Teruel


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Teruel

(Spanish teˈrwɛl)
n
(Placename) a city in E central Spain: 15th-century cathedral; scene of fierce fighting during the Spanish Civil War. Pop: 32 304 (2003 est)
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Asi, en el ano 1841 surgia la primera promocion de alumnos, entre los que deben destacarse por parte aragonesa a Mariano Carderera y Leandro Boned, enviados por la ciudad de Huesca, ya que ni Teruel ni Zaragoza enviaron alumno alguno a esa primera promocion.
Resumen: Rhopalurus caribensis Teruel & Roncallo, 2008 (n.
Galaxia Gutenberg/Circulo de Lectores has now begun publishing her Obras completas, under the editorship of Jose Teruel.
Mas alla del morbo personalista, Teruel hilvana como las relaciones importantes de la escritora salmantina influyeron en su oficio y destaca cuan estrecha estuvo su vida de las ficciones que hilaba en cada publicacion.
The collection reveals Taro and Capa's coverage of important stories, such as the Battle of Teruel, and the Taro footage includes pictures of her final days in Spain before she was killed during the Battle of Brunete in July 1937.
2005; Teruel 2006; Teruel & Armas 2006; Teruel & Roncallo 2008; Teruel & Tietz 2008; Lourenco 2008).
PBG shareholders also voted to re-elect Linda Alvarado, Barry Beracha, John Compton, Eric Foss, Ira Hall, Susan Kronick, Blythe McGarvie, John Quelch and Javier Teruel to the board.
El aporte de Ladero Quesada esta acompanado a partir del ano 1975 por la celebracion del primer Simposio Internacional de Mudejarismo con sede en la ciudad de Teruel.
La mayoria de los representantes de este genero se encuentran presentes en las Islas del Caribe: Cuba, Republica Dominicana, Trinidad y Tobago e Islas Virgenes (Francke & Sissom 1980, Armas 1999, Fet & Lowe 2000, Teruel 2000, 2001, Teruel & Armas 2006, Teruel & Infante 2007).
A group of children from the town of Teruel in northern Spain are spending the week with staff and pupils at Ravenswood Primary School in Heaton, Newcastle.
Finds at sites in Nijmegen, Arycanda, Maastricht, and Gamzigrad (Serbia); the Teruel catapult; the pilum; and the Titelberg dagger are some of the topics.
In Teruel, David Chipperfield Architects and b720 Arquitectos simply cut a trumpet-shaped, CorTen-steel-lined opening into the city wall as a passage from the train station below to a top-lit glazed lift shaft where people are transported to the historic promenade above.