Jerez


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Jerez

a town in SW Spain: famous for the making of sherry. Pop.: 191 002 (2003 est.)
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The main aims of the Jerez tests are to evaluate the effect of the 2018 technical regulation on the real world performance of the official Ninja ZX-10RR and to provide feedback for the development process, which will continue unabated in the winter months.
Brandy de Jerez is to this municipality in the south of Spain what champagne is to the province of Champagne in the northeast of France.
A graduate of physics and engineering from the University of Barcelona, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago, Ms Jerez joins Wizz Air from Vueling Airlines where she was the Chief Financial Officer and a Vueling board member since 2011.
The acquired assets include Bodegas Fundador, known to be Spain's largest and oldest brandy cellars established in 1730, as well as production facilities, ageing cellars, vineyards and state-of-the-art blending and bottling facilities, in Jerez, Spain.
In 2005, after arriving in the United States, Jerez sued the Republic of Cuba for compensatory and punitive damages in the Florida State Court.
The reigning four-times Formula One champions managed a miserable 21 laps over four days at the first test in Jerez at the end of January after suffering a litany of issues.
Newey said: "What stopped us at Jerez - on our side as opposed to Renault - was a problem where the bodywork local to the exhaust was catching fire.
Red Bull had a disastrous time in Jerez, Spain - on two of the four days their car broke down without completing a lap.
With a thin new moon still visible over the Jerez circuit, the 2008 world champion eased the F1 W05 out of the pitlane shortly after 0900 local (0800 GMT) for an installation lap before silence resumed.
Owen flew to Jerez in southern Spain to be assessed over three intensive days by experts from the Consejo Regulador D.