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Linares(lēnä`rās), city (1990 pop. 59,150), Jaén prov., S Spain, in Andalusia. The rich silver and lead mines nearby have brought prosperity to the city, which now has many metallurgical industries. Powder and dynamite are chief products.
a city in southern Spain, in Andalusia, province of Jaén. Population, 52,000 (1970). Linares is a center for the extraction and processing of silver and lead ores from the southern slopes of the Sierra Morena. Local industries include metalworking, automotive assembly, chemical processing (including manufacture of gunpowder and explosives), and food processing.
a city in the central part of Chile. Capital of the province of Linares. Population, 31,900 (1966). Railroad station. Local industries include flour milling, sugar-beet refining, wine-making, leather processing, and woodworking. The resort of Panimávida with mineral springs is near Linares.