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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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.
"The national remembrance service provides an opportunity for Cantabrians (Christchurch-area residents), New Zealanders and people all around the world to come together as one to honour the victims of the terrorist attack," Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement.
A NEW survey shows "some improvement" in the way Cantabrians are feeling since a survey conducted in 2012, but the community's psychological recovery is likely to take more than a decade.
Cantabrians don't beat people up for no reason #Crusader." (sic)
MALLORCA can end any lingering relegation worries of their own by winning in Santander and sending the Cantabrians deeper into the mire.
The "Christmas Cheer in the Air" service will carry about 150 young Cantabrians and a parent or guardian on a one-hour scenic round-trip on board an Air New Zealand Boeing 777-200ER aircraft.
Carter described the scenes in the aftermath of the tragedy as "crazy disturbing" but is hopeful he can help bring some joy to his homeland, and his local Cantabrians, by lifting the Webb Ellis trophy in October.
Cantabrians are showing that they have the grit and tireless determination of a community committed to overcoming this tragic natural disaster of mammoth proportions.
Tommi Miers heads north to find out why the Galicians are passionate about fish and the Cantabrians love strong cheese.