Calpe


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location of a colony of the United Kingdom on a limestone promontory at the southern tip of Spain

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"Livestock product markets have their own dynamics: in the case of meat, beef in particular, many exporting countries are in a herd rebuilding phase, which is limiting availability for exports and sustaining prices," Calpe said.
A government statement said the three, aged between 73 and 78, had contracted the disease at a hotel in the eastern town of Calpe.
Googling a runner Mons Calpe 6.20 Epsom This five-year-old by Rock Of Gibraltar is well named as Calpe is what the ancient Greeks called the Rock.
And we are starting the year with very low stocks, which [are] the reserves you can rely upon when you face bad crops," said Concepcion Calpe, a senior economist at FAO, the Voice of America reported.
Rice inventories held by the world's five biggest exporters will likely decline next year, tightening supply, Concepcion Calpe, senior economist at the Food and Agriculture Organisation said yesterday.
El jefe de la censura, Juan Beneyto, en una nota interna, comunica lo siguiente a los censores: "Esta obra va a editarse en la Argentina y ha sido presentada por la Casa Espasa Calpe a fin de que se censure de forma que no haya obstaculos en el momento de la importacion".
With: Aina Calpe Serrats, Alejandro Cant, Blanca Apilanez, Ferran Madico, Sergi Ruiz.
Tommy, 40, said: "We hadn't really thought about buying our own place until we visited our friends in Calpe, near Alicante.