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Gerona

(Spanish xeˈrona)
n
(Placename) a city in NE Spain: city walls and 14th-century cathedral; often besieged, in particular by the French (1809). Pop: 81 220 (2003 est). Catalan name: Girona Ancient name: Gerunda
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He developed a talent for telling them home truths, which made them bear with fortitude his declaration that he had done with that city and was settling in Gerona, a little town in the north of Spain which had attracted him when he saw it from the train on his way to Barcelona.
Meanwhile, moderate to heavy rains are currently being experienced in parts of Tarlac (Gerona, Santalgnacia, Victoria and Pura), which may persist within two hours.
A Filipino historian named Danilo Madrid Gerona, who is part of a group of international experts organizing the commemoration of the 500th ananniversary of Ferdinand Magellan circumnavigating the world, recently made the suggestion that it might not be accurate to call Lapu-Lapu a national hero.
Annabel started off her successful campaign with the chestnut mare Gerona, who confirmed her potential by qualifying for the Equitop Myoplast Senior Foxhunter and Talent Seekers inc.
Sus 214 kilometros que se extienden desde el pintoresco pueblo de Blanes, al sur de Gerona, hasta Portbou, en la frontera con Francia, reciben el nombre de la Costa Brava, uno de los destinos mas tradicionales para pasar unas relajadas vacaciones sin salir del pais.
Toni Gerona, entraineur de la selection tunisienne de handball a indique que les champions d'Afrique chercheront a faire honneur a leur statut lors des Jeux Mediterraneens Tarragone 2018 "en atteignant les demi-finales au moins ou la petite finale".
Dominguez III, chairman of the PSF Board, signed four grant agreements to be implemented starting this year, namely: the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Response as an Adaptation Mechanism to Resiliency in Lanuza, Surigao del Sur; the Siargao Climate Field School for Farmers and Fisherfolk in the Municipality of Del Carmen, Siargao Islands, Surigao del Norte; Building Resilience through Community-based Ecological Farming in San Francisco, Camotes Islands; and Promoting Resiliency and Climate-Informed Gerona in Gerona, Tarlac.
Ratajkowski had mentioned Arrobio's plan to Raissa Gerona, the chief brand officer of Revolve, a company for which Ratajkowski modelled.
Led by fashion industry veterans Raissa Gerona and Mitch Moseley, the group now joins Revolve, whose infusion of capital into the business will accelerate its growth and expansion as a wholesale brand with multiple labels and more coming soon.
More than 100 officers were involved in raids at several Sanofi offices and at abattoirs, including one in Gerona in Northern Spain.
They imposed controls at six border crossings with France and at Barcelona and Gerona airports.
The first lines of his prose poem "Prose from Autumn in Gerona" is proof of her talent: "Una persona--deberia decir una desconocida--que te acaricia, te hace bromas, es dulce contigo y te lleva hasta la orilla de un precipicio." (A woman--I ought to say a stranger--who caresses you, teases you, is sweet with you and brings you to the edge of a precipice.) Healy's translation is subtle and gentle, yet keeps the same intensity as the original.