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Saragossa,

Spain: see ZaragozaZaragoza
or Saragossa
, city (1990 pop. 592,686), capital of Zaragoza prov. and leading city of Aragón, NE Spain, on the Ebro River. An important commercial and communications center, it is situated in a fertile, irrigated agricultural region.
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Tess Knighton's study of an anonymous early sixteenth-century Requiem mass from Saragossa reveals commonalities with the only two other surviving contemporary Requiem settings, by Pedro de Escobar and Garcia de Basurto, but enough differences to resist ascribing the work to either composer.
Her unit was waiting for its lorry convoy of five vehicles to arrive and then they would be moving to either the Saragossa or the Madrid front.
Leon, (1799), Charles Maturin's Melmoth the Wanderer (1820), Potocki's The Saragossa Manuscript and Edgar Allan Poe's "The Pit and the Pendulum," (1842).
In Spain, serotype CVB1 was detected in A Coruna, and both CVB1 and CVB2 were detected in Saragossa.
The Chairman of the Saragossa based center commended the enshrining in the constitution of political, social, economic and cultural rights of the Moroccans living abroad as well as the Council for the Moroccans living abroad.
Social protest verse stretches all the way from Ibn Gabirol's On Leaving Saragossa to Gordon's feminist tour de force Kotzo shel Yud (1878).
The Aventador inherited its name from the courageous bull that entered into the Saragossa Arena battle in 1993 and won the "Trofeo de la Pena la Madronera" for its fearlessness.
Hay dos articulos que examinan la recepcion, especialmente en el cine, de la famosa defensora de Zaragoza Augustina Saragossa Domenech, mientras otros articulos tratan los casos de mujeres no tan recordadas hoy como Maria Bellido (Bailen), Manuela Malasana (Madrid) y Maria Garcia (Ronda).
According to reports, the car which takes the mantle from the super car Murcielago, the Aventador takes its name from a certain brave bull which won the 'Trofeo de la Pena La Modronera' after fighting a humanoid at the Saragossa Arena in 1993.
Address: Departament de Llengues^d'Ensenyament, Centre Superior Alberta Gimenez (CESAG), C/ Costa de Saragossa, 16, 07013 Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
The diversification of the local economy of Saragossa through the biggest presence of the advanced services and new technologies sector is essential to create skilled jobs and to increase productivity in an environment which is more and more competitive and global.
If, in despite of different tendencies, this, or these letters have a Joan d'Arc, or a Maid of Saragossa atmosphere about them, it is hoped that it will be overlooked.