Mieres


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Mieres

(mēā`rĕs), city (1990 pop. 57,627), Oviedo prov., N Spain, in Asturias, on the Lena River. It is an important mining center for coal, sulfur, and cinnabar and has iron and steel plants.

Mieres

 

a city in northern Spain in Asturias, Oviedo Province. Population, 64, 600 (1970). It is one of the centers of the Asturian coal basin. Until 1970, Mieres had a metallurgical works. Chemical and food-processing industries are located in the city.

Mieres

a city in N Spain, south of Oviedo: steel and chemical industries; iron and coal mines. Pop.: 47 618 (2003 est.)
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Common actions of technical assistance of the strategy of sustainable urban development of Mieres.
The star product from the new Dunlop Padel collection for 2016 is the model Dunlop Blast, the new bat of choice for Mieres on the professional circuit.
Allemandi was next to have treatment to attend on his left wrist as Gutierrez and Mieres powered ahead 4-1.
Worcester : B Howard (P Humphreys 79), J Stephenson, R Fatiaki (H Stevens 57), A Symons, D Hammond, I Mieres, C Mulchrone (capt); R Bower (O Fainga'anuku 70), N Annett (B Sowrey 60), J Rees (M Daniels 77), J Percival (S Kerry 70), D Sanderson, H Taylor, M Gilbert, R De Carpentier.
They were rewarded when Scannell slotted his first kick of the night after just eight minutes but Warriors won an immediate penalty from a scrum allowing Mieres to level.
Mieres kicked his first penalty after the early setback of Twelvetrees' opening score for Gloucester with two minutes gone.
Worcester's points came via a try and conversion from fly-half Ignacio Mieres and a penalty by Chris Pennell.
21) 21 T: Young T: Senatore, Stephenson, Stelling C: Humberstone C: Mieres (3) Pen: G Davies (2), Humberstone Att: 6,823 LEICESTER .
Fly-half Ignacio Mieres landed three conversions with his second-half replacement Gareth Steenson kicking a penalty.
Argentine fly-half Ignacio Mieres added the extras, and the Chiefs were in total control despite their unambitious one-out game-plan.
Meanwhile, Mieres lies deep inland and is unlikely to feature on anyone's short break radar.