to: Melitón Carvajal
(1847–1935), Peruvian military
and political figure Melitón Manzanas
(1906–1968), high-ranking police...
- Meliton Varlamis
(Georgian: მელიტონ ქანთარია, Russian: Мелитон Варламович Кантария; 5 October
1920 – 27 December
- Melitón Manzanas
González (born 1906 in Donostia-San Sebastián – 2 August
1968) was a high-ranking police officer
as a torturer...
Camaño (1868–1931) was an Argentine
journalist. Camaño was born on the 8th of August
1868 in Santiago
del Estero. He lost his father
when he was...
- Meliton Balanchivadze
(Georgian: მელიტონ ბალანჩივაძე; 24 December
1862 – 21 December
1937) was a Georgian opera
and a celebrated
- Édgar Melitón
15, 1982 in Coatriolla, Veracruz), commonly known
Hernández (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈeðɣaɾ eɾˈnandes])...
- Martín Melitón Pablo
y Navascués (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈpaβlo saɾaˈsate]; 10 March
1844 – 20 September
1908) was a Spanish violin
- Estadio Meliton Dubon
is a stadium located
in Macuelizo, Santa
Barbara. It holds fewer
than 1,000 spectators....
- Meliton Santos
(born 14 February
1928) is a Filipino former basketball player
in the 1952 Summer
Olympics. Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild;...
- Manuel Melitón Carvajal Ambulodegui
(March 10, 1847 in Lima – September
19, 1935 in Lima), was a Peruvian naval commander
and government official