 2016 Chakravarthy 1995 film, Indian Tamil film released in 1995 C ...

                                               

Chaliapin (disambiguation)

Chaliapin may refer to: 2562 Chaliapin, an asteroid Chaliapin festival, Gagino, a Russian music event Feodor Chaliapin 1873-1938, Russian opera singer Feodor Chaliapin, Jr. 1905-1992, actor, son of Feodor Chaliapin Boris Chaliapin, artist and ill ...

                                               

Chalk (disambiguation)

Chalk is a type of sedimentary rock, composed predominantly of calcium carbonate. Chalk may also refer to: Billiard chalk, a silica and corundum compound applied to the tip of a cue The Chalk Group, a stratigraphic unit in northwest Europe. Chalk ...

                                               

Chalke (disambiguation)

Sarah Chalke born 1976, Canadian actress Stephen Chalke born 1948, English author and publisher Steve Chalke born 1955, British Christian leader

                                               

Challenger

The Challengers band, a 1960s surf rock group Challenger Knut album, a 2002 album Challengers album, a 2007 album by The New Pornographers Challenger Recover album, a 2013 album by Recover Challenger Burning Star Core album, a 2008 album Challeng ...

                                               

Chalon

FC Chalon, a football club Le Chalon, in the Drome departement RC Chalon, a rugby union club Chalon-sur-Saone, in the Saone-et-Loire departement Chalon, Isere, formerly Chalons, in Frances Isere departement Chateau-Chalon, in the Jura departement ...

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