Compostela

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Compostela

(Spanish kɔmpɔsˈtela)
n
(Placename) See Santiago de Compostela
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I am in the keeping of James of Compostella, to whose shrine I shall make pilgrimage, and in whose honor I vow that I will eat a carp each year upon his feast-day.
James of Compostella, who hath already befriended us this day, and on whose feast I hereby vow that I shall eat a second carp, if he will but interpose a second time.
Twice have we come scathless out of peril, and now for the third time I commend me to the blessed James of Compostella, to whom I vow "
By the scallop-shell of Compostella, I will make a martyr of him, if he loiters here to hatch treason among my domestics
TMI operates two power barges in Maco, Compostella Valley and Nasipit, Agusan del Norte that give Mindanao an additional boost of power supply whenever needed.
Yang si Jagger (Guerrero) pagkatapos niyan, siya 'yung maghawak ng Marina na pinaalis ko kay sige travel,' Duterte said in a speech before government troops in Mawab, Compostella Valley.
Ahead of me is the narrow pathway of the Camino Ingles, an ancient pilgrimage route walked by pilgrims for centuries to Santiago De Compostella.
I cannot boast too much because the full-blown Camino is 758 kilometers that take a full month to cover for the ordinary walker, from St-Jean-Pied-de- Port in France to Santiago de Compostella in Northwestern Spain (near cities like Oviedo, Leon, and Burgos) and not very far from Fatima, Portugal.
Davi Stretton Mellor, his wife Kerry-Anne Millerchip, their young children and grandchildren, aged two and three, were removed from the flight from Birmingham to Gran Canaria by Spanish police when it diverted to Santiago de Compostella Airport in northern Spain last Monday afternoon.
Aside from La Union and Pangasinan, other top rice-producing provinces are Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Compostella Vallley, Bulacan, and Lanao del Norte.
The guest speaker will be Mr Mike Benjamin, who will give a PowerPoint presentation of his cycle ride from Wales to Santiago de Compostella in Spain, following the famous pilgrim route.
Throughout Lent the film "The Way", has been used to follow the progress of an unlikely group of pilgrims walking across Spain to the Shrine of St James at Santiago di Compostella.