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location of a colony of the United Kingdom on a limestone promontory at the southern tip of Spain

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Our whole system changed over to Series V from the much heavier Gilbraltar from Libbey," says Tony Garcia, director of marketing and beverage strategy for T.
Schneider Electric, formerly TAC: Precision Environments, 115 Gilbraltar Rd.
April 29, 21-night cruise on Black Prince, Greenock to Gilbraltar, Sicily, Bari, Venice, Malta, Malaga, Oporto, from pounds 995pp.
The TS Leopard Marine Cadet group, based in Kingsdown Avenue, proved themselves the best group in the UK after winning the Gilbraltar Cup.
Heifers with calves at foot ( Limousin, pounds 1300 East Scales, pounds 1200 Sleightholme Farm, pounds 1120, pounds 1100, pounds 1050, pounds 950, pounds 900, pounds 880 Low House Farm (James), pounds 1100, pounds 980, pounds 950 High Knipe, pounds 1050, pounds 1020 Gatesgarth Hall, pounds 1020, pounds 920 Swallowmire, pounds 1000 March Cote Farm, pounds 900 White Hill, pounds 900 Southernby Hall, pounds 880, pounds 820 Parkside Farm, pounds 880 Gilbraltar Farm, pounds 830 Flodder Hall.
David's movie credits include Bright Lights Big City, Little Man Tate, The Fisher King, Wolf, Nixon, Sleepless In Seattle, Crossing Delancey and Rocket Gilbraltar.
Ballesteros is now the European captain, and the competition is being contested in his home country in this lovely Andalucian town along the Mediterranean coast near the Rock of Gilbraltar.
A separate detachment, equipped with diamond drills, set off for Gilbraltar.
Two such products were launched in the quarter: Gilbraltar Limited, a $400 million collateralized bond obligation managed by Seneca Capital Management, and Phoenix CDO, Limited, a $244 million collateralized debt obligation, managed by the company's multi-sector fixed-income group in Hartford.
After opening the campaign in Tbilisi against Georgia on September 7, the Boys in Green face Gilbraltar and Germany in October before the Celtic derby in Glasgow.
Since the discovery two years ago of problems with his purchase of Gilbraltar National Insurance Co.
John, Hampshire It would be pointless Paul Dixon needs to calm down and realise that fighting with bookmakers over their move to Gilbraltar is pointless and counterproductive.
From the start of the Hegira in Egypt and Nubia, Leagues of African soldiers, later referred to with great respect as "Allah's Black Ravens", played an important role in the army that defeated North Africa and finally crossed the Strait of Gilbraltar to conquer spain in the 7th century.
Wooltorton trailed 18-16 as the final reached its climax but, helped by a temperament as steady as the Rock of Gilbraltar, she nudged the block off her opponent's lead with her first delivery at the next end and went on to collect the five vital points she needed without reply.