Sevillian


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Sevillian

[səˈvɪlɪən]
A. ADJsevillano
B. Nsevillano/a m/f
References in classic literature ?
That poniard must have been made by Ramon de Hoces the Sevillian," said Sancho.
Alexis Sevillian matched her career-high with 21 points, hitting 5 of 8 3-pointers, for the Hawkeyes (15-2, 3-1 Big Ten) and Doyle had 15 points and 10 assists.
El Cabildo serves reputedly the best traditional Sevillian cuisine.
The Sevillian youth sexuality: A qualitative study of knowledge, attitudes and behaviors.
Wally Green preserves This stall specialises in using age-old ingredients, traditional cooking methods and a stylish twist to create rather lovely jams and preserves, like Lavender Blue and fresh Rosemary Jelly, blackcurrant and mint or strawberry, peach and Sevillian strawberry Gin jam.
A collection of documents, books and engravings on the Kingdom of Seville and by Sevillian authors was created during the same period.
He currently has a fine, expressive figure of St Dominic attributed to the Sevillian sculptor Francisco Antonio Gijon (1653-c.
514/1120-1), a Sevillian scholar of Arabic and literature, had said that the only noun in the Arabic language in which the first consonant and the second consonant are the same was the name Babus, found in a hadith.
The late-seventeenth century Sevillian painter Bartolome Esteban Murillo was renowned both for his large-scale public altarpieces and small devotional works that inspired faith and elicited piety as respectively shown in his St.
Sevillian Devils On Horseback - Serrano Ham -Wrapped Dates, Stuffed with Manchego Cheese, Quince Membrillo
Other highlights of Auckland Castle's exhibition will include St Bartholomew, St James Major and St Paul that form part of Durham Cathedral's cycle of 17th century Sevillian paintings of the Apostles not seen on public display for more than 60 years, and the newly restored Christ Carrying the Cross by a follower of Bartolome Esteban Murillo from the private chapel at Raby Castle.
Beyond the sea of lavender at the foot of the house, the old well and the restored ancient Sevillian water fountain, the herringbone path passes beneath the pergola, before emerging onto lawns sloping gently towards the River Avon with views of the crumbling medieval bridge and old mill.