al-Andalus

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al-An·da·lus

(äl-än′də-lo͞os′)
The name applied to the portions of the Iberian Peninsula under Moorish control between the years 711 and 1492, especially the region corresponding roughly with present-day Andalusia in southern Spain. During the period of Moorish rule, al-Andalus experienced a cultural flowering, contributing significantly to the scientific and artistic development of medieval Europe.
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Also this month, Hyder ElKhereiji, a partnership formed in February between SAK Consultants and Hyder Consulting, won a contract for the design and engineering of the 3,500 student Al Andulus School , worth an estimated $70m.
These were the areas of Ben Ashour, Hay Al Andulus and Dahra.
The prospect of easing ground at Doncaster will hold no fears for connections of the Montjeu colt, who won his maiden at the Curragh in August on heavy ground and rocketed to the head of the market for the Investec Derby after following up with victory by three-quarters of a length from Layali Al Andulus in the Juddmonte Beresford Stakes on his return to that course last month.
Staff at the Al Andulus apartment hotel in Baghdad told the ECHO Adele and friend Peter van Dyke had travelled to the Jordanian capital Amman to get cash.