Torrox


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Torrox

[′tȯr‚äks]
(geology)
A suborder of the soil order Oxisol that is low in organic matter, well drained, and dry most of the year; believed to have been formed under rainier climates of past eras.
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MoneySavingExpert reports that in Torrox, at the eastern end of the Costa del Sol, tourists who left out towels to reserve the best spot on a busy beach risked having their towels confiscated by the beach patrol and paying a [pounds sterling]21 'release' fee.
Mr Lewis reports that in Torrox, at the eastern end of the Costa del Sol, tourists who left out towels to reserve the best spot on a busy beach risked having their towels confiscated by the beach patrol and paying a [pounds sterling]21 'release' fee.
Contract notice: cleaning service of the surface waters of the coastal coast of the municipalities of vlez-mlaga, algarrobo, torrox and nerja, season 2019
FED UP Stewart, left, used Britannia to help move to Torrox, near Malaga, above
Sin embargo, en los Altos de Arica, el acto de vestir la cruz con retama se asemejo a las tradiciones de las comunidades andaluzas donde, de manera identica, sus mayordomos visten y adornan las cruces con flores de retama, tal como sucede en los pueblos de Alhama, Canete de las Torres, Dolar, Torrox y Lebrija (Jimenez, 2007).
Over a hundred of them met at Torrox, near Malaga, representing fifteen countries.
He spent his evenings at local pubs, the El Pino restaurant and the Los Amigos bar in Torrox, where he played at weekly jam nights.
He worked for an estate agency in Torrox Park, near the Costa del Sol resort of Nerja.
Mas aun, tras las conversiones todavia se conceden escribanias en arabe, como la otorgada a Alonso Serrano el Algasyl, vecino de Torrox, que recibe su nombramiento el 24 de abril de 1501, con competencia para todo el obispado de Malaga (88).