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Synonyms for Castile

a region of central Spain

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Critique: A masterpiece of meticulously researched scholarship, "Ecclesiastical Knights: The Military Orders in Castile, 1150-1330" is enhanced with the inclusion of eighty-four pages of Notes, a twenty-six page Bibliography, and a twenty-five page index.
Organic soap maker Vermont Soap is getting in on the action with new fragrance options for its Aromatherapy Air Fresheners, Castile Liquid Soaps, Foaming Fland Soaps, and Bath and Shower Gels product lines.
of the Basque Country), but in Castile, nobles, or hidalgos, approached 11%.
Mutual Friend was the third consecutive odds-on favourite to win; the other two were both ridden by Tony McCoy, who partnered King Of Castile from the Evan Williams stable to take the selling hurdle, and Astrolibra to get off the mark at the third attempt in the mares' maiden hurdle.
In pre-modern Castile, the community dictated the criteria of inclusion and exclusion, and subjectivity arose in the person as an equal among the citizenry.
Thus, for example, a ducat is worth 400 reais in Portugal and 375 maravedis in Castile; and a silver real is worth 34 maravedis in Castile and today it is worth 40 in Portugal.
and France revalue various aspects of Spain's most important mediaeval Queen Regnant, Isabel I of Castile.
Destined by birth to a life of power and influence, through his prominent family connections both in Castile and in Aragon, Albornoz became an early exponent of the kind of international life we identify with Renaissance intellectuals--not that he was known for his erudition, but rather for his administrative qualities and as a man of action.
Consider the 16th-century ruler Joan of Castile, heir to the throne of Aragon and wife to Philip the Handsome of Austria.
In Samba Brasilia (Volume 1), a pervasive dotted-quarter, dotted quarter, quarter pattern common to several Latin dances dominates the composition; Saturday Stroll (Volume 2) "swings," and In Old Castile (Volume 3) meshes right-hand triplet quarters with a left-hand habanera pattern.
The Aristocracy in Twelfth-Century Leon and Castile, by Simon Barton.
Automated Compliance Solutions (ACS), the leader in compliance risk management software-as-a-service, today announced a partnership agreement with Castile Compliance Services, an innovative financial services regulatory solutions consulting group.
Watkins, crafter of gourmet spices and extracts, personal care and home care products since 1868, has taken #throwback to a new level with the introduction of Pure Castile Soaps to its product lineup.
The facilities upgraded comprise three in the autonomous regions of the Basque Country, seven in Valencia, 15 in Castile and LeEn, four in Castile-La Mancha, nine in Navarre and seven in La Rioja.
based company say the product is a powerful Neem and Castile soap made with certified organic oils and no harsh detergents which can compromise the skin and hair.