aguilla

aguilla

An obelisk, or the spire of a church tower.
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The castle was built in about 1500 by Maurice Bacach Fitzgerald, Earl of Desmond, and was used as an arsenal by Don Juan Aguilla during the 100-day Spanish occupation of the town in 1601.
Field validation of annular growth rings in the American eel, Aguilla rostrata, using tetracycline-marked otoliths.
The shortlist of 25 British nominated sites, of which three - Aguilla, Fountain Cavern, West Indies; the town of St George, Bermuda; and Gibraltar Fortress, Gibraltar - are overseas, is the result of a massive consultation exercise between more than 500 authorities and individuals.
Glendale 12, Eagle Rock 2: Art Cordova and Chris Alcarez both homered, Eric Brandt had three hits and three RBI and Bryan Aguilla struck out seven in a complete-game two-hitter for the host Dynamiters (2-0).