Manizales


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Ma·ni·za·les

 (măn′ĭ-zä′lĭs, -zăl′ĭs, mä′nē-sä′lĕs)
A city of west-central Colombia west of Bogotá. It is a commercial center in an important coffee-producing region.

Manizales

(ˌmænɪˈzɑːlɛs; Spanish maniˈθales)
n
(Placename) a city in W Colombia, in the Cordillera Central of the Andes at an altitude of 2100 m (7000 ft): commercial centre of a rich coffee-growing area. Pop: 401 000 (2005 est)

Ma•ni•za•les

(ˌmɑ niˈsɑ lɛs)

n.
a city in W Colombia. 335,125.
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This research was supported by the Agricultural Sciences Faculty at the University of Caldas in Manizales, Colombia.
We think the likelihood of a further eruption within days or weeks is very high," says Hansjurgen Meyer, scientist in charge of the Observatorio Volcanologico de Colombia in Manizales, 18 miles northwest of Ruiz.
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Geographic coverage: The Network of Regional Labour Market Observatory is composed of 26 observatories in five regions, as follows: Region 1 (Antioquia, Choco, Manizales, Risaralda and Armenia); Region 2 (Arauca, Casanare, Barrancabermeja, Norte de Santander, Bucaramanga, Boyaca, BogotEi, Cundinamarca, Meta, Huila and Tolima); Region 3 (Barranquilla, Cartagena, Cordoba and Sucre); Region 4 (Magdalena, La Guajira and Cesar) and Region 5 (Valle del Cauca, Cauca, and Pasto)
I've studied here and at the University in Manizales, and also in Medellin, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Born in 1953 in the Andean city of Manizales, Colombia, Eduardo Garcia Aguilar is a novelist, short-story writer, poet, and journalist who has lived in Mexico City since 1980.
During the coffee boom the Antiqueno-founded town of Manizales became the capital of the new department of Caldas, which bordered Cauca and incorporated the black and Indian district of Riosucio.
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari could see few reasons to be cheerful after the defending champions' shock quarter-final exit from the Copa America by Honduras in Manizales, Colombia, yesterday.
9 million inhabitants and includes such major cities in Colombia as Cali, Manizales, Pereira and Armenia.
Aces, a Colombian regional airline, has recently taken delivery of two, 47-seat ATR42-500 aircraft which it will most likely use on routes connecting Bogota to Armenia, Pereira and Manizales according to SABI.
de Manizales, Columbia) restrains himself to the cornerstones of philosopher of science Karl Popper's (1902-94) theory of science: its treatment of the problem of induction, and its notions of falsifiability, corroboration, and verisimilitude.
Forget Greece at Euro 2004, this was unbelievable stuff as a small, provincial club from Manizales in the Colombian Andes somehow managed to walk off with the biggest prize in South American football.