Xeres


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Xeres

(Spanish ˈxerɛθ)
n
(Placename) the former name of Jerez

Je•rez

(həˈreɪs, -ˈrɛz)

n.
a city in SW Spain. 180,444.
Also called Jerez′ de la Fron•te′ra (frʌnˈtɛər ə) Formerly, Xeres.
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A spokesman for Nottinghamshire police told the ECHO that Operations Daybreak and Xeres had now been replaced by Operation Equinox, which is an investigation into non-recent abuse in children's homes and other institutions in Nottinghamshire.
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Although wines of varying origins and quality were referred to as sack, those whose trajectories I trace in global trade networks and English literary culture were produced in Spanish dominions, whether the Canary Islands or Xeres and Malaga on the peninsula.