Ebro River


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Noun1.Ebro River - a river in northeastern SpainEbro River - a river in northeastern Spain; flows into the Mediterranean
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A Spanish military unit with 120 specialists joined local firefighters who had worked overnight to control the blaze that sent thick plumes of smoke over hilly terrain near the Ebro River. The fire comes amid a heatwave that is boosting temperatures across Europe.
A Spanish military unit with 120 specialists joined firefighters working to control the blaze that sent plumes of smoke over hilly terrain near the Ebro River. The fire comes amid a heatwave that is boosting temperatures across Europe.
He was in a republican army that crossed the Ebro River to take on Nationalist forces in a last gasp bid to stave off defeat.
Our next destination was La Rioja, a small region in the Ebro River Valley, famous for its rioja and tempranillo wines.
One is near the Ebro river and the other to the Duero river and yet, their wines are so different in personality.
Upon being transplanted to fisheries like Spain's Ebro River in Western Europe, their numbers and size have skyrocketed.
What was known was that his family hailed from Moorish-ruled Tortosa, close to the mouth of the Ebro River, and that he and other members of the family lived in CEaArdoba too, which indicated the kind of mobility that was associated either with banishment or, more likely, careful placement.
in 2008 evaluated the environmental impact associated to PCDDs/Fs and dioxin-like PCBs in the Ebro River basin.
Ancient Ebro River basin mapped: A Spanish research team has used 3D reflection seismology to map the geomorphological features of the Ebro River basin as it was between five and six million years ago, during which time the Straits of Gibraltar closed and the sea level in the Mediterranean basin fell by about 1,300 metres.
He landed a week's fishing on Spain's famous Ebro river AND had a fantastic catch.
Spain's reactor at Santa Maria de Garona was shut for a week in July 2006 after high temperatures were recorded in the Ebro River.