Celebrities & Politicians Luis Enrique

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IMDB Filmography: Luis Enrique

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Mejía López, (born September 28, 1962) is a Nicaraguan singer and composer. He started his career in the late 1980s and achieved success in the 1990s earning the title "El Principe de la Salsa (The Prince of Salsa). He was one of the leading pioneers that led to the salsa romantica movement in the 1980s. Enrique has received two Grammy Award-nomination for "Best Tropical Latin Performance" for album Luces del Alma and his song Amiga. He performed and recorded with salsa romantica group Sensation 85, which also included La Palabra and Nestor Torres. In 2009, his album, Ciclos, was nominated for numerous Latin Grammy Awards, his biggest breakthrough in over a decade. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Tropical Latin Album.

Luis Enrique in FC Barcelona B v Girona - Liga Adelante - Zimbio

Head coach Luis Enrique of FC Barcelona B looks on prior the La Liga Adelante match between FC Barcelona B and Girona at Mini Estadi on January 8, in...

IMDB Filmography: Luis Enrique

Self, XV FIFA World Cup 1994

Wikipedia: Luis Enrique Bracamontes

( January 15, 2003) was a Mexican engineer and politician.

Wikipedia: Luis Enrique Camejo

(born January 19, in Pinar del Río) is a Cuban contemporary painter who won several prizes, including the First Place Prize in the V Painting Contest Nicomedes García Gomez in He lives and works in Havana today.

Wikipedia: Luis Enrique Delgado

(born October 26, in Bucaramanga, Santander) is a Colombian football goalkeeper. He currently plays for Millonarios in Categoría Primera A.

Wikipedia: Luis Enrique Erro

(January 7, – January 18, 1955) was a Mexican astronomer, politician, and educational reformer.

Wikipedia: Luis Enrique Fernandez

Luis Enrique Fernández Figueroa was a Mexican footballer. He played most of his career with Puebla F.C., where he began his career in the mid-1970s, when the club had been promoted from the second division. In the 1970s, he was a key player for Puebla's qualifications and avoiding various relegation tournaments. In He transferred to Atlante F.C., where he played till In 1982, he returned to Puebla, where in he helped the club win its first Primera División Profesional against Chivas in a memorable penalty shootout where he scored the final goal to clinch the title. He played one more year with the club and then retired, but came back to play one more year for Club Universidad de Guadalajara in

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Wikipedia: Luis Enrique Mena

(born in Riosucio, Chocó on July 16, 1992) is a Colombian football midfield, who currently plays for Millonarios in the Categoría Primera A. Mena is a product of the Millonarios youth system and played with the Millonarios first team since April,

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