ⓘ Mencía

                                     

ⓘ Mencia

  • Mencia de Mendoza 1508–1554, Dutch culture patron.
  • Carlos Mencia b. 1967, American comedian of Honduran origin.
  • Aida Mencia Ripley, Dominican scientist.
  • Mencia Calderon 1514–1564, Spanish noble lady and expeditionary woman.
  • Mencia Lopez de Haro 1215–1270, Castilian noblewoman, Queen consort of Portugal.
  • Maria Mencia, Spanish artist and researcher.
                                     
  • Doña Mencia is a city located in the province of Cordoba, Spain. According to the 2006 census INE the city has a population of 5001. Municipal Register
  • stand - up routines. Mencia was born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, the seventeenth of eighteen children. His mother, Magdelena Mencia was Mexican, and his
  • Mencia known as Jaen in Portugal, is a Spanish grape variety primarily found in the northwestern part of the country. It is planted on over 9, 100 hectares
  • Mencia de Mendoza y Fonseca 30 November 1508 - 4 January 1554 was a Dutch culture patron. She was a leading figure of the Renaissance in the Netherlands
  • mother, Mencia Calderon, was related to Francisco Pizarro and Hernan Cortes, belonging to noble Castilian families. In April 10, 1550, Mencia Calderon
  • Mind of Mencia was an American television comedy series on the cable channel Comedy Central. Hosted by comedian Carlos Mencia it aired from July 6, 2005
  • and Rafael Mencia Ochoa. She is the niece of artist Geo Ripley. Her paternal grandfather was Dominican diplomat Rafael Mencia Lister. Mencia - Ripley graduated
  • Bonifacio Lopez Mencias 14 May 1888 c. January 1944 was a Filipino physician, epidemiologist, guerrilla sympathizer, and martyr. He is best known
  • Epicopeia mencia is a moth in the family Epicopeiidae. It was described by Moore in 1875. It is found in China, Vietnam, Korea, the Russian Far East, Japan
  • inhabited by Don Gutierre and his wife, Doña Mencia Mencia and her slave, Jacinta, receive them. Mencia is recognized as the infante s former lover by
  • Godello grape. The light red wines of the region are primarily made from the Mencia grape. Around 137 hectares 339 acres of the Southwest France wine grape