Navarrese


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Navarrese

[ˌnævəˈriːz]
A. ADJnavarro
B. N
1.navarro/a m/f
2. (Ling) → navarro m
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Tenders are invited for Cleaning services for the navarrese health service-osasunbidea during the year 2020 of several centers of chn (chn-c and chn-d).
In the Spanish trilogies, Redondo's Inspector Amaia Salazar belongs to the Policia Foral de Navarra (Navarrese regional police) and Urturi's Inspector Unai Lopez de Ayala is part of the Ertzaintza (the Basque police).
A reprint of this, using colors of the Navarrese artist, Francisco Javier de Frutos, was printed in 1932, and a third edition appeared in 1955, with an iconographical study titled "Iconography of the Auberge de da Petite Ferme", which reproduced txistularis figures from the facades of the Monastery of La Oliva (Spain), the Cathedral and Church of San Cernin of Pamplona, and the Church of Sainte Engrace (France), among others.
Jews Among Christians and Muslims in a Travel Account by a Navarrese Jew, Benjamin of Tudela," Journal of Beliefs and Values 38(3), pp.
However, it would be centuries before they (or better most of them) could secure a monopoly of identities, before English, French, or Spanish became primary identities, relegating Flemish, Burgundian, Castilian, Aragonese, or even Navarrese, or in
Having then set out to include an excursus dedicated to the Navarrese branch of Alfonso VI's ancestors, the author finally refocused his attention on the kings of Leon with Bermudo III (r.
Joan tried to calm the Navarrese nobles down by saying that Elena would back off once she knew that the French army is coming to defend Navarre.
HORSE PLAY Just for the fun of it VVGOOGLING a runner Francis Xavier 5.15 Newcastle He was a Navarrese Basque Roman Catholic missionary.
included Bizkaian seafarers; Navarrese traders and farmers who planted
Analysis of Basque and Navarrese newspapers]", Communication & Society / Comunicacion y Sociedad, 27(3), pp.
Sarri<AEo>n highlights 150 years--1650 to 1800--which saw Spain transform from a territory dependent on its neighbors to a power in Europe in its own right, with a little bit of help from its friends--Catalan merchants, migrant French businessmen and Navarrese tradesmen, among others--while Britain and France vied for power in the peninsula.
This movement is particularly critical with the reform of the article 135 of the Spanish constitution approved in September 2011 by the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party with the support of the People's Party and the Navarrese People Union, a regionalist party.