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a native or inhabitant of Iberia in the Caucasus

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a native or inhabitant of the Iberian Peninsula (especially in ancient times)

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Consequently, philosophical thought in the Iberian peninsula became subject to political influence and functioned in many instances as a tool of the Spanish government.
The INL is the first laboratory in Europe dedicated to nanotechnology and the first international research organization in any scientific area in the Iberian Peninsula.
Don Weatherbee, CFO of Iberian stated that we are pleased with the results of the spinout transaction as it allows for the HM X-Leach technology to be developed in an efficient manner while allowing Iberian investors to retain a significant portion of the upside potential.
At closing, Coca-Cola Iberian Partners and The Coca-Cola Co.
Two papers report on new finds of Iberian crocodylomorphs.
In addition to the VIP Packages, Iberian Traveler's Sanfermin Tours offers Basic and Standard Packages from the 5th through the 14th of July, with a two-night minimum stay required for all packages.
Iberian ham is a specialty product from Spain or Portugal which uses only purebred (or 50 percent) Iberian pigs that are native to the region (the Iberian Peninsula).
In 14 essays from a 2014 conference in Dublin, Ireland, literary scholars, historians, and bibliographers explore the changing world of writing, book selling, and reading in the Iberian Peninsula during the first half of the 17th century.
Sonae and JD Sprinter have a deep knowledge of sports retail in Portugal and Spain and both will play a key role in the future strategic and operational management of the Iberian Group.
undulata, distinctive taxon of the north-African margin and, especially, the first record in the Iberian Peninsula of thecideid marker beds prior to the ETMEE.
s The move comes as the slightly smaller Iberian lynx has been saved from extinction after being reintroduced in Spain and Portugal.
To the Editor: In this investigation, we found evidence for the apparent effects that a new variant of the rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) is having on native wild European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) populations on the Iberian Peninsula, and how this virus could threaten the conservation of endangered predators.
com)-- Working directly with individuals, small groups and travel agents from around the world, Iberian Traveler's Sanfermin Tours offers exclusive packages for their clients, including a special VIP Package for the opening days of the fiesta at selected 4-star hotels in the city center and old quarter, a Pintxos and Fireworks Program at the Baluarte Performing Arts Center beginning the night of 6th, and tickets to the bullfights in Plaza de Toros from the 6th through the 14th of July.
The first recorded slaveholders on the Iberian Peninsula, the Romans and the Visigoths, shared the view that those who were part of the dominant group should not be enslaved.
The definition of the Atlantic world is expanded here to include regions such as Portuguese Goa in Africa and South America's Pacific Coast that, while not geographically situated in the Atlantic world, experienced the effects of transatlantic Iberian expansion.