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As·tu·ri·as

 (ə-sto͝or′ē-əs, -styo͝or′-, äs-to͞o′ryäs)
A region and former kingdom of northwest Spain south of the Bay of Biscay. The original Iberian inhabitants were conquered by Rome in the first century bc.

As·tu′ri·an adj. & n.

Asturias

(æˈstʊərɪˌæs)
n
(Placename) a region and former kingdom of NW Spain, consisting of a coastal plain and the Cantabrian Mountains: a Christian stronghold against the Moors (8th to 13th centuries); rich mineral resources

Asturias

(æˈstʊərɪˌæs)
n
(Biography) Miguel Ángel. 1899–1974, Guatemalan novelist and poet. His novels include El Señor Presidente (1946). Nobel prize for literature 1967

As•tu•ri•as

(æˈstʊər i əs, æˈstyʊər-)

n.
1. Miguel Ángel, 1899–1974, Guatemalan writer: Nobel prize 1967.
2. a former kingdom and province in NW Spain.
Translations

Asturias

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Contact person: Enedis PFA de Nantes Geoffrey Baranski, ZAC Armor, Immeuble Asturia, bt B, 4 rue Edith Piaf, CS 60409 44800 Saint-Herblain
Address for correspondence: Victor Asensi, Infectious Diseases Unit, Hospital Universitario Central de Asturias, Oviedo University School of Medicine, Avda Roma s/n, Oviedo, Asturia 33011, Spain; email: vasensia@gmail.
Sestius Quirinalis, gobernador de Hispania Ulterior, que habrian actuado como centro del culto al emperador y foco de romanizacion entre pueblos de Callaecia y Asturia (Fishwick, 1987: 141 y ss.
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My recollection involves only some of them-pulpo a la parilla (grilled octopus), mahimahi black tempura with hot mayonnaise foam, mini wagyu burger with foie mousse, Iberian pork cheek corn patties, Extramadura callos, codfish confit, Asturia arroz con leche, canutillos with mango cinnamon custard.
El nombre de los Magilanci se relacionaba con el antroponimo Magilo, "el Grande" (Albertos, 1966: 143), caracteristico de la Lusitania y Asturia (Untermann, 1965: 131 s.
El jinete asturia no y la heredera de Inditex han compartido el mismo espacio pero a prudencial distancia.
Chapter length studies analyze the work of five writers: Luis Cardoza y Arag<AEo>n, Max Jim<AEe>nez, Flavio Herrera, Rogelio Sin<AEa>n, and Miguel <AEA>ngel Asturia.
The hectic atmosphere of Rome accentuated his sorrow, cracked his disciplined public face, and forced him to flee to his villa in Asturia.
This is an annual festival held in Lorient, Brittany, which celebrates the art, music and cultures of the Celtic nations from Scotland to Asturia.
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