Cantabria


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Cantabria

(kænˈteɪbrɪə)
n
(Placename) a province and autonomous community in N Spain
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Kantabrien
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Contract notice: Mediation and contracting of private insurance by the environment, water, waste and energy of cantabria.
He stayed close to his mum at a wildlife park in Cantabria, Spain, but moments after these shots were taken he tumbled into a bush.
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Spain's central government will file a legal challenge in the country's Constitutional Court to a fracking ban in the region of Cantabria, it said.
The trip, which helped develop the youngster's language skills, was organised by Links into Spanish who work closely with the regional government of Cantabria.
The company is offering around 20 new holiday options in its 2012 portfolio, including routes along the Yangtze river in China, the Cantabria region of Spain, and tours of Madagascar.
From lemur spotting and routes along the Yangtze to the relatively unexplored Cantabria region of Spain, highlights of the newest 2012 options include:
Liberbank, formed following the tie-up of savings banks Cajastur, Caja de Extremadura and Caja Cantabria, controls 92% in Telecable.
In an article published on its website yesterday, it claimed Mr Syed, who is the founder and president of asset and wealth management firm Western Gulf Advisory (WGA), has missed a payment to the regional Spanish government of Cantabria as part of the original sale agreement.
Climb on board El Historico, the Cantabria Train or the Costa Verde train and discover Len, Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia, via specially designed routes.
The deal was confirmed after it was approved by the government of the northern Spanish region of Cantabria and Spain National Sports Council.
Summary: Madrid - Moroccan athletes Abdelilah El Manaia and Saliha Khaldoun won Sunday the 14th half marathon of the city of Oruna Cantabria, northern Spain) that brought together 800 athletes.