Cantabrian


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Related to Cantabrian: Cantabrian Mountains, Cantabrian Sea
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Cantabrian

[kænˈtæbrɪən] ADJcantábrico
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It was a cold, bleak morning in the beginning of March, and the mist was drifting in dense rolling clouds through the passes of the Cantabrian mountains.
Tenders are invited for supply and installation of protection belts for automatic vending machines in the suburban cores of the cantabrian coast
Aside from the landscapes, there's also the chance to see golden eagles, wild horses and the Cantabrian brown bear.
A technically skilled player, Bedia is a product of the Racing Santander before progressing to play for the first team of the Cantabrian club.
2010): Late Sinemurian--Early Toarcian calcareous nanno-fossils from the Cantabrian Basin: spatial and temporal distribution.
The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) has further expanded its global footprint with the appointment of Cantabrian Integrated Logistic Services (CILS) as its general agent in Spain.
For others, it's the tranquillity of an enclosed bay where enclosed waters glisten in the Cantabrian sun.
The Jaws of Borrowdale look more Cantabrian rather than Cumbrian, while the summer sun shimmers over a shark-like promontory at the northern tip of Shetland.
In relation to this, the present work stems from a wider study focused on the analysis of the presence, distribution and impacts of alien plants in riparian habitats of the Cantabrian watershed (northern Spain).
The question of the relationship between the Solutrean and the Magdalenian in Cantabrian Spain--and SW Europe in general--is an old and complex one.
The foods on offer will include Ribera del Duero wines, seafood conserves, such as the prized Cantabrian anchovy, Spanish olive oil, and hand-roasted Piquillo peppers, among many others.
The legislation received unanimous approval from all the political parties in the Cantabrian parliament.