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infanta

formerly
1. a daughter of a king of Spain or Portugal
2. the wife of an infante

Infanta

laughs at the death of the little Dwarf who can no longer dance for her. [Br. Lit.: Oscar Wilde “The Birthday of the Infanta”]
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This contract is for the servicing of electromedical equipment that is integral to all risk types, including technical assistance, parts, consumables, accessories, auxiliary equipment, labor, travel, per diem, transportation and other expenses which may result from its implementation, the following centers: University Hospital Infanta Leonor, University Hospital Infanta SofE[degrees]a University Hospital del Henares, University Hospital Infanta Cristina, University Hospital of Southeast University Hospital del Tajo and assigned Centers Specialties, where case.
Infanta Cristina is suspected of involvement in fraudulent activities carried out by her husband Inaki Urdangain, who was accused of embezzling $7.
The distillation facility in Infanta was among three the government planned to put up in three years.
It was commissioned almost 400 years ago by the Infanta Isabel Clara Eugenia (1566-1633), the favourite child of Philip II of Spain.
The event is held under the patronage of Infanta Pilar de Borbon from November 21-30.
Baez' interpretation of Vermeer's View of Delft is severely distilled compared to the highly detailed original; at times she merely suggests the essence of the source, as in her version of Velazquez's La Infanta Maria Teresa.
He has two older siblings, Infanta Elena and Infanta Cristina.
More concretely, I will concentrate on the handful of poems inspired by paintings of royal female subjects, among them, Juana I of Castile, la Infanta Margarita, and the Queen Maria Luisa de Borbon.
Infanta Cristina, 48, is married to Inaki Urdangarin, who was accused in November 2011 of misappropriating public funds through the Instituto Noos, a nonprofit organization Urdangarin headed.
The Infanta Cristina, 48, has been linked to the business affairs of her husband, Inaki Urdangarin, who is being investigated for alleged embezzlement.
Formally known as P1, the CN235 prototype was christened Infanta Elena after the Spanish royal family member who acted as its godmother on its rollout in 1983.
The quake was also felt in Metro Manila, with Mandaluyong, Taguig and Quezon Cities under Intensity 3, along with Tarlac City, Cabanatuan, Infanta, Quezon, and Cauayan City in Isabela.