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Habana

(aˈβana)
n
(Placename) the Spanish name for Havana

Habana

(həˈbænə)
n
(Biography) Bryan. born 1983; South African Rugby Union player: scored a record-equalling eight tries for the South Africa side that won the 2007 World Cup

Ha•van•a

(həˈvæn ə)

n.
1. Spanish, Habana. the capital of Cuba, on the NW coast. 2,241,000.
2. a cigar made in Cuba or of Cuban tobacco.
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Al hablar de esta escuela --que tuvo como sede fundacional el Colegio de San Geronimo--el historiador de la ciudad de La Habana, Eusebio Leal, considero aqui que ella sobresale como defensora de la identidad nacional.
Kanye based Optimax First Aid trainer, Mr Donald Habana says it is important for all Batswana to equip themselves with basic first aid skills.
RUGBY UNION BRYAN HABANA insists the Springboks' talent drain is not down to money, revealing many South African stars move abroad in search of a better life.
SOUTH Africa coach Allister Coetzee has embraced the return of wing wizard Bryan Habana as the Springboks look to bounce back from defeats to England and New Zealand by making short work of Italy in Florence today.
Lianne Habana, an Assistant Professor at the Ateneo De Manila University Department of History.
The Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) yesterday cited in contempt Facebook user Julius Niel Habana for accusing taxi driver Ricky Milagrosa without basis pursuant to the Rules of Practice and Procedure Rule 24 of the LTFRB.
BRYAN Habana endured a wretched night in missing four fine chances to break Jonah Lomu's all-time World Cup try-scoring record despite South Africa seeing off Argentina 24-13, writes NICK PUREWAL.
Habana needed one more score to beat Lomu's all-time best of 15 but he saw one try ruled out and another slip away as he dropped the ball 10 metres short of the line.
Habana needed one more score to move ahead of Lomu's all-time best 15, but he saw one try ruled out and another go begging as he dropped the ball 10 metres short of the line.
Habana botched a host of chances in what will surely be his last World Cup turn, the 32-year-old ending his glittering World Cup career tied on 15 tries with former New Zealand prodigy Lomu.
BRYAN Habana has dedicated South Africa's World Cup semi-final to teacher Zukisa Kela, whose last words were "Go Springboks Go" before being drowned by a gang.
BRYAN HABANA aims to complete his rise from the depths of despair to the top of the world by breaking Welsh hearts this Saturday.