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alcazar

A Moorish or Spanish fortress or castle.
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I am confident that our unique operational expertise and our successful investment track record will allow us to continue creating value for our investors and shareholders," said Charbel Abou-Jaoude, CEO of Alcazar Capital.
Up on the Gothic structure you can see the incredible stonework, the bell tower, and look across at the Alcazar.
Maroun Semaan, Alcazar Energy Co-founder and Chairman, said: "MENA's solar potential alone is massive.
Al menos desde 1541 es factible hablar, como senala Gerard, de la existencia de un proyecto de portada por parte de Alonso de Covarrubias para la parte sur del Alcazar (12), lo que implicaba, como se ha dicho, proporcionar una coherencia formal, regularizar el por entonces descampado del Campo del Rey; idea completada anos despues, tanto por la disposicion de las caballerizas reales en el extremo sur de este espacio, como tambien por la apertura y alineacion de la mencionada calle que bajaba desde la iglesia de San Juan hasta el Alcazar.
Catedratico e investigador en el Departamento de Historia Contemporanea de su universidad, Del Alcazar es un reconocido especialista en la historia reciente de America Latina y un buen conocedor del proceso politico chileno de la ultimas decadas.
Morrison first produced a prodigious feat to bring Alcazar, who started out with John Dunlop, back to win on his first outing for the stable after an absence of nearly three years - more than 1,000 days.
Lovely as the Alcazar was, it was time to move on the few yards to Seville's mighty cathedral, the third biggest in the world and featuring the soaring 344ft Giralda tower (www.
Termosolar Alcazar, a joint venture between SolarReserve and Preneal, has received a contract from the Spanish government for the venture's 50 megawatt (MW) solar thermal plant to be built in Alcazar de San Juan.
Chief executive officer, Drew Alcazar, had a vision of staging an exclusive, boutique-style auction that remains the only one of its kind.
The other two plays are Peele's The Battle of Alcazar (1588-89) and Dekker's Fust's Dominion (1599-1600).
Estela Alcazar, Guitron's niece, co-owns the restaurant with her uncle and her husband, Hector, and said she is confident about the new restaurant despite the down economy.
market, though fans of Damian Alcazar, arguably Mexico's most interesting and versatile movie star, is let down by his brief appearance.