Cartagena


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a port in southeastern Spain on the Mediterranean

a port city in northwestern Colombia on the Caribbean

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The PEI produced at Cartagena will be in base form for compounding by SABIC at Cartagena and other plants globally with colorants, reinforcements, etc, or through SABIC's LNP specialty compounds business into compounds with attributes such as inherent electrostatic dissipative performance, lubricity and thermal conductivity.
During the last 10 days of Lent at noon every day, the old cobbled streets of Cartagena come alive with the flamboyant and deeply religious scenes of Easter as thousands of volunteers from religious groups join various processions.
Cartagena Calderon en cuestionar el gran espectaculo de la masculinidad.
He founded the Cartagena fest in 1960 and presided over it for the past 48 years.
En la Tesis de Licenciatura de Victor Forero, presentada en el ano 2004 en la Pontificia Universidad de la Santa Cruz de Roma, y que trata sobre el Primer Concilio de Cartagena, se asegura (en la pagina 98) (1) que Brioschi fue consagrado obispo el 8 de mayo de 1899, cuando en realidad recibio la ordenacion episcopal un ano antes.
"With Cartagena being one of the most popular destinations in the country, we are proud to announce the opening of Conrad Cartagena as the newest addition to our luxury portfolio in the region," said Tom Potter, senior vice president, operations, Latin America and the Caribbean, Hilton.
Cartagena played for Holy Rosary College representing the school in the Southern Tagalog Calabarzon Athletic Association (STCAA).
Airport Strategy and Marketing (ASM) has worked with Cartagena, Colombia to secure its only direct route to Europe, the company said.
Pedro Romero, the Artisan: Work, Race and Social Differentiation in Cartagena de Indias towards the End of Colonial Rule
Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) has supported the award-winning project "El Batel" state-of-the-art building in Cartagena, Spain, through the development of a polycarbonate material with special luminescent pigments branded Sabic Lexan.
UK-based investment bank Bryan, Garnier and Co has merged with German technology advisory boutique Cartagena Capital GmbH, the company said.