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Guadix

(gwäthēsh`), town (1990 pop. 20,975), Granada prov., S Spain, in Andalusia. It is the center of a farm area growing olives, flax, wheat, and hemp. Guadix was a Roman colony and, under the Visigoths, an episcopal see. It contains an 18th-century cathedral and the remains of a Moorish citadel. Just outside the city are many picturesque caves inhabited by Romani (Gypsies).
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Supply of Natural Gas bound for Poniente Hospital, El Toyo and Guadix belonging to the Public Health Agency Business Poniente Hospital.
He was born at the beginning of the 12th-century in Guadix, Granada (Spain), and studied medicine and philosophy in Seville and Cordova before accepting an administrative position with aACAyAbdul Mu'min, whose son, Abu SaaACAyid, made him the "confidential secretary" to the governor of Ceuta and Tangiers.
545/1150-1), born near Guadix, studied with al-GhazalT and received permission from him to transmit his works.
These results coincide with those obtained in Spain at Hoya de Guadix [20] where the diets of the common raven, the carrion crow Corvus corone and magpie Pica pica include a large proportion of plant material, reaching 81% for the magpie, and included the same groups as in our case (Hordeum and Triticum species).
Loughnane is happy with her preparations, having gone from high altitude training in Guadix near Sierra Nevada in Spain to home life for 10 days and then almost three weeks in Lensbury in London, in an Irish training camp she describes as her best yet.
Michael managed the Guadix Circuit in Granada with dad Clive, who was best known for working with Ferrari in the 1980s.
Spain is home to the Andasol solar power station (100 MW) in Guadix, Andalusia, and Solnova power station (150 MW) in Sanlucar La Mayor, among the largest concentrated solar power plants in the world
All the decrees adopted during the 16th century on the Morisco community referred to a gradual elimination of traditional Morisco clothing and the Synod of Guadix in 1554 (9) clearly specified the aspects that had to be eliminated.
Tunstall and the Doodson Motorsport team returned to their base in Huddersfield last week having made very good progress throughout their pre-season testing with back to back tests at Cartagena and Guadix in Spain.
From there she went to Guadix and led the militias into battle (Los Dirigentes, 1936, p.
El granadino -- "Al-Arcon-Ben-Al-Arcon / Perico entre los cristianos", firma humoristicamente un poema -- va buscando el sueno vivido de su adolescencia en Guadix, pero es un sueno compartido por gran parte de los cronistas y voluntarios europeos, no precisamente andaluces, como Charles Iriarte, que asisten a la denominada "ultima guerra romantica".
Not at all," he says as he stands ready to climb back into a car at Guadix near Granada, "I've never been able to get it out of my system.