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Synonyms for Aragon

French writer who generalized surrealism to literature (1897-1982)


a region of northeastern Spain

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Just like Michael taxed his soldiers to subsidise the Aragonese military build-up, so we see today the Anastasiades government willing to tax society to pep up unions, including those of the nurses, teachers, civil servants and also that of the bank workers, for the mismanagement of the provident funds of its members managed by bank workers.
Moreover, if we also consider his articles on popular science in Aragonese newspapers and his contributions to conference proceedings, the number extends to at least 400 titles.
The tion was one of the mainstays of Aragonese rural life.
24) Guillerma's countenance and character appears to have been a "rumor" inserted by noted Aragonese historian Jeronimo Zurita y Castro (1512-80) in his Anales, originally published in the sixteenth century, for he describes Guillerma as "fierce and ugly, very ugly.
Campano's unsuccessful attempt to gain access to the Aragonese court in Naples is the subject of Chapter 4, and the final chapter is dedicated to his relationship with Federico da Montefeltro, whom he served in several ways beyond simply writing poetry.
One visit is never enough, not for the Phoenicians, Greeks, Arabs, Normans, Swabians, Angevins, nor the Aragonese, all of whom set foot on Italy's islands and mainland and quickly proceeded with colonial ambitions.
This involved hybrid fusions of European ritual cultures, such as Charles V's processions that combined Aragonese, Burgundian, and Neapolitan symbolism and traditions.
Waters in the Aragonese Pyrenees through the eyes of its travelers", published in 2007 on the occasion of Expo Zaragoza 2008.
Due to its strategic position, just 60 miles south of Sicily and 180 miles north of Tunisia, Malta has been trampled upon by foreign powers for centuries, initially by Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Aragonese, Spaniards and in the modern era, the French and British.
The central basin consists of two deeps: Aragonese deep (<1,850m), and Arnona deep (<1,550m); the southern basin includes the Dakar (<1,400m) and Tiran (<l,300m) deeps (Figure 1)
The book follows the activities of the exiled German anarcho-syndicalists in Barcelona from 1936 under the umbrella of the DAS (Deutsche Anarchosyndikalisten), from their participation in the militias on the Aragonese front, to their key role in anti-Nazi actions in Barcelona, through to the tensions with the republican state and with the CNT (National Confederation of Labour).
Thousands of mainly Aragonese rule period documents that he collected mostly represent the material life of ordinary Jews, because little record remains of cultural or scholarly activities.
It worked to the extent that the Aragonese lost only 1-0, a moral victory against a team who have banged in more than 100 goals this season.
A cambio, permite que la cadencia del texto tome cuerpo en las interpretaciones del elenco que integran Carolina Larenas, Ricardo Fernandez, Mario Horton y Natalia Aragonese.