Jaca


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Jaca

(hä`kä), town (1990 pop. 10,874), Huesca prov., NE Spain, in Aragón, in the Pyrenees (alt. c.2,700 ft/820 m), near the French border on the Aragón River. A communications center and an episcopal see, it is a processing center for lumber and for the farm products of the fertile Aragón valley. After its recapture from the Moors it was (11th cent.) the cradle of the Aragonese kingdom. Huesca, taken in 1097, replaced it as the capital. Jaca has ancient walls and towers and a Romanesque cathedral (11th–15th cent.).
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The leaves of the camphor, pepper, cinnamon, and clove trees were delightfully aromatic; and the bread-fruit, the jaca, and the mango, vied with each other in the magnificence of their foliage.
His early collections became the germ of the BCF Herbarium at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Barcelona, founded in 1943; and later, his Pyrenean collections served as the basis for the JACA Herbarium in 1969, with over 300,000 specimen vouchers, a large part of which are from Montserrat's own collections (see http:// floragon.
En el herbario JACA se conserva el pliego 530083 que respalda la cita de Aseginolaza et al.
Jaca improved to 40-8-4, 22 knockouts while Montiel fell to 21-6, 17 KOs.
No obstante, dentro del sistema de tensiones que opera en el espacio normativo colonial, las proposiciones y las formas de la doctrina cristiana concebidas desde el centro son rebatidas en los valores que producen voces alternas, como la del capuchino aragones Francisco Jose de Jaca en "Derechos catolicos y piadosos", la segunda parte de su Resolucion sobre la libertad de los negros y sus originarios, en estado de paganos y despues ya cristianos (1681) escrita en La Habana (1).
3] en diciembre de 2006 y 2007 respectivamente, mientras que las medias geometricas mensuales mas bajas se presentaron en la estacion Don Jaca y Papare en el mes de noviembre de 2008 con valores de 29,44 [micron]g/[m.
8% (6 de 14) fueron empresas (Velez Elorza, Sanchez Vazquez , & Araujo Pinzon, 2005; Suarez Barraza & Miguel Davila, 2011; Garcia Sabater & Marin Garcia, 2009; Jaca Garcia, Suarez Barraza , Viles Diez, Mateo Duenas , & Santos Garcia , 2011; Suarez Barraza & Miguel Davila, 2011; Jaca Garcia, Mateo Duenas, Tanco Rainusso, Viles Diez, & Santos Garcia, 2010); 35.
Police in Jaca used "super sexy" clips, which is available on YouTube, where two models are seen performing CPR in lacy lingerie and in another, a half-dressed man is seen squeezing a woman from behind before she turns around for a cuddle, the New York Daily News reported.
Los nombres comunes con los que se conoce a la yaca en el mundo son: jackfruit (ingles); bo loup mi (China); jacquier (Francia); nanka (Indonesia); jaca o yaca (espanol y portugues); lanka (Filipinas); kapiac (Nueva Guinea); uto ni India (Fiji); ulu initia (Samoa); chakka, chakki, kanthal, kathar, panos (India); jaca, jacca mole, jaca dura (Brazil); mit (Vietnam); khanun, makami y banum (Tailandia) (Love y Paull, 2011).
Lumicao together with Edmun Y[pounds sterling]Amie' Jaca has taken on the task of gathering a group of young volunteers who would implement and produce dance modules, acts and events to complete the entertainment package of BnB.
Giovanni Sale, Giovanni XXIII e la preparazione del Concilio Vaticano II nei diari inediti del direttore della <<Civilta Cattolica>>, padre Roberto Tucci, Jaca Book, Milano 2012, 173 pp.
4km stage from Tarazona to Jaca but Spain's Rodriguez overtook him to win by five seconds.