La Mancha


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Mancha, La

(lä män`chä), historic region of central Spain, in historic New Castile, comprising Ciudad Real prov. and part of the provinces of Toledo, Albacete, and Cuenca. This high, barren plateau, dotted with windmills, was made famous as the scene of most of the adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha in the novel by Cervantes.

La Mancha

a plateau of central Spain, between the mountains of Toledo and the hills of Cuenca: traditionally associated with episodes in Don Quixote. Average height: 600 m (2000 ft.)
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Para 1969 repitio la formula en El hombre de La Mancha, otro canonazo musical con Claudio Brook como don Quijote/Cervantes y la mezzo espanola Nati Mistral de Aldonza/Dulcinea en los papeles principales.
La Mancha, escenografia de un paisaje literario (Garcia Marchante y Fernandez Fernandez, 2000), compartida por cuatro provincias, carece de proteccion paisajistica en un sentido integral como tambien le ocurre a la Alcarria.
In a village of La Mancha, the name of which I have no desire to call to mind, there lived not long since one of those gentlemen that keep a lance in the lance-rack, an old buckler, a lean hack, and a greyhound for coursing.
When announcing the agreement with Weather II Investments in July, La Mancha's president and CEO Dominique Delorme said the deal provided a significant premium to all shareholders and would allow La Mancha to continue developing its projects with partners in Sudan, Cote d'Ivoire and Australia.
Quijote de la Mancha, al describir las maravillas de la cueva de Montesinos es citado este artifice por las siguientes frases: "Debia de ser dijo a este punto Sancho el tal punal de Ramon de Hoces el Sevillano.
After the show's run, a member of WCLOC, perhaps mindful of the upcoming production of "Man of La Mancha," asked Pierro if she could sing.
MAN FROM LA MANCHA On a bright and sunny morning From La Mancha I set sail With my trusty steed Roginante In a ship they called the whale We travelled far across the sea To a land of the monstrous beast Three dead arms that's supposed turn Facing North or South or East I hailed a passing stranger What's this?
But Man of La Mancha hits the high notes just as well as The Sound of Music or West Side Story.
Habran de recorrer la Mancha urbana del Distrito Federal, enfrentarse a los inconvenientes del azaroso estres urbano.
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8 MW turbines from Spanish wind farm developer Energias Alternativas de Castilla La Mancha SL.
El libro se imprimio en la casa del impresor Juan de la Cuesta a fines de 1604 y la primera edicion estuvo colmada de erratas causadas por la celeridad que imponia el contrato con el autor, quien solo publico la continuacion de la novela hasta 1615, en un tomo titulado El ingenioso caballero don Quijote de La Mancha.