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Tudela

(to͞othā`lä), town (1990 pop. 27,063), Navarre prov., N Spain, in Navarra, on the Ebro River. The surrounding fertile region produces vegetables, fruit, grapes, and olives. There are sugar refineries and varied manufactures. Tudela flourished under the Moors and was later the second city of the kingdom of Navarre and a notable fortress. In a battle nearby, also called the battle of the Ebro, the French won a major victory (1808) in the Peninsular War. There is a fine 12th-century cathedral. The Ebro is crossed at Tudela by an old Roman bridge.
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I would I knew what the Rabbi Jacob Ben Tudela would opine on it,'' replied Isaac; ``nevertheless, the good youth must not bleed to death.
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8 percentage points, said Merxe Tudela, a Moody's Vice President.
Clockwise from left: Kolding vase, Vida table lamp, Carlet blanket (100% mohair pile), Uyuni blanket (100% cashmere), Tudela blanket (100% mohair pile), Ribolla blanket (100% cashmere), Foligno blanket (100% cashmere), Tudela blanket (100% mohair pile), Teesta rug (100% wool).
The Lancers also got big wins from Dakota Lutje, who pinned James Cook in 3:25 at 113 pounds; Cade Ezell, who pinned Connor Kelly in 35 seconds at 120; Jake Ayers, who earned a major decision over Logan Humphrey, ranked fourth in Class 4A at 126; Justin Kearney, who led Kuloly Tudela 3-1 at 170; Wyatt Brink, who beat Hayes Vandehey 4-3 at 195; and Gabe Blough, who beat Cade Vandehey at 138, 4-0.
Today, there are several places in Spain where this image is venerated: Orduna, La Puebla de Gordon, Tudela, and Abla, among others.
The authors, Lucio Vinhas de Souza and Merxe Tudela, both from Moody's Investors Service, document the extent of the financial markets re-segmentation with the crisis, using different quantitative measures.
com)-- Located on Tudela Court, this Las Vegas home is selling for $349,000.
argues that his birthplace was Tudela, in Navarra, a refuge for persecuted Aragonese Jews.
Benjamin of Tudela, the great Jewish traveler of the Middle Ages, who passed through Narbonne on his way to the Orient in the 12th century, described Narbonne as "mistress of Hebraic law," with Jews there of "the race of David" who possess "great goods" under the protection of the princes of the country.
IAG on Sunday accepted proposals from Gregorio Tudela, a university professor brought in to broker a deal, to shed 3,141 jobs instead of the 3,807 it planned and to soften pay cuts.