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a fine leather originally made in Cordoba, Spain

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CTC management came up with the idea in November 2013 to offer a chance for Cordovans to get back into the true holiday spirit," said David Allison, board president of CTC and CUUC.
There was a revolt of about a quarter of the Cordovans against Amir al-Hakam (180-206 A.
But if Cordovans can protect their salmon, then maybe other communities will take a new look at their own dying waterways.
Gray sharkskin suit, red silk tie, white cotton shirt, gray silk socks, and black cordovans.
In the March Epidemiology, Hopenhayn-Rich's team reports finding among Cordovans in rural areas a bladder cancer rate roughly double Argentina's average.