Panamanian capital

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Noun1.Panamanian capital - the capital and largest city of Panama
Panama, Republic of Panama - a republic on the Isthmus of Panama; achieved independence from Colombia in 1903
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"We have the same goal and same energy as we had in Columbus," he said at a pre-match press conference in the Panamanian capital on Monday.
Luz Marina Pardo, manager of commercial operations at Medipan, founded with Panamanian capital, said "We do not buy from manufacturers, but to intermediaries.
The new service will operate daily November through August and five times weekly in September and October, offering Denver-area travelers direct access to the Panamanian capital and connections to several additional cities in Central and South America through United's strategic partnership with Copa Airlines.
With the addition of this latest service the carrier now flies to the Panamanian capital on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and through connections with local airlines and flights to other cities Iberia passengers can book to and from Panama on any day of the week.
Meera Kumar took place here in the Panamanian Capital on the sidelines of the 124th General Assembly of the Inter Parliamentary Union according to a message received from Panama.
Fehmida Mirza, Speaker of the National Assembly, continued to remain in prominence as the 124th Meeting of the worlds parliaments entered its third day here in the Panamanian Capital. As many as 5000 delegates from over 155 countries are participating in this annual event of the inter Parliamentary Union which is deliberating on a wide range of issues concerning the fate of democracies around the globe.
Until recently, the Panamanian capital was a place where travellers stopped only long enough to take a photo of the canal and do a bit of shopping, before moving on to the San Blas islands or the country's other famous archipelago, Bocas del Toro, near the Costa Rican border.
East of the Panamanian capital, it's just eight minutes of the Tocumen International Airport.