Andalusia

(redirected from Andalusian)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Andalusia

a region in southern Spain on the Atlantic and the Mediterranean

References in periodicals archive ?
provision of hospital health care services, Of a complementary nature to that provided in our own centers, To users of the andalusian health service, For the provision of health care in approved hospital centers; Decree 165/1995, Of july 4 (cca.
Capturing Kadim's drive around the Andalusian mountains in an Italian Racing Red Jaguar FType S Convertible, the music video is the product of Platinum Records' collaboration with official automobile partner and premium automotive manufacturer Jaguar MENA.
3 (BNA): The one month long Bahrain Summer Festival themed (Bahrain Your Destination) is concluding tomorrow with a wonderful artistic voyage that transports audience into the heart of Andalusian Spain led by the inimitable singer and choreographer Luis de la Carrasca and his ensemble "Flamenco Vivo".
The 900,600-sq-m residential project will feature four-bedroom villas designed according to Mediterranean, modern, Andalusian and Islamic designs, said Dr Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure Development, and chairman of Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme, after signing the agreement with Ahmed Moussa, general manager of Dubco Construction.
One of the most popular events held yearly in the Andalusian capital of Seville, Spain, the fair generally happens in April for six days.
In a contribution to the growing scholarly interest in Andalusian music, Davila presents an edition and translation of one of the 11 great anthologies that comprise the Moroccan Andalusian music tradition.
The Andalusian school of arts has many Malouf elite musicians, locally known as Shuyoukh, or Sheikhs, who have been keen on preserving the Andalusian art and teach it to young generations through professional schools.
Built in the Andalusian style, it has a capacity of 427 persons.
Andalusian Arabs and Africans from Mali were among the first travelers to discover the Americas, some 180 years before Columbus arrived there, according to a new documentary film.
The Ahmed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Mosque in Zakher is expected to be a major landmark of the city and has been constructed in both Moroccan and Andalusian styles.
As Corriente notes in his preface, one special interest of Andalusian Arabic is that it is the earliest corpus of non-Classical Arabic concentrated in one dialectal area.
In a seemingly symbolic nod to the rising eminence of Andalusian gastronomy, the gala event to announce the 2015 Michelin Guide for Spain was held in the Andalusian port city of Marbella this year.
The Damascene troupe Tahlila held a concert at the Damascus Opera House on Sunday evening, performing a variety of Andalusian and heritage pieces, in addition to sophist chants and performances of Mawlawiyya.
Al Kawas was joined by Saudi singer Abdul Rahman Mohammad, and the Arab Andalusian Ensemble and Vocalists.
It will convert two percent to four percent of an Andalusian patron's purchases into Horseplay privileges points that may be used for the spa, the gym, food, drinks or accommodations within the service segments of Andalusian Resorts and Spas.