Caballeria


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Ca`bal`le`ri´a


n.1.An ancient Spanish land tenure similar to the English knight's fee; hence, in Spain and countries settled by the Spanish, a land measure of varying size. In Cuba it is about 33 acres; in Puerto Rico, about 194 acres; in the Southwestern United States, about 108 acres.
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With both sides tied at six points, Qatar's superior goal difference means Albert Caballeria's side will need only a draw against Oman to secure direct qualification, while Nepal, now eliminated, will play for pride against Afghanistan.
Albert Caballeria's men continued to pile on the pressure, and they doubled their lead when Al Duhail's Abdullah al-Ahrak converted a penalty kick 10 minutes before half-time.
The second part of Don Quixote declares in its first chapter a peculiar affirmation: "el felicisimo tiempo donde campeaba la orden de la andante caballeria." This statement contradicts the idea of the Middle Ages as a dark period, a mere transition between two glorious epochs (Classical Antiquity and the Renaissance).
Collado entered the bull ring in Seville, Spain, on April 8 at the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Sevilla after recovering from an incident in Valencia, as reported by Spanish news site Publinews via Fox News.