• Aurelio Rodríguez

    Aurelio Rodríguez

    Aurelio Rodríguez Ituarte, Jr. (December 28, 1947 – September 23, 2000), sometimes known by the nickname "Chi Chi", was a Mexican professional baseball player. Known for his powerful throwing arm, he was one of the great defensive third basemen of his generation. His career range factor of 3.215 per nine innings at third base ranks second in major league history, and his 4,150 assists at the position ranked fifth in major league history at the time of his retirement.

  • Aurelio

    Aurelio may refer to:

  • Aurélio

  • Marcos Aurelio (footballer, born 1977)

  • Aurelio Caicedo Ayerbe

    Aurelio Caicedo Ayerbe

    Aurelio Caicedo Ayerbe (4 May 1921 – 23 July 1998) was a Colombian lawyer and diplomat. He served as the 14th Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations and as Ambassador of Colombia to the Holy See.

  • Mario Aurelio Poli

    Mario Aurelio Poli

    Mario Aurelio Poli (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈma.ɾjo au̯.ˈɾe.ljo ˈpo.li]; born 29 November 1947) is an Argentine cardinal of the Catholic Church. He has served as the Archbishop of Buenos Aires since his installation on 20 April 2013, succeeding Jorge Bergoglio, SJ, who was elected as Pope Francis. He previously served as the bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa in Argentina.

  • Don Aurelio Ortega Castañeda

    Aurelio Ortega Castañeda (7 May 1900), known as Don Aurelio Ortega Castañeda, son of Aurelio Ortega y Placeres, was the editor of the famous magazine at the time La Calandria and of other works such as Panorama Orizabeño Almas Provincianas (1938); Nuestra Señora de los Puentes (1943); Pluviosilla Señorial y Legendaria (1955); among others like: "Anécdotas y otros cuentos"; "Orizaba (álbum gráfico descriptivo)"; "Almas Provincianas y Crepúsculo y Senderos de Historia (obras inéditas)". He is the father of the renowned Mexican musician and artist Armando Ortega.

  • Aurelio Sousa Matute

    Aurelio Sousa y Matute (August 31, 1860 – February 26, 1925) was a Peruvian lawyer and politician. He was born in the Cajamarca Region of Peru. He graduated from the National University of San Marcos. He served in the Chamber of Deputies of Peru and was its president. He also served in the Senate of Peru. He served as minister of justice (August 22–October 22, 1914), interior (June 17–July 27, 1913) and economy and finance (October 22–November 11, 1914) in the Government of Peru. He was twice Prime Minister of Peru (June–July 1913, August–November 1914). He died in Nice, France.

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