Top 10 similar words or synonyms for homem

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for homem

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Homem Primata The music video for "Homem Primata" at first shows black & white shots of the band walking among a crowd, alternating with images of pre-historical men. Then, in now colorful shots, the band starts tagging a 1950s truck with graffiti (illustrations include the anarchist symbol) before they start performing the song on board of it while someone drives it through the center of São Paulo. This ride is alternated with images of the band performing inside a cage, with people watching from outside.
Lopo Homem Lopo Homem (16th century) was a Portuguese cartographer and cosmographer.
Lopo Homem In 1517, King Manuel I of Portugal handed Lopo Homem a charter entitling him the privilege of certifying and amending all compass needles in vessels. This charter was revalidated in 1524 by King John III of Portugal. Anytime another person performed these tasks, they should have paid to the cartographer twenty "cruzados". Two years later Lopo Homem participated in the making of the atlas known as "Lopo Homem-Reineis Atlas" or "Miller Atlas" with cartographer Pedro Reinel and his son, Jorge Reinel. They were considered the best cartographers of their time, with Emperor Charles V wanting them to work for him.
Diogo Homem Due to a crime of murder, in which he was connivent, he was forced to exile from Portugal, first in England, and then in Venice. It was there that he produced numerous manuscript atlases and charts, many of them of the Mediterranean.
Diogo Homem The work of Diogo Homem is of an exceptional graphical quality and beauty, being kept in Italy, Austria, United Kingdom, France, the USA and Portugal.
Robert Homem Robert Homem (born 1972) is a South African poet and publisher. Homem was born in Johannesburg. He edited "Something Quarterly" and "Sun Belly Press", which since 1994 has published writers such as Alan Finlay, Gus Ferguson and Gary Cummiskey. "Something Quarterly" and "Sun Belly Press" formed part of the so-called post apartheid poetry revolution in South Africa.
Lopo Homem In 1524, he participated on the Portuguese side in the Conferences of Badajoz-Elvas, established by the Crowns of Portugal and Spain following the so-called "Moluccas issue". A letter written by Lopo Homem alluding to the board quarrels over the claims of the two kings on exploration rights remains in Torre do Tombo. In 1531, Lopo Homem was awarded a pension of 20,000 reais for life, increased to 5,000 in 1532. He was the father of Diogo Homem, also a cartographer.
Lopo Homem His earliest known work is a world map, discovered in London in 1930. In Florence there is another world map dated 1554, and Lisbon's National Library has also a navigation chart (which before 1910 was in the Palácio das Necessidades, having belonged to Charles I of Portugal). Scholar Armando Cortesão's "Cartography and Portuguese cartographers in the fifteenth and sixteenth" includes an extensive section devoted to Lopo Homem.
Homem Primata Homem Primata is the sixth single by Titãs, released in 1987. It featured a reworked version of Polícia and a dance remix of the same song as B-sides.
Robert Homem Shortly after the abolishment of apartheid, Homem left South Africa to settle in Europe where he found a passion for garden and pool maintenance. He still dabbles in poetry between mowing lawn and skimming dead insects off water surfaces.