Jerez de la Frontera

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Synonyms for Jerez de la Frontera

a city in southwestern Spain that is famous for making sherry

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Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad crowned the winners of the Stables races category, with Raed Mahmood claiming first place riding his horse Xeres De Saulvons in a total time of 03:53:23 hours.
Sherry" is the Englishing of Xeres, the town in mainland Spain where the wine was made.
Mas adelante, en la misma carta, Francisco de Ajofrin comenta que los capuchinos que estaban en Mexico antes de su llegada--mencionando a los padres espanoles Lorenzo de Velez (muerto) y Jeronimo de Xeres (regresado a Espana) y el fray italiano, Lorenzo da Mentone--se habian comportado de la misma manera o peor.
Una descripcion de otras propuestas se puede consultar en: XERES, S.
4 1/2 teaspoons olive oil 1/2ounce superfine sugar 4 Roma tomatoes, halved Tomato water, from above 3/4 teaspoon Xeres vinegar Fleur de set and freshly ground black pepper to taste
Voelte said: "We are banking on the accomplishment of both the Martin and the Xeres forecasts to provide us the guarantee to order long-lead items in the middle of this year.
1800: "compusolo fray Johan Garcia de Castro Xeres, de la orden de Freyres menores, confesor de la reyna de Castilla ".
I was tempted to childishly refuse him a sample of my main course: a roasted veal loin that was flavored with dates, tomato jam, Persian flavored risotto and Xeres sauce (LE 170), which I asked to be cooked to whatever Chef would like to best present it.
The tasting of local pork on the other hand, alongside cauliflower cheese puree, crispy onion rings, apple fondants, and Xeres jus (pounds 22.
His son and several of his students performed with him in the opera buffa, Le vendemie di Xeres (Beramendi).
Battle to stave off Xeres and his tyrannical Persian army in this retelling of the ancient Battle of Thermopylae.
Pizarro's companions Francisco de Xeres and Miguel de Estete both mention it in their chronicles.
enough in it to keep the army of Xeres for a month, and feathers enough
My gratitude is also due to Don Saverio Xeres, the exceptionally helpful diocesan archivist of Como; to Signora Ezia Noseda of the Comune di Brunate; to Professor Alexander Patschovsky for generously sharing his unpublished work on the Guglielmites; and to Richard Kieckhefer for his fine photography and for insisting on the importance of obscure mountain churches.