San Sebastian


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a city in northern Spain on the Bay of Biscay near the French border

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In the men's section, San Beda trounced San Sebastian, 25-19, 26-28, 26-24, 25-13, to move to solo third with a 6-2 card.
Nikka Dalisay led San Sebastian with 16 points built on 12 kills and four aces while Dangie Encarnacion and Joyce Sta.
We are excited to offer our clients our services in a new city," says Jon Warren, managing director and founder of San Sebastian Food and Mimo Sevilla.
That figure rises when factoring in two other San Sebastian sections: New Directors and Horizontes Latinos, a Latin America showcase.
DON'T MISS While San Sebastian is lovely at ground level, some of the most beautiful views of the city can be found from several hundred metres up.
Our approach at San Sebastian has been to minimize capital expenditures by using a mining contractor and renting a nearby mill, allowing Hecla to quickly generate exceptional returns in this low-price environment.
Dubai Film Connection, the co-production market of DIFF, has partnered with Cinema in Motion, its counterpart in the San Sebastian festival.
Vendor: San Sebastian municipality; Regional government of the Basque Country
Turkish director Yesim Ustaoglu had won the "Golden Shell for Best Film" award with her movie "Pandora'nin Kutusu/Pandora's Box" in last year's San Sebastian Film Festival.
Premiership strugglers Bath will be their opponents, with the tie likely to be staged again at the Anoeta in San Sebastian.
He was thrown to the ground and gored by the animal's horn in the Spanish town of San Sebastian de los Reyes.
To a geographic diversity that encompasses such disparate locales as Stockholm, San Sebastian and Los Angeles, Rafael Moneo can now add programmatic diversity.
If from hotel row on the beach San Sebastian seemed impossibly sunny, in one of the few instances in which the exhibition ventured into the heart of the city, context quickly, and somewhat jarringly, became content.
Hospital Donostia, San Sebastian, Spain; and ([dagger]) Basque Country University, San Sebastian, Spain