Badalona


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Badalona

(bä'thəlō`nə), city (1990 pop. 225,207), Barcelona prov., NE Spain, in Catalonia. It is a Mediterranean port and an important industrial suburb of Barcelona, with textile, chemical, leather, and glass manufactures.

Badalona

a port in NE Spain: an industrial suburb of Barcelona. Pop.: 214 440 (2003 est.)
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Major organization : AYUNTAMIENTO DE BADALONA (P0801500J)
The Casal dels Infants has more than 1200 volunteers who support programs in the fight against social exclusion in the Raval neighbourhood of Barcelona, and in the towns of Sant Adria del Besos, Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Badalona and Salt.
Partizan Belgrade defeated Joventut Badalona in the 1992 Final Four at Istanbul's Abdi Ipekci Arena.
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When he was a teenager, Crosas' appearance as a late sub for international ace Andres Iniesta let him finally make his first-team bow for Barca in a tie against lowly Badalona three years ago.
Sullivan returns to Newcastle having left in the summer of 2006 for Spain's ACB and a move to DKV Joventut Badalona.
Tony Culhane gave the William Haggas-trained Insaaf an enterprising ride to land the featured 1m1/2f handicap for fillies in good style, passing the post three lengths ahead of Badalona, with Nutkin, Jamie Spencer's only ride of the evening, seven lengths further adrift in third.
The champ landed his treble when James Fanshawe's Nutkin (3-1) proved too strong for favourite Badalona.
Most encouragingly of all for Eagles fans is that Everhart has said Jackson reminds him of another one of his former players in Demond Mallet, a lightning quick and deadly shooter who plays at crack Spanish outfit DKV Joventut and helped the Badalona club to European and domestic success last season.
Arenillas of the stroke unit in the department of neurology at Germans Trias i Pujol University Hospital, Badalona, Spain, and his colleagues presented data showing metabolic syndrome was associated with a higher resistance to intravenous thrombolysis in patients with acute MCA occlusions.
Antoni Sicras-Mainar of Badalona Serveis Assistencials SA, Barcelona, and his colleagues analyzed the medical records of adult patients who were followed by five primary health care centers in Catalonia, Spain (Eur.
Los casos fueron: Badalona Serveis Assistencials (BSA) y Serveis de Salut Integrats Baix Emporda (SSIBE).