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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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A WALKATHON relay will take place on Sunday at Andalus Garden in Manama as part of the Andalus Fiesta Grande.
wounds he sustained from a blast that occurred late last night in Andalus
LAYALI AL ANDALUS will step up to Pattern company after defying top weight in the day's feature, the Blaydon Race.
A source in Anbar police told the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "Two bombers, wearing belts with explosives, blew themselves up at the entrance of the Andalus police station in the Jazerah area.
A RANGE of activities for people of all ages have been planned for the two-day Andalus Fiesta Grande event that takes place tomorrow and on Saturday.
The vote to revoke immunity of Hayef over violations registered in Andalus
45, but potentially the afternoon's most exciting prospect is Layali Al Andalus, who carries top weight in the Blaydon Race Nursery (4.
Almuhaidib of Robert de Guzman defeated Toyota Sequoia 84-80 in the JBL Basketball Tournament at Bin Mafouz court on Tahlia Street, Al Andalus District here.
The debate was fresh in my mind when I saw a person urinating behind a car in the parking place of Andalus Garden.
Layali Al Andalus got the ball rolling when sluicing up by seven lengths in the opening 7f maiden.
This is a request to the authorities concerned to crop the trees that fall onto the pavement at Shaikh Isa Avenue, in front of the closed Bristol Hotel near Andalus Garden.
Because of these cars, people who visit the Andalus Garden find it difficult to park their cars and it also becomes a hindrance for joggers, with buyers test driving the cars every now and then.