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Al·ca·lá de He·na·res

 (ăl′kə-lä′ dā hĕ-när′əs, äl′kä-lä′ thĕ ĕ-nä′rĕs)
A town of central Spain east-northeast of Madrid. Miguel de Cervantes and Catherine of Aragon were born here.
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Madrid: Emergency services have confirmed 41 people have been injured, four of them seriously, after a local train collided with the buffers at the station of Alcala de Henares, to the east of Madrid on Friday afternoon.
Alcala de Henares: Universidad de Alcala, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2015.
The body of the text examines the history of anatomy involved in early modern Spain by considering the extent to which anatomy was practised at the principal Spanish universities of the period, Valencia, Salamanca, Valladolid, Alcala de Henares, Barcelona, and Zaragoza.
A recent example involves a tripartite initiative where students from CETYS, San Diego State University and Universidad Alcala de Henares took a summer course on entrepreneurship in Spain, thereby providing a transatlantic perspective.