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(Spanish baðaˈlona)
(Placename) a port in NE Spain: an industrial suburb of Barcelona. Pop: 214 440 (2003 est)
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(ˌbɑ ðɑˈlɔ nɑ)

a seaport in NE Spain. 223,444.
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According to police, the man lived in the village of Badalona in Catalonia.
The film won a Venus de Badalona Award for Best Values at FILMETS Badalona Film Festival in Spain, reported .
KUWAIT, Aug 11 (KUNA) -- Kuwaiti chess player Khalaf Al-Azmi clinched ninth place in the Badalona Open Chess Tournament in Spain, propelling him to the 50th spot in the board game's world rankings.
The Spanish interior ministry said in a statement that the suspects were detained in the Spanish cities of Toledo and Badalona, and the Moroccan city of Casablanca.
Les dix suspects ont ete apprehendes lors d'une operation menee conjointement par les services de renseignement du Maroc et de la police espagnole, dans les villes espagnoles de Tolede, Badalona, Xeracoainsi qu'a Casablanca, [beaucoup moins que] ces dernieres heures [beaucoup plus grand que], a precise le ministere dans un communique.
Sullivan returns to Newcastle having left in the summer of 2006 for Spain's ACB and a move to DKV Joventut Badalona.
With a deeper bench against visitors who are financially strapped and horribly light on options, they could afford to give Tony Dorsey just nine minutes, with an eye on tomorrow's European encounter with Badalona.
Hayley Turner left herself just one winner short of 40 for the year when underlining her riding prowess with a fine effort on Badalona in the first division of the 1m juvenile fillies' maiden.
The former NBA star, who now plays for Spanish giants Joventut Badalona, first made his mark in the game as a double winner for Dunfermline in 1996.