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*  Lorca, Spain
The Collegiate is the only one in Spain which is under the patronage of St. Patrick. The dedication to the Irish saint, has its ... It is said to be the best festival held anywhere in Spain where two brotherhoods vie with each other to display two colours ... In the Middle Ages Lorca was the frontier town between Christian and Muslim Spain. Even earlier to that during the Roman period ... Lorca is the municipality with the second-largest surface area (after Cáceres) in Spain with 1,675.21 km2 (646.80 sq mi). The ...
*  Spain (horse)
On May 1st, 2017 Spain foaled a colt by Triple Crown winner American Pharoah. "Spain pedigree". equineline.com. 2012-05-08. ... 2.4 million for Spain's first foal by Storm Cat, named Carpocrates. For her new owner, Spain produced another foal by Storm Cat ... At age three, Spain had her best year. She got her first Grade I win in the La Brea Stakes at Santa Anita Park, then capped off ... Spain was conditioned for racing by U.S. Racing Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas. At age two, she made six starts, winning ...
*  Daphne Spain
"Daphne Spain". University of Virginia. Retrieved 15 March 2014. "Daphne Spain - Curriculuum Vitae". University of Virginia. ... Spain received her B.A. in sociology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1972, followed by an M.A. and Ph.D. ... Daphne Spain is an American academic who studies urban and environmental planning. She is the James M. Page Professor in the ... "First Measured Century: Daphne Spain Interview". First Measured Century. Retrieved 15 March 2014. ...
*  Spain (band)
Spain's third album I Believe was released in 2001, and a compilation, Spirituals: The Best Of Spain, was released in 2003. ... Spain's debut album The Blue Moods of Spain, released in September 1995, featured the song "Spiritual," which has since become ... 1 (Diamond Soul Recordings, 2010) Blue Moods Of Spain: A History, Pt. 2 (Diamond Soul Recordings, 2011) The Soul Of Spain ( ... The Best of Spain (Restless Records, 2003) Blue Moods Of Spain: A History, Pt. ...
*  Amy Spain
Spain was owned by Major Albertus C. Spain, a Mexican-American War veteran who owned a large property in Darlington, South ... Spain was captured and charged with "treason and conduct unbecoming a slave" by a Confederate military tribunal; Major Spain ... "AMY SPAIN.", Charleston Courier, October 7, 1865. Gandy, Brian, Darlington County Historical Commission: Amy Spain, "Juneteenth ... "Confederate forces hanged Amy Spain 94 years ago", The Augusta Chronicle-Herald, May 10, 1959. Hanging of Amy Spain, Harper's ...
*  Spain Musgrove
... (born July 30, 1945 in Kansas City, Missouri) is a former American football defensive tackle in the National ... "Spain Musgrove". NFL official website. Retrieved 2008-02-08. "NFL Draft History: M". NFL official website. Retrieved 2008-02-08 ...
*  Sarah Spain
"Sarah Spain". "Reporter Sarah Spain Is a Chicago Sports fan". chicagomag.com. "Sarah Spain's Website". sarahspain.com. ... Spain was on the Cornell Big Red track and field team. In 1998, as a senior in Lake Forest High School, Spain was the MVP and ... In September 2016, Spain inked a new multi-year deal with ESPN and launched the new national ESPN Radio show, "Izzy & Spain", ... "Sarah Spain » I'm Mad As Hell & I'm Not Going To Take This Anymore". sarahspain.com. Sarah Spain on IMDb Cornell University ...
*  Contraband Spain
Spain". BFI. "Contraband Spain (1955)". "Contraband Spain". TV Guide. "Contraband Spain (1955) - Trailers, Reviews, Synopsis, ... Contraband Spain is a 1955 British-Spanish international co-production crime film written and directed by Lawrence Huntington ... The gang smuggles watches into Spain and brings counterfeit American money into England that is used to buy gold that is melted ... A United States Department of the Treasury agent works against smugglers on the border between Spain and France. He has a ...
*  Santander, Spain
... an exponent of the Neoclassical style in Spain Jenaro Quesada, 1st Marquis of Miravalles (1818-1889) Grandee of Spain and ... Banco Santander, Spain's largest bank and corporation, is headquartered here.[citation needed] The Cathedral of Santander:The ... Sunshine hours are very low by comparison with the rest of mainland and southern Spain. With just around 1650 hours of sunshine ... Summer temperatures are much cooler than in the more southern large cities of Spain, but are typical of the Atlantic coastline ...
*  Valsequillo, Spain
The Battle for Spain. The Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939. Penguin Books. 2006. London. p.375 Media related to Valsequillo, Spain ... Valsequillo is a municipality in the province of Córdoba, Spain. According to the 2014 census, the municipality has a ...
*  Galicia (Spain)
... all of Spain: 80.2 years) Male: 76.8 years (all of Spain: 77.0 years) Female: 84.0 years (all of Spain: 83.5 years) Roman ... Birth rate (2006): 7.9 per 1,000 (all of Spain: 11.0 per 1,000) Death rate (2006): 10.8 per 1,000 (all of Spain: 8.4 per 1,000 ... The 1833 territorial division of Spain put a formal end to the Kingdom of Galicia, unifying Spain into a single centralized ... He or she is a member of the parliament and is elected by its deputies and then formally named by the monarch of Spain. The ...
*  Caritas Spain
... ("Cáritas España" in Spanish) is the Catholic Church's official organization in Spain for charity and social ... Caritas Spain is a Spanish confederation of Catholic relief, development and social service organisations operating in Spain. ... Caritas Spain consists of 68 regional member organisations known as diocese The organization has its national headquarters in ... "Religious Organizations Registrar". Spain's Ministry of Justice. Retrieved 29 March 2013. Official website. ...
*  Toledo, Spain
Collins, Roger (1989). Arab Conquest of Spain. Blackwell. p. 30. Collins, Roger (1989). Arab Conquest of Spain. Blackwell. p. ... Collins, Roger (1989). Arab Conquest of Spain, 710-797. Blackwell. p. 44. Collins, Roger (1989). Arab Conquest of Spain, 710- ... Richardson, John (1996). The Romans in Spain. Blackwell. Kulikowski, Michael (2004). Late Roman Spain and Its Cities. Baltimore ... Collins, Roger (1989). Arab Conquest of Spain. Blackwell. p. 43. Collins, Roger (1989). Arab Conquest of Spain, 710-797 ( ...
*  Quinton Spain
Spain started the 2017 season as the Titans' starting left guard. "Bio for Quinton Spain". titansonline.com. Retrieved May 13, ... Spain signed with the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent following the 2015 NFL Draft. He made the Titans final roster ... In 2016, Spain won the starting left guard spot and started 13 games, missing 3 due to injury. The 2016 Titans offensive line ... Quinton Lamar Spain (born August 7, 1991) is an American football guard for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football ...
*  Zamora, Spain
Zamora (Spanish pronunciation: [θaˈmoɾa]) is a city in Castile and León, Spain, the capital of the province of Zamora. It lies ... and is one of the three best-preserved Visigothic churches in all of Spain. It was moved stone by stone and then re-erected, ... Spain, since 2001. Yaritagua, Venezuela. Altagracia de Orituco, Venezuela This article incorporates text from a publication now ...
*  Jenny Spain
"Interview With DEADGIRL Jenny Spain". Horror Society. 12 November 2010. Retrieved 16 January 2017. Jenny Spain on IMDb Jenny ... In 2007, Spain appeared in her first short film All The Girls Fake, which won an award at East Lansing Film Festival. She ... Jenny Spain (born July 2, 1980 in San Diego, California) is an American actress of Spanish descent. Her mother is a singer and ...
*  Público (Spain)
"Spain. Freedom of the Press 2013". Freedom House. Retrieved 1 January 2015. Victoria Burnett (22 October 2007). "A New Daily ... In its last year, the paper was the ninth-largest general-interest newspaper in Spain and the fifth-largest of those ... "Country Profile: Spain". Institute of Media and Communications Study. Retrieved 21 February 2015. Rosario de Mateo; Laura ... Carlos Enrique Bayo (2012-16) Ana Pardo de Vera (2016-) List of newspapers in Spain Público sigue creciendo y marca otro récord ...
*  Little Spain
"Little Spain". RTVE. November 18, 2010. Retrieved 2010-09-18. "Little Spain, el barrio español de Nueva York donde sólo se ... "Little Spain" was on 14th Street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues. A very different section of Chelsea existed on a stretch ... Little Spain on IMDb LA VANGUARDIA. El Mundo. Official Web Presence of the Spanish Benevolent Society. Coordinates: 40°44′21″N ... Little Spain was a Spanish-American neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan during the 20th century. " ...
*  Ryan Spain
... (October 11, 1982) is a Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives, representing the 73rd district ... "Representative Ryan Spain (R) 73rd District". Illinois General Assembly. January 11, 2017. Retrieved January 18, 2017. " ...
*  Elsie Spain
ISBN 0-19-816174-3. "Elsie Spain" at the Memories of the D'Oyly Carte website Photograph of Spain Another photo of Spain Spain ... A reviewer wrote of Spain in The Times: "Her voice is powerful and pleasing, and her high notes are effectively used." Spain ... Pinafore Link to photo of Spain as Princess Mathilde in The Quaker Girl Spain as Mascha in The Chocolate Soldier. ... Spain died in 1970 at age 91. Her only known recording is a duet of the song "I Have a Song to Sing, Oh" from The Yeomen of the ...
*  Douglas Spain
... (born April 15, 1974) is an American film and television actor, director and producer. In 1998 Spain was ... Spain came out as gay via Facebook on January 26, 2012 and in an interview with The Advocate on January 27, 2012 1997: Riot as ... On television, Spain appeared in the Emmy Award-winning Band of Brothers, and has made guest appearances on Star Trek: Voyager ... "Douglas Spain Becomes the Change He Wants To See". The Advocate, 1/27/12. Archived from the original on 2012-01-29. Douglas ...
*  Jaén, Spain
Jaén (Spanish pronunciation: [xaˈen]) is a city in south-central Spain. The name is most likely derived from the Roman name ... Arab Baths, the most significant remnants of the Moorish era of Andalusia, are the largest Arab baths preserved in Spain. They ... The language spoken in Jaén is the official language of Spain, Spanish. The variety of Spanish spoken in this province displays ... "Jaen, Spain Climate Summary". Weatherbase. Retrieved 17 March 2015. "Standard climate values - Jaén". aemet.es. Retrieved 17 ...
*  Ávila, Spain
The town is home to Óbila CB, a professional basketball team of Spain's LEB Plata. The team plays its home games at the ... Teresa, Ávila Ávila in the official website for Tourism in Spain (in English) Photos of Ávila Satellite picture by Google Maps ... List of people from Ávila, Spain Kingdom of Castile Old Castile One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a ... Lives of five famous people of the province of Avila, Spain, in the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries: Isabel the Catholic, St ...
*  Spain (Auden)
Spain is a poem by W. H. Auden written after his visit to the Spanish Civil War. Spain was described by George Orwell as "one ... Auden published two versions of the poem, first as a pamphlet Spain (1937), then, in revised form and titled "Spain 1937", in ... The Refreshing River from Spain. Quotations on WikiQuote W. H. Auden, Spain. Reprinted in Valentine Cunningham, Spanish Front ... On its publication, Cyril Connolly described Spain as "good medium Auden in a good cause-the Spanish Medical Aid". Connolly ...
*  Quesada, Spain
Quesada is a town located in the province of Jaén, southern Spain. La Cañada de las Fuentes, which is in the same municipality ... La Vila Joiosa, Spain Sierra de Cazorla. ...