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Tomasa is a Spanish female name. It may refer to:


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Noh Matta Wat! is a Belizean dramatic television series. It airs on Great Belize Television ; Tropical Vision Limited and Krem Television (cable).

<i>Tomasa Tequiero</i> television series

Tomasa Tequiero is a Venezuelan telenovela written by Doris Seguí and produced by Venevisión between 2009 and 2010. On October 7, 2009, Venevisión began broadcasting Tomasa tequiero at 9:00 pm replacing Un Esposo para Estela


Tomasa Sereneo-Manalo was the first wife of Felix Y. Manalo, the first Executive Minister of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) and regarded by the members of the church as the Last Messenger of God.

Felix Manalo Filipino Christian minister

Félix Manalo Ysagun, also known as Ka Felix, registered the "Iglesia ni Cristo" in the Philippine Government in July 27,1914. He was the first Executive Minister of the Iglesia ni Cristo. He is the father of Eraño G. Manalo, who succeeded him as Executive Minister of the INC, and the grandfather of Eduardo V. Manalo, the current Executive Minister.

María Tomasa Palafox, Marquise of Villafranca Spanish noble

Doña María Tomasa Palafox y Portocarrero, Marquise of Villafranca and Duchess of Medina Sidonia (1780–1835), was a patron and muse of the painter Francisco de Goya y Lucientes and the wife of Francisco de Borja Álvarez de Toledo, 12th Marquis of Villafranca.

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Tomás is a Spanish and Portuguese or Irish given name equivalent of Thomas.

Thomas (name) male given name

Thomas is recorded in the Greek New Testament as the name of Thomas the Apostle. It is ultimately derived from the Aramaic personal name תאומא, meaning "twin," and the English spelling Thomas is a transliteration of the Greek Θωμάς.

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Marta tiene un marcapasos single by Hombres G

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John Vladimir Cruz Manalo popularly known as John Manalo is a Filipino actor who is formerly a member of ABS-CBN's circle of homegrown talents named Star Magic. He is a multi-awarded child actor. He is the nephew of Jericho Rosales.

<i>My Little Juan</i> television series

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Enrique Manalo

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Valeria Cisternas, better known by her stage name Tomasa Del Real, is a Chilean singer, composer, and Reggaeton artist. She is regarded as a pioneer of Neoperreo, a social-media inspired offshoot of Reggaeton. As such, many refer to her as "La Reina del Neoperreo".

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La Macanita is the artistic name of Tomasa Guerrero Carrasco, a Spanish flamenco singer.