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French writer who generalized surrealism to literature (1897-1982)

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a region of northeastern Spain

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Known as a battling and talented midfielder, Aragones made his name at Atletico Madrid who he joined in 1964, although he also played for Oviedo and Betis.
These reports highlight the very real and pressing problem confronting the LGBT community in the Philippines," Aragones said.
I have kids come to me at conventions saying, 'My grandfather grew up with your work,'" said Aragones, 74, whose recent features include "A MAD Look at Lady Gaga.
Davis recalled being cajoled by Aragones into fighting a bull -- a very young one without horns, he admits -- in Spain.
Spaniard Aragones, who resigned after his Euro achievement, is today an Al Jazeera Sports TV Channel football commentator in the World Cup studio.
Club president Jose Maria del Nido told the As sports daily he had met Aragones in Cordoba and that the sides were thinking things over for a day.
Aragones was coach of Spain when he made a racist remark about former Gunners skipper Thierry Henry during a televised training session.
Aragones is still haunted by the stigma of being called a racist after insulting Thierry Henry in a sick attempt to motivate Jose Antonio Reyes during a televised training session four years ago when he was Spain manager.
The notion that tournaments are won by young, computer-literate coaches who have been illustrious players was blown out of the water by the success of Spain's old grump, Luis Aragones, who's 70 next month.
It's an amazing run and skipper Carles Puyol has no hesitation in laying the credit squarely at the feet of boss Aragones.
SPAIN can be happy that Luis Aragones was not a man of his word.
CESC Fabregas has declared himself ready if Spain coach Luis Aragones needs him for the Euro 2008 final on Sunday against Germany.
SPAIN: Luis Aragones has agreed a pre-contract with Fenerbahce to take over at the club following Euro 2008, the Turkish side have announced.
COACHLuis Aragones has played down any suggestion of tension or unrest in the Spain camp as his side prepare to face world champions Italy in the quarter-finals of Euro 2008 today.
SPAIN coach Luis Aragones was preaching postivity ahead of his side's European Championships quarter-final against Italy, even though he concedes they have probably been handed the toughest tie of the remaining teams.