trans-Pyrenean

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trans-Pyrenean

[trænzˌpɪrəˈniːən] ADJtranspirenaico
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Valencia, Andalusia, Madrid and Trans-Pyrenean regional film authorities and producers present policies, fests and pics.
Each pretender to the crown of Aragon created a new alignment of powers, Iberian and trans-Pyrenean, which Juan II perforce countered through skillful diplomacy and sheer tenacity.
The rapporteur's amendment to include a new high-speed trans-Pyrenean central rail line was by contrast also rejected in plenary session
* high-capacity trans-Pyrenean rail link - Spain is being pressed to review its project which is regarded as too ambitious in view of the number of crossings proposed (6 or 7);
There are important Renaissance precedents, both in Hispano-Christian and in trans-Pyrenean biblical scholarship, for fray Luis' translation of tsammah and its concomitant gloss in the 1561 commentary.
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