Ebro


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  • noun

Synonyms for Ebro

a river in northeastern Spain

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About Ebro Foods Ebro Foods is the leading Group in the Spanish food sector in terms of turnover, profit, market capitalisation and international presence.
Excursion to Montserrat and Sitges; excursion to the Ebro Delta and Gaudi's Reus; full day excursion to Roman Tarragona; entrance fees to the Ebro Ecomuseum, the Reus Gaudi Centre and the Tarragona Archaeology Museum ?
Host Peter Rosenberg confirmed on the station's morning show on Monday: "Jay-Z emailed Ebro over the weekend and told him the pregnancy rumour is false.
Former rallycross champion Wilcox has been to the Ebro several times and also fishes carp matches in this country.
Edwards held key senior leadership roles at Ebro North America and in the MillerCoors chain organization.
Groundworker Chris hooked the dream specimen in the River Ebro, near Barcelona, during a fishing trip with pals.
Known as the gateway to Iberia, its strategic position on the mouth of the River Ebro explains why it has been an important centre since Roman times.
uk, 01293 865 000) will be running a trip to the Spanish Civil War between May 14-21 next year, visiting Madrid, Guadalajara, Jamara, the Ebro and Barcelona with its Sagrada Familia Vasilica.
This study reports on a restoration project on a section of Spain's Ebro River that includes the Galachos National Reserve, where natural riparian habitats can still be found.
2 February 2010 - A few days after being rumoured to be interested in Ebro Puleva's dairy activities, France's Lactalis has been linked this time to the acquisition of the cheese activities of Forlasa in Spain.
ADPnews) - Jan 14, 2010 - Belgian automatic identification, data capture and mobility solutions company Zetes (EBR:ZTS) said it completed the pilot phase of a dispatch control project at Spanish sugar refinery Azucarera Ebro Guadalete.
ebro Electronic introduces the TDC 200, a new penetration thermometer for the food industry, that has extensive functionality, top quality, and a low price.
The Ebro offensive in the summer of 1938 was a last-ditch attempt to reverse what now appeared to be an inevitable nationalist victory.
The Spanish government said yesterday it would divert up to 13bn gallons of water from the River Ebro through an existing series of pipelines, then through an extension that will now be built, to Barcelona, costing around pounds 150m.
Kraft Foods has agreed to sell its Minute Rice Brand and assets to Ebro Puleva, S.