New Castile


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New Castile

A historical region of central Spain that combined with Old Castile to the north to form the kingdom of Castile. It was united with Aragon after the marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella (1469).

New Castile

n
(Placename) a region and former province of central Spain. Chief town: Toledo

New` Castile′


n.
a region in central Spain: formerly a province. 27,933 sq. mi. (72,346 sq. km). Spanish, Castilla la Nueva.
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Reflecting the partnership's activist intentions for change, the new castile soap is formulated with 100% natural ingredients including olive, coconut and jojoba oils, challenging the established understanding that various chemical ingredients are required for personal and household cleaning.
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