Pontevedra


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Pontevedra

(Spanish pɔnteˈβeðra)
n
(Placename) a port in NW Spain: takes its name from a 12-arched Roman bridge, the Pons Vetus. Pop: 77 993 (2003 est)
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Cleaning service of buildings and dependent on the Provincial Directorate of the General Treasury of the Social Security based in Vigo Pontevedra premises.
Salamanca will also be added to the network, although trains won't travel at their maximum speeds of 300kmh, while the Galician cities of Pontevedra and Vigo are set for Ave stations in 2015.
Avery, 27, won the 25-29 years' age group title at the World Duathlon Championships in Pontevedra, Spain - finishing 54 seconds ahead of his nearest rival.
Dave Connor (Knowsley Harriers) represented Great Britain at the World Duathlon championships that were held at Pontevedra in Spain, the event started with a five kilometre run followed by a 20 kilometre bike and 2.
62, outgoing village chair of Manapao in Pontevedra town was captured last Wednesday by the police a day after Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas ordered an intensive manhunt for all those responsible in violent incidents that were recorded during the Oct.
Madrid - Le corps sans vie d'un enfant marocain, age de 12 ans porte disparu depuis lundi soir apres avoir tente de sauver son petit frere qui a chute dans une riviere de Pontevedra (Nord de l'Espagne), a ete retrouve mardi en fin de matinee, ont indique les services de secours espagnols.
Yesterday Hermida along with Lalin mayor Jose Crespo and Rafael Louzan, president of the council of Pontevedra, visited the pilot plant with a budget of EUR 350,000 (USD 444,000).
Today sees the only individual time trial of the event - from Cambados to Pontevedra.
Laboratorio de Analisis Clmicos, Complejo Hospitalario de Pontevedra, Pontevedra, Spain.
kilometers run from Ponteareas to Pontevedra in (Galicia) north-west spain,
The 43-year-old from Maltby added to his third place in Pontevedra, Spain, as he completed the 750 metre swim, 20 kilometre cycle and five kilometre run in 1 hour 10 minutes 22 seconds.
Jane Lewis, a 44-year-old mum of one from Whitchurch, was the third fastest British female in the 40-45 age group at the prestigious event staged at Pontevedra on the Galician coast.