Aveiro


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Aveiro

(Portuguese əˈveːiru)
n
(Placename) a port in N central Portugal, on the Aveiro lagoon: ancient Roman town; linked by canal with the Atlantic Ocean. Pop: 73 335 (2001). Ancient name: Talabriga
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Nick Littmoden's veteran can take advantage of a handy 10lb turnaround with his recent course conqueror Aveiro over today's shorter trip.
The family had moved from their native Aveiro in northern Portugal to set-up home in Portadown five years ago.
London, Mar 15 (ANI): Soccer ace Cristiano Ronaldo will now be allowing his mum Dolores Aveiro to pick his girlfriends.
The six-year-old, who beat Wax Lyrical decisively by two and a half lengths, was completing a double for Francis Norton, who had won on Aveiro at Yarmouth in the afternoon.
London, Mar 10 (ANI): Renowned footballer Cristiano Ronaldo's mother Dolores Aveiro has blasted claims stating that he's a womanizer.
The man who twice won Europe's Golden Boot but didn't score in seven games for Wanderers, has moved to Portuguese club Beira Mar in Aveiro - which is famed for its roast suckling pig, seafood and sweet pastries.
AVEIRO, a full-brother to Dilshaan, lost his maiden tag at the age of five in the seller, but his owners, the Dream Connection, went to 7,500gns to buy him in.
The ITV team heading from the channel's Lisbon base to Aveiro for yesterday's Czech Republic v Latvia clash did so in a pink-and-lilac coach which some observers said "looks like Brian Potter's Big Pink Paradise from Phoenix Nights".