Alava


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Al•a•va

(ˈæl ə və)

n.
Cape, a cape in NW Washington: westernmost point in the contiguous U.S.
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En el primero de este porte, el de 1629, de trascendental relevancia en la dinamica de las haciendas forales vascas (46), se solicito a la Provincia de Alava un donativo de 24.000 ducados, equivalente a la suma del gasto de los doce ejercicios economicos anteriores.
Alava's book Spanish Harlem's Musical Legacy, 1930-1980, will be a delight.
Alava, a founder of Latin Beat magazine, documents the musical legacy of Spanish Harlem through six decades, noting the specific influences of artists from Cuba, Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo.
Silvio Alava was one of the original founders of this magazine, and his input was ever present and always respected, until his recent passing.
Manta Airport will also be classified under Category 1, according to Jorge Alava, the Executive Director of its management body, the Corporacion Aeroportuaria de Manta.
Vestigios militares de las guerras carlistas en Alava. El fuerte y las torres de Vayaguen, el Encinaly Almoreta en Nanclares de Oca.
Buesa was the leader of the Alava provincial chapter of the Basque Socialist Party.
Alava, and pondered the contraption's mechanical complexities.
Maritess Alava Yong was a brave soul known for her philanthropic endeavors.
Vitoria, situada en el centro de Alava y conocida como la ciudad verde, es el destino perfecto para cambiar de aires y deleitarse con sus espectaculares paisajes.
Barcelona: Economic growth should lead to operating revenue growth over the medium term of close to 4% for the Historical Territories of Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa and Alava (together the Basque Country), Fitch Ratings said.
The 85,619-ton, 292.56-meter cruise ship docked at Alava Pier, to bring its 2,500 passengers and crew to a one-day tour of the freeport and neighboring communities.