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  • 1 Ligon — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Robert F. Ligon (1823–1901), US amerikanischer Politiker Glenn Ligon (* 1960), US amerikanischer Künstler Jim Ligon (* 1944), US amerikanischer Basketballspieler Thomas Watkins Ligon (1810–1881), US… …

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  • 2 Ligon II — est une planète appartenant à l univers de fiction de Star Trek. Planète de classe M, elle a un aspect très similaire à celui de la Terre avec de grands océans bleus et des continents verts. Voir aussi Lien externe (en) Ligon II, article sur… …

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  • 3 ligón — ligón, na adjetivo,sustantivo masculino y femenino 1. (ser / estar) Uso/registro: coloquial. Que liga mucho o que tiende a buscar relaciones amorosas pasajeras: Esta noche estás muy ligón, a ver si dejas algo para los demás. Es una ligona… …

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  • 4 ligón — s. mujeriego, simpático y agradable con el sexo opuesto. ❙ «¡Vaya body tiene! ¿A que parece un ligón?» Ragazza, n.° 100. ❙ «Lo que nunca debes permitir es que el ligón de turno hable mal de tu amiga...» You, n.° 3. ❙ «¿Tú un ligón? Un piernas, y… …

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  • 5 ligón — {{#}}{{LM L23850}}{{〓}} {{SynL24438}} {{[}}ligón{{]}}, {{[}}ligona{{]}} ‹li·gón, go·na› {{《}}▍ adj./s.{{》}} {{※}}col.{{¤}} Que intenta establecer relaciones amorosas superficiales y pasajeras. {{#}}{{LM SynL24438}}{{〓}} {{CLAVE… …

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  • 6 ligón — I (Derivado de ligar.) ► adjetivo/ sustantivo Se aplica a la persona que intenta entablar relaciones amorosas pasajeras con frecuencia: ■ ten cuidado con él, es muy ligón. SINÓNIMO conquistador II (Del lat. ligo, onis.) ► sustantivo masculino… …

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  • 7 ligón — Sinónimos: ■ mujeriego, conquistador, donjuán, playboy …

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  • 8 ligón — ligón1 (Del lat. ligo, ōnis). m. legón. ligón2, na adj. vulg. Que liga (ǁ entabla relaciones amorosas o sexuales). U. m. c. s.) …

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  • 9 Ligon Middle School — Infobox School Formal school name = John W. Ligon GT Magnet Middle School motto = Ligon’s Mission is to embrace diversity, exploration, and service to create a progressive learning community. school address = 706 East Lenoir Street, Raleigh, NC… …

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  • 10 Ligon Duncan — Infobox Calvinist Theologian region = United States era = color = #B0C4DE name = J. Ligon Duncan, III birth = 1960 death = school tradition = Presbyterianism, Calvinism main interests= Calvinism, Covenant Theology, Biblical Inerrancy, Biblical… …

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  • 11 Robert F. Ligon — Robert Fulwood Ligon (December 23, 1823 October 11, 1901) was the fourth Lieutenant Governor of Alabama. A democrat, Ligon served Governor George S. Houston of the same political party from 1874 1876. Ligon also served in the United States House… …

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  • 12 Thomas Watkins Ligon — (* 10. Mai 1810 im Prince Edward County, Virginia; † 12. Januar 1881 in Ellicott City, Maryland) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker und von 1854 bis 1858 Gouverneur des Bundesstaates Maryland. Zwischen 1845 und 1849 vertrat er seinen Staat im US …

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  • 13 Robert Fulwood Ligon — (* 16. Dezember 1823 in Watkinsville, Georgia; † 11. Oktober 1901 in Montgomery, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Ligon wurde 1823 in Watkinsville, Oconee County als Sohn von Robert und Wilhelmina Ligon geboren. Er studierte Jura an… …

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  • 14 Robert F. Ligon — Robert Fulwood Ligon (* 16. Dezember 1823 in Watkinsville, Oconee County, Georgia; † 11. Oktober 1901 in Montgomery, Alabama) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Robert F. Ligon, Sohn von Robert und Wilhelmina Ligon, studierte Jura an der… …

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  • 15 Glenn Ligon — Infobox Artist bgcolour = #6495ED name = Glenn Ligon imagesize = caption = birthname = birthdate = 1960 location = Bronx, NewYork deathdate = deathplace = nationality = American field = Conceptual Art training = movement = works = patrons =… …

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  • 16 Richard Ligon — (1585? 1662), a British author, lost his fortune in the troubles of 1647, and during this turbulent time in England he found himself, as he notes in his narrative, a stranger in my own country. On June 14 1647, he left for Barbadoes to gain his… …

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  • 17 Jim Ligon — Jim Goose Ligon (born February 22, 1944 in Kokomo, Indiana) is an American former professional basketball player.A 6 7 forward/center, Ligon starred at Kokomo High School in Indiana but never played in college due to legal issues. In 1967, he… …

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  • 18 Thomas Watkins Ligon — (May 10, 1810ndash January 12, 1881), a Democrat, was the 30th Governor of Maryland in the United States from 1854 to 1858. Born in 1810 in Farmville, Virginia, he was also a member of the United States House of Representatives, serving Maryland… …

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  • 19 D.L. Ligon Coliseum — has been home to the Midwestern State University athletic department for 41 years, and it is the site of all MSU home basketball and volleyball events. Built in 1969, the facility was renamed from MSU Coliseum to D.L. Ligon Coliseum on October 18 …

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  • 20 Bahá'í Faith in fiction — The Bahá í Faith has appeared in fiction in multiple forms. The mention of the Bahá í Faith, prominent members, or even individual believers have appeared in a variety of fictional forms including science fiction, and fantasy, as well as styles… …

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