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"In that case," said the curate, "we must pass right through my village, and there your worship will take the road to Cartagena, where you will be able to embark, fortune favouring; and if the wind be fair and the sea smooth and tranquil, in somewhat less than nine years you may come in sight of the great lake Meona, I mean Meotides, which is little more than a hundred days' journey this side of your highness's kingdom."
Capacity for SABIC Innovative Plastics' Ultem polyetherimide is expanded 35 per cent with the opening yesterday of the company's new [euro]300 million facility at Cartagena, Spain.
Cartagena is an ancient Mediterranean city in Murcia, Spain, with history dating back to the Roman Empire.
Cartagena Calderon, Masculinidades en obras: El drama de la hombria en la Espaha imperial, Newark: Juan de la Cuesta, 2008.
Victor Nieto, director of the Cartagena Film Festival, died Nov.
Cartagena Case No.: 2017AP375-CR Officials: Reilly, P.J., Gundrum and Hagedorn, JJ.
En concreto, los Sinodos Diocesanos celebrados en Cartagena en los anos 1905, 1908, 1912 y 1918.
Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton's smart luxury hotel brand, has announced the opening of Conrad Cartagena, the brand's first hotel in Colombia and third in Latin America.
Rosa Councilor Ina Clariza Cartagena, as a youngster, she fell in love with volleyball.