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Á·vi·la

 (ä′və-lə, ä′vē-lä)
A town of central Spain west-northwest of Madrid. It is a religious and tourist center.
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Ávila

(Spanish ˈaβila)
n
(Placename) a city in central Spain: 11th-century granite walls and Romanesque cathedral. Pop: 52 078 (2003 est)
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Out they toddled from rugged Avila, wide-eyed and helpless-looking as two fawns, but with human hearts, already beating to a national idea; until domestic reality met them in the shape of uncles, and turned them back from their great resolve.
The names which Athelny mentioned, Avila, Tarragona, Saragossa, Segovia, Cordova, were like trumpets in his heart.
Athelny spoke of the mystical writers of Spain, of Teresa de Avila, San Juan de la Cruz, Fray Luis de Leon; in all of them was that passion for the unseen which Philip felt in the pictures of El Greco: they seemed to have the power to touch the incorporeal and see the invisible.
here is need for you to put forth the might of your strong arms, for they of the Court are gaining the mastery in the tourney!" Called away by this noise and outcry, they proceeded no farther with the scrutiny of the remaining books, and so it is thought that "The Carolea," "The Lion of Spain," and "The Deeds of the Emperor," written by Don Luis de Avila, went to the fire unseen and unheard; for no doubt they were among those that remained, and perhaps if the curate had seen them they would not have undergone so severe a sentence.
Criminologist Keymer Avila told Xinhua said that it is crucial to form a commission to analyze whether the crime is committed for political reasons and how its victim could be compensated, before applying the Amnesty Law to the prisoners.
In the complaint filed by a certain Joana Marie Gonzales on Thursday, Guerrero and Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence Raniel Ramiro were accused of allowing BOC Risk Management Office (RMO) Chief George Patrick Avila to assume duties in February 2019 even without official documents or appointment.
The Supreme Court (SC) has issued an order that allowed Baguio City mayoralty candidate Edgar Avila to participate in the May 13 elections.