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a city in northwestern Spain near the Cantabrian Mountains

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Major organization : SERVICIO PBLICO DE EMPLEO DEL PRINCIPADO DE ASTURIAS (Q3300314F)
A sus 22 anos, Asturias aprendio una leccion de latinoamericanismo.
Los Premios Princesa de Asturias se entregan el 23 de octubre en Oviedo, y es la primera vez que tienen esa denominacion.
28 July 2015 - UK-based telecommunications company Zegona Communications Plc has reached agreement with global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) and Liberbank to acquire Spanish telecommunications operator Telecable de Asturias S.
Down on the Plaza Principe de Asturias, beton brut is little modified: very tough, but a not uncivilized contribution to the new square.
The Concord award is one of eight Prince of Asturias awards bestowed annually.
We thank Tomas Jelinek and Gaby Peyerl for their expert technical assistance and all the staff members at the laboratories of Hospital Principe de Asturias and the Laboratorio de Referencia de Malaria of ISCIII for processing the specimens.
Assuming the Light: The Parisian Literary Apprenticeship of Miguel Angel Asturias.
Housing issues in the community is always a concern to residents,'' said Mark Asturias, city housing manager.
Uno de los reclamos de la familia del Premio Nobel de Literatura 1967, Miguel Angel Asturias --en el momento en que se celebra el centenario del natalicio del autor de Hombres de maiz-- consiste en lograr la repatriacion de los restos del escritor a su natal Guatemala.
In 1923, after receiving his degree in law from the University of San Carlos of Guatemala, Asturias settled in Paris, where he studied ethnology at the Sorbonne and became a militant Surrealist under the influence of the French poet and literary theorist Andre Breton.
Asturias spent much of his life in exile because of his public opposition to dictatorial rule.
Rio Narcea" or the "Company")(TSX:RNG)(AMEX:RNO) announces that, after a thorough performance review of its El Valle/Carles underground gold operations located in the Province of Asturias in northern Spain, the Board of Directors of Rio Narcea has taken the decision to commence the closure of these operations.
Lovely (not her real name) of Batad town told the police that she hit the head of Rizalino Asturias after he had raped her.
De entre todas las novelas de Miguel Angel Asturias (1899-1974), Hombres de maiz (1949) es quiza la mas vituperada y mal comprendida, ya que, dada su complejidad estructural, su riqueza de elementos, su carencia de concesiones y su vision magica y onirica aunada a la denuncia social, muchos lectores piensan que se trata de una obra mal lograda o fallida.