Eivissa


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Eivissa

(eɪˈβisə)
n
(Placename) the Catalan name for Ibiza
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Around1,000 plantswere seized by officers inside the former premises of Eivissa bar in Bridge Street,Warringtontown centre, at 10.42am on Sunday.
Four-year-old Georgia Robinson was playing in the sun with her friend Eivissa Joyce when she was hurt on Sunday afternoon.
La Finca Eivissa, on Back Colquitt Street LITTLE bit of the White Isle came to Liverpool when La Finca Eivissa opened in the city centre.
Our Dug Spy recruits Eivissa the chihuahua and podencos Sabueso and Zorro lapped it up, while one sniff had me running for a bucket.
She even arrived at the hospital in Leeds in stilettos, and gave birth to her daughter Eivissa in a bikini with a little skirt she designed herself.
Inside cabin from pounds 865pp & Outside from pounds 1134pp Inside cabin from pounds 865pp & Outside from pounds 1134pp Eastern Mediterranean Departing 6th April 2010 for 23 nights Visiting: Liverpool - Cadiz, Spain - Malaga, Spain - Catania, Sicily, Italy - Zakinthos (Zante), Greece - Piraeus (Athens), Greece - Mykonos, Greece - Volos, Greece - Izmir, Turkey - Thira, Santorini, Greece - Valletta, Malta - Eivissa, Ibiza, Spain - Lisbon, Portugal - Liverpool.
The label's just released its new Eivissa compilation album and has been throwing parties on the island for years.
In 2002 he was slashed across the face with a knife at the Eivissa nightclub in South Shields.
In 2002, he was slashed across the face with a knife at Eivissa nightclub in South Shields.
Ibiza town (Eivissa) is the cultural core of the island, offering a cosmopolitan centre with historic sights and attractive boutiques.