Valona


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Valona

(vəˈləʊnə)
n
(Placename) another name for Vlorë
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A 24-year old boy from Tetovo drowned in the Ionian Sea, near the Albanian city of Valona, Saturday, trying to save two girls from drowning.
Major organization : CROCKETT VALONA SANITARY DISTRICT
Meeting the likes of lively teen Addi and a tiny detective, Vaughnathan Valona, these Valorous Smalls embark on a quest to save Joel-Brock's family, who, they discover, have been kidnapped and held prisoner in the labyrinthine Sporangium deep below the Big Box Bonanza.
On December 19, 1940 they set off and bombed Valona and Krionero.
En el asalto a la ciudad perecio el coronel Bassecourt, que junto a dos hermanos se integro en 1796 en la Guardia Valona.
Viollca era una quindicenne che fu rapita il 31 ottobre 2000 a Valona e fu liberata una settimana dopo a Ostuni.
Simply because of the lion for which it is said that is not an ethnic element of the Albanians even if it has been used in the past symbols of Tirana, Valona and Durres but we forget that it is not a Macedonian symbol either.
El yo implica un tu, que puede ser el nombre de una mujer amada, como en esta valona mexicana: "Ya viene Goya Barajas, ramilletito de azahar/que cuando sale a pasear, hasta los campos transcienden" (6).
Finally, according to the Pact of London, Italy, which had hesitated to join the Allies, was offered an attractive bait: the right to annex Trentino, Trieste Dalmatia, numerous Adriatic islands, Valona, many islands near Asia Minor, a large slice of Asiatic Turkey and an indefinite claim to territorial acquisitions in Africa.
Espana estaba sumamente interesada en la conquista de Argel, Tunez y Tripoli, mientras venecia sonaba con sus posesiones antiguas: Castelnovo, valona y Durazzo (36).
A los caballeros, como el Durandarte de la cueva de Montesinos, se les sacaba el corazon, tal y como es el caso del hermano del rey, don Juan de Austria, cuyo corazon se enterro en la catedral valona de Namur, ciudad en la que murio.