Albacete


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Albacete

(älbäthā`tā), city (1990 pop. 129,002), capital of Albacete prov., SE Spain, in Castile–La Mancha. Under the Moors, Albacete was a part of the Kingdom of MurciaMurcia
, autonomous region and former Moorish kingdom (1990 pop. 1,062,066), 4,370 sq mi (11,321 sq km), SE Spain, on the Mediterranean Sea, comprising the present province of Murcia. It became an autonomous region in 1982.
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, with which it was incorporated (1269) into Castile. An agricultural and transport center, the city is in a wine-producing region. Its products include wine, clothing, tools, and flour.
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This is precisely where many Welshmen trained during the Spanish Civil War as Albacete was the training base and HQ for the British International Brigade 1936-1939 until the Bridages were withdrawn late in the civil war.
Albacete had been one of the leaders of the Communion and Liberation movement in the United States.
I had good legs today," Bouhanni said after crossing the line first on the 207kilometre route from Baeza to Albacete.
Manager Gregorio Manzano will no doubt make plenty of changes to his usual La Liga line-up, but the gulf in class between Atletico and Segunda Division B Group 1 side Albacete is huge (Segunda Division B is the Spanish third tier) and whatever side the boss puts out should be more than competitive.
2] Anatomical Pathology Service, Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Albacete, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, Albacete, Spain
I managed to go more than half a second faster on race tyres than I did on my last visit to Albacete so at least some good came from the weekend.
It will try to produce an encore of the historic Albacete round, as promised by the Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) President Nasser bin Khalifa al Attiyah.
Keegan's Allstars and Albacete are joint second after Keegans could only draw against Age Concern.
There was an accident this morning involving two F1 Mirage jets from the Albacete military base which were carrying out routine training flights.
According to Spanish radio network COPE, the photograph was taken by a Spanish tourist, Clara Torres, from Albacete, on August 31.
The second half was a different story however, and as the grizzled Georgians tired, Lucas Borges (two), Patricio Albacete and Federico Martin Aramburu - with the game's last act - went over for tries.
Rita Melton, 56, opens another Step By Step Melton English Academy for more than 400 pupils in Albacete, south-east Spain, next month.