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Ávila

(ä`vēlä), town (1990 pop. 46,992), capital of Ávila prov., central Spain, on the upper Adaja River. It attracts many tourists. One of the great religious centers of Spain, Ávila has preserved much medieval architecture. Up against its turreted wall (built 11th cent.) is the imposing Cathedral of San Salvador. The Basilica of San Vicente is one of the finest Romanesque buildings in Spain.
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"These processes must happen before the Amnesty Law is passed as they will help to reveal the truth, assign blame, and establish reconciliation, pardoning and retribution," Avila said.
El 7 de octubre de 2012 el papa Benedicto XVI inscribio en el selecto catalogo de los doctores de la Iglesia Universal a san Juan de Avila, a quien acompanaba santa Hildegarda de Bingen.
'Subsequently, respondent Avila, without any appointment and through the consent and acquiescence of respondents Guerrero and Ramiro, began performing the official functions of the Chief of RMO, which is under the office of the Deputy Commissioner of the Intelligence Group,' the complainant said.
As a Navy aviation maintenance administrationman, Avila is responsible for dealing with all the paperwork to do maintenance on the aircraft and helicopters and making sure that everything is up to date as far as maintenance so they can fly and complete the mission.
In a resolution, the SC granted Avila's plea for a status quo ante order (SQAO) that, in effect, lifted, in the meantime, the ruling of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) which disqualified him as a candidate.
Clara Bedico as she was talking to her alleged handler, Alvin Avila, in a fastfood restaurant near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) after she was offloaded from her flight on March 28.
For Pablo Avila, working in higher education wasn't something that he thought he'd ever be doing professionally.