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Ma·jor·ca

 (mə-jôr′kə, -yôr′-) also Mal·lor·ca (mä-yôr′kä, -lyôr′-)
An island of Spain in the western Mediterranean Sea off the east-central coast of the mainland. The largest of the Balearic Islands, it was the center of an independent kingdom from 1276 until 1343. Tourism is its major industry.

Ma·jor′can adj. & n.
Translations

Majorcan

[məˈjɔːkən]
A. ADJmallorquín
B. N
1. (= person) → mallorquín/ina m/f
2. (Ling) → mallorquín m

Majorcan

nMallorquiner(in) m(f)
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A similar sensibility informs the Majorcan work, reinforced perhaps by the Carthuja, or Carthusian Monastery at Valldemosa, where Chopin and George Sands stayed in 1820.
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Fairs Lloyds Travel, which has been arranging Majorcan holidays for almost 30 years, and sister travel agency company Cleveland Holidays, have moved their base from Middlesbrough to Durham Tees Valley Airport.
Last night he was in police cells ahead of a court appearance in the Majorcan capital Palma.
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The figures showed that Majorcan hotels were 92.42% full in August 2003, with the Costa del Sol on 95.7%.
It is part of a deal struck with the Balearic Government to acquire the Costa Nord Cultural Centre, which Douglas created and opened four years ago in the historic Majorcan town of Valldemossa.
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