• Learco Guerra

    Learco Guerra

    Learco Guerra (14 October 1902 - 7 February 1963) was an Italian professional road racing cyclist. The highlight of his career was his overall win in the 1934 Giro d'Italia. He was born in San Nicolò Po, a frazione of Bagnolo San Vito in Lombardy, gained the nickname of "Human Locomotive" for his enduring quality in plain stages. After mediocre attempts to play football, Guerra became a professional cyclist in 1928, at 26. The following year he became Italian champion, racing as an independent or semi-professional.

  • Nearco


    Nearco (January 24, 1935 – June 27, 1957) was an Italian-bred Thoroughbred racehorse described by Thoroughbred Heritage as "one of the greatest racehorses of the Twentieth Century" and "one of the most important sires of the century." He was unbeaten, winning 14 races at distances from 1000m (5 furlongs) to 3000m (1 mile 7 furlongs), including the Derby Italiano and Grand Prix de Paris. He was then sold for a record amount and stood stud in England, where he became the patriarch of several of the most dominant sire lines in Thoroughbred history.

  • Princess Nearco (horse)

    Princess Nearco is a racing horse owned by Mrs. C. M. Clarke. She was bred by K. Maginn and sired by Elzaam with Royal Jubilee as the dam.

  • Lear

    Lear or Leir may refer to:

  • Learchus


    Learchus (Greek: Λέαρχος) or Learches is a figure in Greek mythology and was the son of Athamas and Ino as well as the brother of Melicertes.

  • Learn.com


    Learn.com was a software company headquartered in Sunrise, Florida. Learn.com provided on-demand learning management and talent management software, and e-learning courses.

  • LERC

    The Lebanese Emigrant and Residency Club (LERC) was established in 2004 in Kfarhouna, Lebanon. The LERC works to bring together youth from Lebanon with those with Lebanese ties from abroad. Members of the LERC working toward continuing the annual Emigrant Camps of Kfarhouna. In 2009, the LERC worked with Relief International to conduct a camp of 120 participants. The current LERC president is Abraham Ajrouch, while the vice president is Hajj Ali Abbas.

  • Learmonth

    Learmonth may refer to:

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