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Faial

(fäyäl`), island (1991 pop. 15,155), 66 sq mi (171 sq km), in the N Atlantic, one of the central AzoresAzores
, Port. Açores [Port.,=hawks], islands (1991 pop. 241,592), 905 sq mi (2,344 sq km), and autonomous region of Portugal, in the Atlantic Ocean, c.900 mi (1,448 km) W of mainland Portugal.
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, Portugal. It is in Horta dist., named for the island's chief town and port, Horta. Fruit and wine are exported, cattle are raised, and traditional crafts are manufactured.

Faial

, Fayal
an island in the central Azores archipelago. Chief town: Horta. Area: 171 sq. km (66 sq. miles)
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Our next trip was over to Faial Island where we made our way down to Horta, which is a major stopover for yachts crossing the Atlantic.
HRH Prince Moulay Rachid was also welcomed by vice-president of the Marrakech International Film Festival Foundation Faial Laaraichi, Nour-Eddine Sail, also vice-president of the Marrakech International Film Festival Foundation, Festival's director Melita Toscan du Plantier, Festival's artistic director Bruno Barde, President's advisor at the festival's foundation Azzedine Benmoussa, and secretary general of the festival Saloua Zouiten.
For the past 30 years, however, life in the islands - Pico, Santa Maria, Sao Miguel, Terceira, Graciosa, Sao Jorge, Faial, Flores and Corvo - has been rather different, partly because of the whales who patrol its waters.
The tutorial text was neutral as it contained a lot of factual and descriptive information about protagonist's life on a Faial Portuguese Island of the Azores (see Annex A).
Este dice: "No he perdido de vista, en cambio, El mal de Montano, la nouvelle que termine de escribir en Faial despues de un polvo salvaje, la nouvelle en la que se entrelazan la ficcion con mi vida real.
Their houses had been hit by a mudslide in Faial da Terra on Sao Miguel Island late Wednesday, dpa reported.
2007) as, i) the Lombadas and Serra do Trigo CO2-rich waters, and ii) waters used for balneotherapy and balneology as Furnas, Ferraria and Caldeiras da Ribeira Grande (Sao Miguel Island), Varadouro ( Faial Island) and Carapacho (Graciosa Island).
1962) was commissioned to write this music in 1998 in recognition of the victims of the July 9th earthquake in the Portuguese island of Faial of that year.
The session of talks was attended by Prince Faial bin Al-Hussain, Prime Minister Fayez Al-Tarawneh, Hashemite Royal Court Chief Riyadh Abu Kerki, Foreign Minister Nasser Joudah, King Abdulla's Office director Emad Fakhouri, Royal Advisor for tribal affairs Fawaz Al-Zubn Abdulla, Royal Advisor Abdulla Warikat, Joint Chief of Staff General Mohammed Al-Zubn, Public Security director General Hussain Hazaa Al-Majali, General Intelligence Department director Faisal Al-Shubaki, National Guard director Major-General Tawfiq Al-Tawalbah and Jordanian Ambassador to Manama Mohammed Siraj.
This is the second subterranean termite to be established in Azores, after the European subterranean termite of the same genus, Reticulitermes grassei Clement in Faial Island (Nunes & Nobre 2007).
In his presentation, Faial Alfadl, secretary general of the Saudi Green Buildings Council, mentioned that Saudi Arabia today accounts for 5.