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(ˌbɑ rɑˈkɑl dɔ)

a city in N Spain. 112,854.
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YARMOUTH greyhound trainer Julie Green is busy preparing for a Derby campaign with a difference after the recent Wolverhampton success of Zayin Barakaldo, the horse she trains for the Arabian racing code, writes Phil Donaldson.
Javier Benito-Fernandez of the pediatric emergency department in Hospital de Cruces, Barakaldo, Spain, and colleagues.
The 27 year old Dublin-based American born runner will be seeking the A qualifying standard of 31 minutes 40 seconds from the race in Barakaldo where there will be no shortage of quality opposition to push her to her target.