Sevillian


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Sevillian

[səˈvɪlɪən]
A. ADJsevillano
B. Nsevillano/a m/f
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"That poniard must have been made by Ramon de Hoces the Sevillian," said Sancho.
The Sevillian businesswoman believes that the new content provided by SIMOF Baila and the growth of SIMOF EGO (an alternative and open catwalk) have attracted more atmosphere to the exhibition area.
Alexis Sevillian bookended the burst with 3-pointers, with the second of those giving the Hawkeyes their largest lead to that point at 63-46 with 8 minutes left.
A less explored topic comes from Alfredo Rodriguez Lopez-Vazquez, who gives a brief overview of the impact of the Sevillian low life upon Cervantes and Aleman.
Then, Mateo and Valerio (Sergio Castellanos) find Carmen Galvez, the missing lover of Ignacio Azuaga, who confirms that Ledesma, secret leader of the Sevillian Protestants, is behind the murders.
Each of Velazquez, who was baptised in Seville in 1599 and received his training and early commissions there, Zurbaran, who was apprenticed in the city from 1614, and Murillo, a Sevillian native who trained there in the 1630s, painted versions, some for the city, and some, in the case of Zurbaran, for export to the Americas.
Sevillian type) use olives picked at the green maturation stage and account for about 60% of the table olives produced worldwide [44].
El Cabildo serves reputedly the best traditional Sevillian cuisine.
[The Sevillian youth sexuality: A qualitative study of knowledge, attitudes and behaviors.] Sevilla: Ayuntamiento de Sevilla.