Songs about Venio:

songsAmore Venio by Dark Moor from the Album Dark Moor (reissue + bonus tracks)

songsCantes de Lucena - "Yo lo he visto en la Barrera", "Yo ha visitarte he venio" by Pepe Marchena from the Album Flamenco y Universidad Vol. 1

songsDe Badajoz He "venío" by La Marelu from the Album La Marelu 30 Exitos

songsDe Calatrava He Venío (Tarantas de Marchena) [with Ramón Montoya] by Pepe Marchena from the Album Todos Sus Éxitos, Vol. 2: Spanish Flamenco

songsDe Talcarrehue Hei Venio by Conjunto Cuncumen from the Album Villancicos Chilenos

songsEcce Venio by SCJ Pe. Joãozinho from the Album Ecce Venio (Sacerdote para Sempre)

songsEcce venio cito by Edinburgh, Duncan Ferguson Choir of St. Mary's Cathedral from the Album Beyond The Stars: Gabriel Jackson Sacred Choral Works Volume II


Books about Venio:

booksArthur Venios and Gary Wall, Petitioners, v. United States. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting... by MORRIS M GOLDINGS and ROBERT H BORK (Oct 30, 2011)

booksEcce Venio Cito: Vocal Score by Gabriel Jackson (Jan 10, 2013)


Wiki information Venio:

Venio Losert
Professional Team Handball Player, Olympic athlete, Person, Measured person, Athlete

Venio Losert is a Croatian team handball player who plays at the goalkeeper position. Losert was born in Zavidovići, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, grew up in Slavonski Brod, SR Croatia. Winning the first medal at the age of 19 at 1996 Summer Olympics in...

A bandeirantibus venio

A bandeirantibus venio is a Latin motto meaning "I come from the Bandeirantes". It is the motto of the city of São Carlos, State of São Paulo, Brazil.