|NOUN || Panamanian | Panamanians |
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- The Panamanian National Police, a branch of the Panamanian Public Forces, is responsible for civilian policing functions. It is divided into different police zones across the country.
- Sociedad Deportiva Atlético Nacional is a Panamanian football team who currently play in the Panamanian second division.
- Joel Isaac Solanilla Valdespino (born 24 December 1983 in Panama, Panama) is a Panamanian football defender who most recently played for Panamanian second division team Costa del Este.
- It is based in Penonomé, Coclé Province, and is the first panamanian team to play on a privately owned stadium facility.
- On March 22, the Panamanian law firm Britton and Iglesias unsuccessfully petitioned Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela to intercede and restore the Trump Organization's management team.
- In 1919, the panamanian government began a policy of forced assimilation banning mola's dress and nose piercing in women.
- Also recorded to panamanian singer Reggae Sam various singles and dubplates for VP RECORDS.
- Richard Holzer (Vienna, Austria, 1923 – 26 January 2021) was an Austrian-born Panamanian architect, considered one of the most influential Panamanian architects.
- Omar Ezequiel Browne Zúñiga (born 3 May 1994) is a Panamanian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Panamanian Football League club Tauro F.C. and the Panama national team.
- Chamell Gernell Asprilla Alarcón (born 11 August 1998) is a Panamanian footballer currently playing for Panamanian club Árabe Unido in the Liga Panameña de Fútbol.
- Amelia Denis de Icaza (November 28, 1836 – July 16, 1911) was a Panamanian romantic poet. She was the first Panamanian woman to publish her poetry.
- Darwin Darinel Pinzón Camaño (born 2 April 1994) is a Panamanian footballer who currently plays as a right midfielder for Panamanian club Sporting San Miguelito.
- Elsie Alvarado de Ricord (1928–2005) was a Panamanian writer, linguist, multiple winner of the Premio Ricardo Miró and first female director of the Panamanian Academy of Language.
- "Cantares del Subdesarrollo (Songs of Underdevelopment)" is the ninth solo album by the panamanian swinger Rubén Blades released on August 17, 2009 by Rubén Blades Productions.
- This is a list of Panamanian people who are famous or notable and were either born in Panama or have Panamanian ancestry.
- Augusto Aurelio Fábrega Donado (born September 10, 1940) is a retired Panamanian diplomat who formerly served as Panamanian Ambassador to Russia from 2005 to 2009.
- Visa requirements for Panamanian citizens are administrative entry restrictions by the authorities of other states placed on citizens of Panama.
- Jean Alberto McLean Marenco (born 16 January 1984) is a Panamanian professional football midfielder playing in Panamá for Panamanian Second Division team SUNTRACS.
- Boris Xavier Alfaro Chong (born 29 October 1988) is a Panamanian international footballer who plays as a striker for Panamanian club Costa del Este.
- Although viewing monkeys is popular with tourists visiting Panama, the Panamanian night monkey's nocturnal habits make it less often seen than the other Panamanian monkey species.
- After Manuel Arias winning the Panamanian Football Federation election, the General Board accepted his proposal for a mew structure for the panamanian football at all levels starting 2021; for the second division tier, will have a 24 teams league named "Liga PROM", with promotion and relegation suspended, added 12 LPF Under-20 teams, kept 7 remaining Ascenso LPF teams and invited 5 teams.
- Ramón "Monchi" Virgilio Fernando Pereira Pérez (December 15, 1918 – August 12, 2013) was a Panamanian pioneer radio broadcaster who was the founder of various radio stations in Panama during the 1950s.
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