viernes, 15 de octubre de 2010

Devil May Cry (EnZo AguirrE)

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Romina Yankelevich

Romina Yan was born on September 5, 1974, was an Argentinian actress, dancer, singer and TV presenter

Daughter of actress and producer Cris Morena and television director and producer Gustavo Yankelevich.

Married to Dario Giordano, in 1998, had three sons, Franco, Valentin and Blue.

His first television appearance in Argentina was in 1991 as a dancer with me Jugate program.

Thanks to the achievement chiquititas telenovela made internationally famous.

Chayanne and also starred together in the telenovela Araceli Gonzalez Provocame.

In 2002 led the playhouse disney show in Argentinian children.

In 2008 the movie realia Horizontal / Vertical with Dario Grandinetti and Mike Amigorena.

In 2009 he recorded the teen telenovela Casi Angeles.

On September 28, 2010 died of an aneurysm.
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Michael jackson's biography

Singer, songwriter. Jackson was born August 29, 1958, in Gary, Indiana, to an African-American working-class family. His father, Joseph Jackson, had been a guitarist . Believing his sons had talent, he molded them into a musical group in the early 1960s called The Jackson 5.

The Jackson 5 moved on to working an opening act for such R&B artists as Gladys Knight and the Pips, James Brown, and Sam and Dave. Many of these performers were signed to the legendary Motown record label, and it has been reported that Gladys Knight may have been the one to tell Motown founder Berry Gordy about the Jackson 5. Impressed by the group, Gordy signed them to his label in 1968.

Michael and his brothers started work on their music and dancing with their father as their manager. In August 1969, the Jackson 5 was introduced to the music industry at a special event, and later served as the opening act for the Supremes. Their first album, Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5, hit the charts in December of that year. It's first single, "I Want You Back," hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in January 1970.

More chart-topping singles quickly followed, such as "ABC," "The Love You Save," and "I'll Be There." At the age of 13, Jackson launched a solo career in addition to his work with the Jackson 5. He made the charts in 1971 with "Got to Be There" from the album of the same name. His 1972 album, Ben, featured the eponymous ballad about a rat. The song became Jackson's first solo No. 1 single.



Rodrigo Alejandro Bueno , mostly known as Rodrigo, was an Argentine singer of cuarteto music. His nickname among cuarteto fans was el potro ("the Colt").

Rodrigo was popular in Cordoba and many other provinces, and made inroads into Buenos Aires middle-class audiences. He was the best-selling cuarteto artist in the late 1990s, and performed in the largest concert halls in the country (including Buenos Aires's Luna Park).

Among his famous songs are Soy cordobes ("I am from Cordoba") and La mano de Dios ("The Hand of God"), dedicated to Diego Maradona. Maradona mentioned Rodrigo in his autobiography, and covered the song himself in this 2005 TV show (changing the lyrics from third person to first).


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Peron´s biography

born Oct. 8, 1895, Lobos, Buenos Aires provincia, Argentina—died July 1, 1974, Buenos Aires) army colonel who became president of Argentina (1946–52, 1952–55, 1973–74) and was founder and leader of the Peronist movement.

Early life and career

Perón in his career was in many ways typical of the upwardly mobile, lower-middle-class youth of Argentina. He entered military school at 16 and made somewhat better than average progress through the officer ranks. A strongly built six-foot-tall youth, Perón became the champion fencer of the army and a fine skier and boxer. He served in Chile as a military attaché and travelled to Italy to observe the rise of the Fascists and Nazis during 1938–40. He had a bent for history and political philosophy and published in those fields

Perón returned to Argentina in 1941, used his acquired knowledge to achieve the rank of colonel, and joined the United Officers Group (Grupo de Oficiales Unidos; GOU), a secret military lodge that engineered the 1943 coup that overthrew the ineffective civilian government of Argentina. The military regimes of the following three years came increasingly under the influence of Perón, who had shrewdly requested for himself only the minor post of secretary of labour and social welfare. In 1944, however, as a protégé of Pres. Gen. Edelmiro J. Farrell (1944–46), Perón became minister of war and then vice president. Clearly he was bidding for undisputed power,