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(Spanish loˈɣroɲo)
(Placename) a walled city in N Spain, on the Ebro River: trading centre of an agricultural region noted for its wine. Pop: 139 615 (2003 est)


(ləˈgroʊn yoʊ)

a city in N Spain. 118,770.
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Noun1.Logrono - a city in northern Spain on the Ebro River
Espana, Kingdom of Spain, Spain - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
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All the next day they lay in a pine wood near to the town of Logrono, resting their horses and taking counsel as to what they should do.
It took place on a stretch of motorway between Logrono and Bilbao, when a wild boar crossed the road and collided with his car.
An eschar swab sample and an eschar biopsy sample were removed under aseptic conditions and sent together with EDTA-treated blood and serum specimens to Spain's reference center for rickettsioses (Hospital San Pedro-Centro de Investigacion Biomedica de La Rioja, Logrono, Spain) for molecular analysis.
Tipo formidable, originario de Logrono, Espana, quien nada mas y nada menos descubrio -junto con su hermano juan Jose--el tungsteno (o wolframio).
As an homage to Logrono, where you will find Calle del Laurel, the Spanish chef offered over 20 Rioja wines for guests to enjoy and prepared 16 pinchos and tapas, including an excellent 'Alejandro' chorizo bathed in Tempranillo Rioja sauce, lamb cutlet in Villeroy cream, pork loin tournedos, mini rolls of ox tongue in olive sauce, and the list goes on.
GREAT Britain's Chris Froome tightened his grip on the overall lead at La Vuelta by coasting to victory in the stage 16 time trial from Circuito de Navarra to Logrono.
Inscriptions with threats against Muslims appeared on the facades of the mosques of Logrono (Rioja Autonomous Region), the Catalan city of Montblanc and Seville (Autonomous Province of Andalusia).
Pepitas de Calabaza Editores, Logrono, 2007), el anarquista y "nino prodigio" de las letras suecas Stig Dagerman (1923-1954) apunta un tema fundamental para entender parte de la crisis por la que atraviesa hoy nuestro pais.
Original reports suggested he could have broken his leg and he was rushed for x-rays to hospital in Logrono, which ruled out a fracture, although he will play no part in Spain's game in the Ukraine next week and will be a doubt when Juventus return to league action next weekend.
Spain can make sure of their place at Euro 2016 with a win against Group C minnows Luxembourg in Logrono on Friday.