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Cordova,

Spain: see CórdobaCórdoba
or Cordova
, city (1990 pop. 307,275), capital of Córdoba prov., S Spain, in Andalusia, on the Guadalquivir River. Modern industries in the city include brewing, distilling, textile manufacturing, metallurgy, and tourism.
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AIR POLLUTION 2005: THIRTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MODELLING, MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF AIR POLLUTION, May 16-18, 2005, Melia Cordoba Hotel, Cordoba, Spain
Gross divides his book into seven chapters that take us from Armin Firman's attempted flight at Cordoba, Spain, in 852, to the 1999 war in Kosovo.
JOAQUIN PEREZ AZAUSTRE was born in Cordoba, Spain, in 1976.
But ARS scientists working with colleagues at the Instituto de Agricultura Sostenible in Cordoba, Spain, have taken that defense a step further.
To put it bluntly, the customers in Cordoba, Spain, count as much those in Chatsworth.
This project represented the first phase of a 1,400 kilometers gas pipeline system which delivers natural gas from Hassi R'Mel to Cordoba, Spain.
Luis Carrera stole a Vietnamese pot- bellied pig in Cordoba, Spain, but returned it the next day after the porker bit him, peed in his car and tried to mate with his gran's wheelchair.
In early July, cognitive scientists and research assistants received "Best Paper" at EDM '09, the Second International Conference on Education Data Mining in Cordoba, Spain for "Reducing the Knowledge Tracing Space", which demonstrates one way to more efficiently model student learning of cognitive skills.
Learn, Empower, Earn, Return 16 - 22 March 2015 Cordoba, Spain
Author affiliations: University of Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain (I.
The exhibit features a display how early Muslim thinkers from Cordoba, Spain, tried to explain the flight of birds, while thinkers in Damascus decades ago pondered over mathematics.
Francisco Perez-Jimenez from the University of Cordoba, Spain, led a team of researchers who studied the effects of eating a breakfast rich in phenol compounds on gene expression in 20 patients with metabolic syndrome, a common condition associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.