Ciudad Real


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Ciudad Real

(Spanish siuˈðað rɛˈal)
n
(Placename) a market town in S central Spain. Pop: 65 703 (2003 est)
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The Ciudad Real coach had tasted the first Super Globe title in 1997 when he played for Teka Santander.
The various backers have been attracted by the prospect of developing Ciudad Real as alternative to Madrid's increasingly congested international gateway at Barajas.
The 48-year-old man who died in Ciudad Real, south of Madrid, after bicycling the day before was thought to be the first victim of the heat wave this year.
ANGELA VALLVEY was born in 1964 in San Lorenzo, Ciudad Real, Spain.
In Group A, El Zamalek will meet the Spanish league and European Champions league winners BM Ciudad Real and Pan American winners Unopar Fel Sercomtel from Brazil.
Two Chechens, Eldar Magomedov and Mohamed Ankari Adamov, were seized in Ciudad Real, 125 miles south of Madrid, as they tried to take a bus to France last week.
Address for correspondence: Jose de la Fuente, Instituto de Investigacion en Recursos Cinegeticos (IREC-CSIC-UCLM-JCCM), Ronda de Toledo s/n, 13005 Ciudad Real, Spain; email: jose_delafuente@yahoo.
Coverage of the fifth stage of the Tour of Spain, a 40km individual time-trial starting and ending in Ciudad Real.
This scenic region that encompasses the provinces of Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Toledo - known worldwide as the scenario of the knightly exploits of the literary character Don Quixote - is the habitat of the Manchega sheep, a breed that has been kept pure in order to maintain the unique properties and characteristics of its milk.
Spain has 15 coal mining companies and half of Spain's 8,000 coal miners work seams in the traditional coal heartland of Asturias, while the rest can be found in Castilla y Leon, Teruel, Ciudad Real and Cordoba.
Tonnes) Lerida 4,200 Huesca 1,781 Teruel 1,740 Zaragosa 1,963 Tarragona 8,701 Ciudad Real 8,700 Madrid 2,501 Toledo 10,344 Alicante 3,720 Castellon 4,050 Valencia 1,860 Badajoz 3,470 Caceres 1,587 Granada 15,000 Jaen 110,000 Malaga 17,300 Cordoba 36,000 Huelva 2,640 Sevilla 10,385 Total 246,142 Source: Borges SA
With security forces on high alert over a public holiday marking the anniversary of the Spanish constitution, bombs detonated in the cities of Valladolid, Leon and Santillana del Mar in the north, Avila and Ciudad Real in central Spain, Alicante in the east and Malaga in the south, the ministry said.