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a native or inhabitant of Catalonia

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the Romance language spoken in Catalonia in eastern Spain (related to Spanish and Occitan)

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Catalan exports in 2014 equaled 60,194M EURO, breaking a historical record, represent 30% of Catalan GDP.
What is true is the Catalans held a special status within the Spanish kingdom.
ROUND TWO Castleford Tigers 17 Warrington Wolves 16, Huddersfield Giants 24 Catalans Dragons 12, Leeds Rhinos 25 Wigan Warriors 18, St Helens 22 Hull FC 32.
Wane (above) said: "We're still very, very sore from the loss in Catalans and that's something that will stay with us for a few years.
The Catalans opened the scoring in the 12th minute, when Dureau's neat kick to the in-goal area was touched down by Tony Gigot.
Ladbrokes Challenge Cup - quarter-final draw: Hull KR v Catalans or Featherstone*, Warrington v Leigh, Hull v Leeds, St Helens v Widnes.
But credit to Catalans - I thought they edged it and deserved to win.
This time, by rejecting the possibility of allowing Catalans to vote, even informally, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in fact fostered a superficial unity among the Catalan parties that supported the vote.
Considering the intransigence of Rajoy's government, the support of the international community for the maintenance and the recognition of this consultation is more necessary than ever for Catalans.
Catalans in Spain, the Flemish in Belgium and proponents of "Repubblica Veneta" in Italy are unlikely to "lay down their arms" any time soon.
Hundreds of thousands of Catalans were to pack the streets of Barcelona on Thursday to demand the right to vote on a split from Spain, with hopes fuelled by surging support for independence in Scotland.
Catalans 46 Broncos 4 MORGAN ESCARE'S brilliant hat-trick virtually booked Catalan Dragons' Super League play-off place.
Polls show roughly half of Catalans want independence, but as many as 80 percent want the right to vote on the matter.
Catalans link arms in a bid to create a 400km human chain in front of the Pedrera in Barcelona yesterday.