Chico means small, boy or child in the Spanish language. It is the nickname for Francisco in the Portuguese language. Chico may refer to: Chico, California, a city Chico, Montana, an unincorporated community Chico, Texas, a city Chico, Washington, a census designated place Chico River Río Chico Chico Creek, Colorado Chico Formation, a Mesozoic geologic formation in the US Chico, or Ch'iqu, a volcano in Bolivia Alfred "Chico" Alvarez, Canadian trumpeter Chico Anysio, Brazilian actor, comedian and composer Francisco Aramburu, Brazilian footballer Chico Bouchikhi, musician and a co-founder of the Gipsy Kings leader of Chico & the Gypsies Chico Buarque, Brazilian singer, composer, dramatist and poet Chico, Portuguese footballer Francisco José Castro Fernandes Chico, Angolan footballer Carlos Francisco Diassonama Panzo Bunga Chico César, Brazilian singer and songwriter Diego Corrales, American professional boxer Chico DeBarge, American R&B singer Chico Díaz, Mexican-born Brazilian actor Chico Faria, Portuguese footballer Chico Flores, Spanish footballer Chico Freeman, American jazz musician Chico Hamilton, American jazz drummer and bandleader Ray Hopkins, Welsh rugby player Chico Maki, Canadian National Hockey League player Chico Marx, American comedian and actor born Leonard Marx Chico Mendes, Brazilian rubber tapper, trade union leader and environmentalist.
See Chico Té below. Chico Netto, Brazilian footballer Washington "Chico" Oliveira, half of the Chico & Roberta Brazilian song and dance duo Chico Resch, Canadian retired National Hockey League goaltender and television sportscaster Eduardo Rózsa-Flores, Bolivian-Hungarian soldier, journalist and secret agent Chico Salmon, Major League Baseball utility player from Panama Chico Serra, Brazilian Formula One race car driver Chico Slimani, British singer Chico Té, Francisco Mendes was a Guinea-Bissau politician Chico Walker, American former Major League Baseball catcher Chico Xavier, Brazilian spiritist medium Gery Chico, American lawyer and politician Moraíto Chico II, Spanish Flamenco guitarist Mariano Chico, Governor of Alta California, Mexico, in 1836 Matt Chico, American former baseball pitcher Chico Lanete, Philippine Basketball Association player Chico, American graffiti artist Antonio Garcia, whose tag is "Chico" Chico Álvarez, American Latin jazz musician Bryan Alvarez, American newsletter editor and professional wrestler under the ring name Chico Alvarez Chico Science, stage name of Brazilian singer and composer Francisco de Assis França Chico Escuela, a recurring character played by Garrett Morris on Saturday Night Live Chuck Billy, a character created by Mauricio de Sousa and called Chico Bento in Portuguese Chico, a 1977 album by Chico Freeman Chico, a 2001 film starring Eduardo Rózsa-Flores, based on his life California State University, Chico CHICO, a Chinese construction company based in Henan Volkswagen Chico, a 1992 concept car Chico Senior High School, California Chico, a railroad station in Chico, California Chicos, an Australian confectionery Chico language Chico, a cat, the narrator of an authorized biography of Pope Benedict XVI An alternate name for the Sapodilla used in tropical Asia Operation Chico, a 1958 Civil Defense exercise in California El Chico Chiko Roll, an Australian savoury snack, inspired by the Chinese egg roll and spring rolls Gabriel Campillo, Spanish professional boxer known as "Chico Guapo"
The Day the Loving Stopped is a 1981 American made-for-television drama film directed by Daniel Mann. Based on a novel by Julie Autumn List, the film stars Dennis Weaver and Valerie Harper as a couple whose divorce upsets their two daughters, portrayed by Dominique Dunne and Ally Sheedy; as Judy Danner is about to marry her college sweetheart Danny Reynolds, she starts to question if marrying the man she loves is the right decision, considering how her parents, psychologist and Norma, have divorced bitterly. The film is told in flashbacks, as Judy, her younger sister Debbie, reflect their parents' marriage; as children and Debbie were happy, living with their parents under the same roof. Norma, however, is unhappy with her marriage, she gets upset with Aaron and suspects that he might have an affair with one of his patients due to his recurring late night visits to them. Despite the children's protests, they decide to divorce each other. Judy and Norma have difficulty adjusting to their new home situations, try - without luck - to reunite their parents.
Norma begins to date an artist named Bryan Forma. Aaron falls in love with, marries Laura. During Aaron and Laura's wedding, Judy bursts out in tears and tells her dad that she wants him to get back together with Norma. After the divorce and Norma are fighting with each other, which assures Aaron that he will never have a future with his ex-wife. Judy and Debbie do not get along with Laura's daughter Cathy. Conflicts ensue when Aaron tells Judy that they cannot spend time together 24/7 and that he needs to be with Laura sometimes. Judy feels vows to never speak to her father again. Years in college, Judy meets Danny. Though hesitant at first, she agrees to date with him and they both fall in love; as they are about to marry, Judy starts to worry that it might be a wrong decision, considering how everyone around her divorces at one point. Aaron has split with Laura, Norma broke up with Bryan, because he moved to Rome. Norma and Debbie both try to comfort Judy, but Aaron convinces her that she should not break off the wedding.
In the end and Danny marry. Dennis Weaver as Aaron Danner Valerie Harper as Norma Danner Dominique Dunne as Judy Danner Sam Groom as Bryan Forma James Canning as Danny Reynolds Ally Sheedy as Debbie Danner Francoise Noel as Young Judy Danner Stacey Glick as Young Debbie Danner Arlene Martel as Laura Debbie Hines as Cathy The Day the Loving Stopped on IMDb
Dennis White, aka Latroit, is a Grammy Award winning record producer, artist and DJ working within electronic dance music. Dennis White got an early start in Dance Music when asked by Kevin Saunderson to join the influential Detroit Techno group Inner City as the Music Director for Inner City's'Big Fun' world tour from 1989 to 1990. Through his work on various projects throughout the years, he has writer and producer credits on ARIA certified double platinum and gold records, Produced 7 remixes that achieved the #1 position in the Billboard Club Chart for artists such as Madonna and Le Youth and appeared on over 170 dance music compilation albums; the Latroit Remix of'You Move' by Depeche Mode won the 2018 Grammy Award in the'Best Remixed Recording' category. Latroit's single,'Nice' on House of Latroit label was used as Apple's Phone XR global campaign
Incest as an either a thematic element or an incidental element of the plot, can be found in numerous films and television programs. The American horror films The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Wrong Turn feature villains who are the product of inbreeding. In the musical The Rocky Horror Show and the film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Riff Raff and Magenta are revealed to be brother and sister who have a sexual relationship. In the unproduced sequel Revenge of the Old Queen, it is implied that Dr. Frank-N-Furter had been incestuously involved with his own mother, the "Old Queen" of the planet Transsexual; the sequel to Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a musical called Shock Treatment which meets Brad and Janet some time after their adventure with Frank'n' Furter. In this film and sister Cosmo and Nation McKinley are displayed as having a sexual relationship; the film includes a bedroom scene between the two during the song "Lullaby". These two siblings are, as in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, played by Quinn.
The pornographic Taboo film series of the 1980s deals with incest, including father-daughter, mother–son and brother–sister. The Greek art film Singapore Sling, directed by Nikos Nikolaidis, is about a BDSM-related mother–daughter incestuous relationship; the daughter was raped by her father. In the film Kate & Leopold, Stuart Bessers's ex-girlfriend Kate McKay is revealed to be his close ancestor, as she is destined to travel back in time to marry another of Stuart's ancestors, Leopold. In the film Van Helsing, Count Dracula intends to make a young Gypsy princess, Anna Valerious, his newest bride, both of them knowing that Dracula and Anna are related. Dracula is a son of a knight named Anna is Valerius's descendant; because Dracula did not have children, Anna must be a descendant of his unnamed brother or sister, which makes her Dracula's distant niece. Park Chan-Wook's Oldboy features an instance of brother-sister incest as well as father-daughter incest, both resulting in possible pregnancies.
The director's film Stoker features a teenage girl's infatuation with her long-lost uncle. The film The Quiet features an incestuous relationship between a daughter; the film Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan features Borat Sagdiyev as an incestuous journalist featuring his whole village in Kazakhstan living under an incestuous way of life. Instances of incest between siblings. Anne of the Thousand Days, when Anne Boleyn is on trial for treason by adultery, her own brother is accused of being her lover; this theme is used in The Other Boleyn Girl, where Anne Boleyn, in pure desperation to be with child, asks her own brother George to have sex with her. At first, George agrees for the sake of Anne's safety, but as they prepare, they both realize they cannot go through with it, they are both charged with incest, although innocent, they are both sentenced to death. Incest is a main plot device in the movie Caligula, in which the title character has sexual relations with his sisters.
In Hamlet, King Claudius murders his brother, Hamlet's father, by poisoning him so he could take his sister-in-law Queen Gertrude as his bride. Hamlet is disgusted by this turn of events as well as his discovering his mother's incestuous affair with his uncle and plots revenge; the film hints at the Oedipal relationship between Hamlet and Queen Gertrude as depicted in the "bedroom scene" with the fight between mother and son culminating in a rather passionate kiss given the unhealthy attraction between the two. In the film Excalibur, Mordred is Arthur's illegitimate son born by his half-sister Morgana. In the film Amityville II: The Possession, the possessed Sonny starts an incestuous relationship with his sister, Patricia. In the film The Hamiltons and his twin sister, have an incestuous relationship and share it openly. In the horror fantasy film Tamara, the protagonist Tamara suffers from constant verbal abuse from her alcoholic father Mr. Riley, discovered to have incestuous fantasies towards his own daughter.
Once she discovers this, Tamara compels him with her witchcraft to "finish" his whole beer bottle, causing his death. In the medieval horror film Red Riding Hood, adapted by Catherine Hardwicke, Lucie fell in love with a blacksmith named Henry Lazar and wanted to marry him but she was forbidden by her mother Suzette to do so as she was Adrian Lazar's illegitimate daughter, her mother's lover, making her Henry's half-sister. In the film Crimson Peak, Lady Lucille Sharpe has been carrying on an incestuous relationship with her younger brother Sir Thomas Sharpe since they were children, their relationship resulted in a sickly child. In the fantasy adventure film Zathura: A Space Adventure, the rebellious older sister Lisa first meets the mysterious Astronaut when the house was under attack by the Zorgons, she is scared but the Astronaut assures her to trust him and that everything will be okay. Taken by surprise by his blue eyes, Lisa agrees with him and tells him that she will never leave him.
He leaves to take out the Zorgon
Vadzim Mikalayevich Straltsou is a Belarusian weightlifter. Competing in men's 94 kg, he is 2016 Olympic silver medalist. In 2006, Straltsou dominated the 85 kg class by winning the gold medal at the Junior World Weightlifting Championships in Hangzhou, China, he took bronze at the 2007 World Championships in Chiang Mai. Straltsou represented Belarus at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, competing in the men's light heavyweight category along with his compatriot Andrei Rybakou, who won the silver medal, he did not finish the event, after failing to lift a snatch of 170 kg in three attempts. Competing in men's 94 kg, Straltsou won gold at the 2015 World Championships in Houston, he was awarded the silver medal in the men's -94 kg event at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. NBC Olympics Profile
American country artist Jo Dee Messina has released six studio albums, two compilation albums, three extended plays, twenty eight singles. She signed with Curb Records and released her self-titled debut album in 1996; the album spawned two top-ten hits: "Heads Carolina, Tails California" and "You're Not in Kansas Anymore". Messina's second studio album I'm Alright was released in March 1998; the album peaked at number five on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and number sixty one the Billboard 200 list. The album produced three number one Billboard Hot Country Songs singles: "Bye Bye, "I'm Alright", "Stand Beside Me". Messina's third studio release Burn was issued in March 2000. Not only becoming her first number-one album on the country albums chart, it peaked at number nineteen on the Billboard 200, it would certify platinum from the RIAA. The album's lead single "That's the Way" became her fourth number one single on the Hot Country Songs chart. Burn spawned "Bring on the Rain" and became Messina's fifth number-one country song.
After the release of a holiday album in 2002 and a greatest hits project in 2003, Messina went on a temporary recording hiatus. In April 2005, she issued her fifth studio album Delicious Surprise, which certified gold from the RIAA and debuted at number one on the Billboard country albums chart; the album's lead single "My Give a Damn's Busted" became her sixth number one single on the Billboard country songs chart. Messina issued a series of minor hit singles and was anticipating the release of a new album entitled Unmistakable; the album went unreleased and was replaced with a series of extended plays in 2010. Leaving Curb Records, she established a Kickstarter campaign to fund her sixth studio album. Me was debuted at number nineteen on the Top Country Albums chart. Jo Dee Messina full discography at Discogs