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Estoril

a resort in W Portugal, near Lisbon, on the Atlantic Ocean: noted esp for a famous avenue of palm trees leading to the seafront. Pop.: 24 850 (1991)
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7th International Congress on Pediatric Laboratory Medicine, Estoril, Portugal, September 30-October 4, 1998.
Danish Formula One driver Jan Magnussen was taken to hospital yesterday after his Stewart Ford car spun off the track and slammed into the barriers during tests in Estoril, Portugal.
Jacques Villeneuve of Canada edged Michael Schumacher of Germany for the fastest time during the third day of Formula One tests in Estoril, Portugal.
For several summers the Holmeses conducted a summer school in Estoril, Portugal, geared to giving advanced students performing opportunities with such international artists as Elisabetta Terabust, Paolo Bortoluzzi, Denys Ganio, and Woytec Lowski.
The grant recipient will be announced at AGILE's eighth annual Conference on GIScience, May 26-28, 2005, in Estoril, Portugal.
Eloise tumbled off her bike halfway through the second stage of the International Triathlon Union race in Estoril, Portugal, in April - in which Bridgend's Commonwealth Games triathlete Helen Tucker finished second - and at first thought her injury was not too serious.
ATHLETICS: Double Olympic champion Kelly Holmes is favourite to be crowned Laureus world sportswoman of the year in Estoril, Portugal, today.
It was presented by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators at a ceremony in Estoril, Portugal, last night.
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In preparation for next season, a hard winter test and development programme for the MG Lola EX257s began in earnest at Estoril, Portugal last week with a tyre test programme in conjunction with Michelin.
Alex Corretja beat fellow-Spaniard Javier Sanchez 6-3, 6-1 to reach the pounds 400,000 Estoril Open final at Estoril, Portugal.
Damon Hill, with a shot at clinching the Formula One championship, edged Williams Renault teammate Jacques Villeneuve for the pole position in the Portuguese Grand Prix in Estoril, Portugal.