Ebro


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Synonyms for Ebro

a river in northeastern Spain

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subsidiary has signed a contract to acquire 100% of the share capital of Spanish electricity distributor Electrica del Ebro for EUR 24.
Surrounded by ancient walls, La Suda Castle towers above the old quarter and is a fine viewpoint over the town, the nearby mountains and the Ebro Valley.
Simon and his godfather, Richard Cornes, put in 18-hour stints from 6am until midnight along the Segre, a tributary of the Ebro.
22 February 2010 - Spanish food group Ebro Puleva (MCE:EVA) has authorised US investment bank JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) to seek a buyer for its dairy division, Europa Press reported Friday, citing unnamed sources.
London, July 16 (ANI): An 11-year-old English schoolgirl has broken the record for the biggest freshwater fish caught by a child in Europe by hooking a nearly 9ft long catfish, more than twice the size of her, during a trip to Spain's River Ebro.
Identification of the Early Permian (Autunian) in the subsurface of the Ebro Basin, NE Spain, and its paleogeographic consequences
His guide, Richard Davies, from Ebro Angling Tours, said it took them nearly half-an-hour and more than 100 yards of line to land the fish, which measured more than 8ft long.
Old Colwyn mum-of-two Linda Edney was fishing on the River Ebro near Barcelona when she caught the white whopper.
I'VE just returned from a memorable long weekend on Spain's River Ebro on the hunt for the venue's sought-after big catfish.
The ebro brand WINLOG 2000[TM] software is FDA 21 CFR part 11 compliant with a four-digit liquid crystal display and an RS 232C interface in the rear for programming and data readout.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-12 June 2003-Securitas grows in Spain, acquires Ebro Vigilancia & Seguridad SA(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
She is joining protesters at the Ebro River delta, midway between Barcelona and Valencia on the Mediterranean coast.
In more encouraging news, Spanish food group Ebro Puleva benefited from lower commodity prices to report a jump in earnings for the first half of 2009.
Contract notice: annual management of the security of the state-owned dams of the ebro hydrographic confederation; hydrological year 2017-2018