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Hellín

(ĕlyēn`), town (1990 pop. 25,094), Albacete prov., SE Spain, in Castile–La Mancha. An important marketing and distribution center, it is noted for its sulfur mines, worked since Roman times. Clay and gypsum are also quarried, and footwear, chemicals, and textiles are manufactured.
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Contract notice: Regular public transport service general purpose road passenger between hellin (albacete) and seals (jaen).
It can also be found in Gil Hellin, Constitutio dogmatica De Ecclesia Lumen Gentium, Concilii Vatican II Synopsis (Vatican City: Vatican, 1995) 1027-29.
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In fact, the company name derives from the Carthaginian commander Hannibal (247 BC Carthage- Libyssa 183 BC) who established a military camp in Hellin, where exactly after 2,000 years the pipe factory would be built.
Hellin JL, Bech-Serra JJ, Moctezuma EL, Chocron S, Santin S, Madrid A, et al.
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The Aftonbladet tabloid, which published the drawing in 2007, also refrained from republishing it Wednesday, with chief editor Jan Hellin insisting "the picture has no news value today.