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alcazar

A Moorish or Spanish fortress or castle.
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Maroun Semaan, Alcazar Energy Co-founder and Chairman, said: "MENA's solar potential alone is massive.
Alcazar is well connected to the world of orthodontics and its many caring doctors.
Nobody is going to give you nothing,'' Alcazar said.
Alcazar could now go for the Prix du Cadran, but his plans will depend on the programme selected for Westerner.
Alcazar is a former, marginally successful professional fighter from Mexico who worked in a factory with De La Hoya's father, Joel De La Hoya Sr.
As good as ever this season at the age of ten, Alcazar returns to his best distance of two miles and is expected to improve on his pleasing effort when fourth in the Yorkshire Cup.
Alcazar is begging De La Hoya to keep his distance against Felix Trinidad, a more dangerous puncher than either Chavez or Quartey.
Game of Thrones" Season 5 filming is currently underway in Spain with actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as one of the cast members present in the location which is the 15th century Alcazar palace.
Set in Vancouver in March 1913, the premiere takes place in EastVancouver's recently renovated York Theatre, which, ironically, opened (as the Alcazar Theatre) in November 1913 with a comedy, Too Much Johnson.
Apart from his July Cup winners Sakhee's Secret and Pastoral Pursuits, the best-known Flat horse Morrison trained was that fine stayer Alcazar, who just kept coming back for more, even though he had all sorts of problems.
It's possibly at its most powerful in the leafy arbours of the fabulous Real Alcazar, a Moorish fort converted in to a royal palace and one of the highlights of this sizzling (and I do mean sizzling, it can hit 45C in summer) city.
Armelito Alcazar, head of the 25-man Seabees in charge of the project, told the Philippine Star.