Huesca


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Huesca

(Spanish ˈueska)
n
(Placename) a city in NE Spain: Roman town, site of Quintus Sertorius' school (76 bc); 15th-century cathedral and ancient palace of Aragonese kings. Pop: 47 609 (2003 est). Latin name: Osca
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Spanish Cup last 32 1st leg - Linense 0, Athletic Bilbao 2; Huesca 3, Villarreal 2; Levante 1, Espanyol 1; Mirandes 2, Malaga 1; Ponferradina 3, Eibar 0; Las Palmas 2, Sociedad 1.
Contractor name : CONSORCIO MERCANTIL DE HUESCA, S.
Sundays, The Bluecoat - July 26, 2-5pm, FREE Music The Voice of Mexico Mexican singer Aida Gonzalez Huesca will sing traditional songs from Mexico, inspired by the landscape and the feelings for its people, in these free performances at the William Brown Street museum as part of its programme surrounding its Mayas exhibition.
The production -- which was awarded with the title of best dance performance at the Feria Internacional de Teatro y Danza de Huesca in 2013 -- questions one's limits and basic communication, through movement.
Despite coach Luis Enrique claiming that Neymar had fully recovered from an ankle injury, the Brazilian watched on from the bench as Pedro was rewarded for his hat-trick in the 8-1 thrashing of Huesca in midweek and the Canary Islander continued his scoring streak in the first meaningful attack of the game.
Busquets will make his 300th appearance for Barca on Sunday and will form part of a familiar looking midfield alongside Xavi Hernandez, who was rested for the 4-0 Cup win in Huesca on Wednesday, and either Ivan Rakitic or fit-again Andres Iniesta.
Novo had hoped to be one of a fleet of free agents snapped up by McCoist during the summer after returning to Scotland following three years in Spanish football at Sporting Gijon and Huesca.
An initial loan spell at Norwich City saw Pacheco score two goals in six appearances, before returning to Spain on three occasions as he had short spells with Atletico Madrid, Rayo Valecano and SD Huesca.
We have been experiencing continuous heavy rain since last week and this could have caused the landslide," said Ariel Huesca, a regional police spokesman.
The former Spanish youth international is a physical frontman aged 20 and scored nine goals in a 31-game loan spell at second division side Huesca last term.
Pacheco and Spearing spent last season on loan at SD Huesca and Bolton Wanderers, respectively, and have been told they have no future at Anfield.