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Teruel

(tĕrwĕl`), town (1990. pop. 28,488), capital of Teruel prov., E central Spain, in Aragón, at the confluence of the Guadalaviar and Alfambra rivers. The city is an agricultural trade center; the province has iron and coal mines and sulfur, zinc, and manganese deposits. Tourism has become important. The center of bitter fighting in the Spanish civil war of 1936–39, it was largely destroyed, but has been rebuilt. There are a Renaissance cathedral, a Gothic church, and an imposing two-storied aqueduct (16th cent.). The "lovers of Teruel" (13th cent.) are buried in the San Pedro cloisters.

Teruel

a city in E central Spain: 15th-century cathedral; scene of fierce fighting during the Spanish Civil War. Pop.: 32 304 (2003 est.)
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La Diputacion Provincial y la Junta de Instruccion Primaria de Teruel entendieron adecuadamente el sentido de la politica educativa general y la necesidad de que se pusieran los medios adecuados para elevar el nivel instructivo, como bien lo prueba la comunicacion que el 23 de enero de 1842 se dirigia al secretario de Estado de Gobernacion a proposito de la creacion en aquella provincia de una escuela de adultos, de la que por carencia de recursos se hacian cargo, con un sentido filantropico y patriotico, varios funcionarios del gobierno politico que se habian comprometido a desarrollar las clases e incluso alguno de ellos a proporcionar el material necesario (9).
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Volume III consists of an illuminating introductory study by Carmen Valcarcel, the short novel El libro de la fiebre, written in 1949, Martin Gaite's Cuentos completos, Dos cuentos maravillosos, an appendix of additional stories, published and unpublished poetry, the plays La hermana pequena and A palo seco, as well as a preliminary note by Teruel and 24 pages of publication details.
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Por su parte, Ledesma Rubio inicia una serie de trabajos y estudios que le posibilitan ser reconocida como la mejor conocedora del mudejarismo aragones; ademas, ha sentado las bases sobre el estudio de este grupo social en ambitos academicos aragoneses y ha participado activamente en los Simposios Internacionales celebrados en Teruel (20).
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Javier Teruel, who was previously an executive vice president at Colgate, has been appointed vice chairman and will be assuming responsibility for worldwide strategy.
Javier Teruel was promoted to vice chairman and will review and sharpen worldwide strategy, build on successful disciplines and practices and run a committee of division presidents and senior executives for company plans.
In cafes, in the house of friends, they come back, in a kind of faded sorrow, Teruel, Jarama, Madrid, Irun, Somosierra, Valencia, and later, Perpignan, Algiers, Dakar, Marseilles.
Consta que en Los amantes de Teruel (1837) Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch (1806-1880) refunde un tema tradicional de las letras hispanas que originalmente esta basado en un incidente historico que tuvo lugar en el reino de Aragon durante la primera parte del siglo XIII.