Spain

new name for Portugal, coined by Jade on Big Brother (Nominated by reader Alastair, UK)
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Spain

[n] - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula
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Spain

Surprising fact: Spain has a greater area under vine than any other country, although because the yields from these vineyards are generally low, it only ranks third in the list of wine producers. In the north west, the cool damp region of Galicia produces some fresh aromatic whites from the Albariño grape, and Rueda is beginning to produce tasty,
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Spain

Country in southwestern Europe, on the Iberian Peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, bounded north by France and west by Portugal. Government The 1978 constitution provides...
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Spain

Kingdom of Spain noun a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
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Spain

(from the article `Madariaga y Rojo, Salvador de`) ...are Englishmen, Frenchmen, Spaniards (1928), a study of national psychology; Guía del lector del Quijote (1926; Don Quixote), an analysis of ...
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Spain

country located in extreme southwestern Europe. It occupies about 85 percent of the Iberian Peninsula, which it shares with its smaller neighbour ... [194 related articles]
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Spain

[Auden] Spain is a poem by W. H. Auden written after his visit to the Spanish Civil War and widely regarded as one of the most important literary works to emerge from that war. It was written and published in 1937. Auden published two versions of the poem, first as a pamphlet Spain (1937), then, in revised form and titled "Spain 1937", in h
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Spain

[disambiguation] Spain is a European country. Spain may also refer to: ...
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Spain

[band] Spain are an American rock band, formed in Los Angeles, California in 1993, and led by Josh Haden. Originally comprising Haden, his sister Petra Haden and Evan Hartzell, their debut album The Blue Moods of Spain was released in September 1995. From it, their song "Spiritual" was covered by Johnny Cash on his 1996 Unchained album, and
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Spain

[song] The CD cover of Nelly and Christina Aguilera`s 2004 single "Tilt Ya Head Back", from the 2004 album Sweat. ==Licensing== ==Rationale of fair use for Tilt Ya Head Back== ...
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Spain

[composition] Spain is an instrumental jazz fusion composition by jazz pianist and composer Chick Corea. It is probably Corea`s most prominent piece, and some would consider it a modern jazz standard. Spain was composed in 1971 and appeared in its original (and most well-known) rendition on the album Light as a Feather, with performances by
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Spain

Spain (n {respell|spayn|`}; España, Es-España.ogg), officially the Kingdom of Spain (Reino de España), is a sovereign state and a member of the European Union located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Its mainland is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea except for a small land boundary with the British Oversea.
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Spain

Spain, Span. España (āspä'nyä) , officially Kingdom of Spain, constitutional monarchy (2005 est. pop. 40,341,000), 194,884 sq mi (504,750 sq km), including the Balearic and Canary islands, SW Europe. It consists of the Spanish mainland (190,190 sq mi/492,592 sq km), which oc...
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Spain

Click images to enlargeCountry in southwestern Europe, on the Iberian Peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, bounded north by France and west by Portugal. Government The 1978 constitution provides for a hereditary monarch as formal head of state. The monarch appoints a prime minister, called presi...
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Spain

[European Parliament constituency] ==Current MEPs== As of September 2007 ==1987== The first European election in Spain was a by-election held after it joined the European Communities in 1987. The rest of the EC had voted in 1984. ==1989== The 1989 European election was the third election to the European Parliament and the first time Spain v
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Spain

[horse] Spain (foaled 1997 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse who retired as the richest mare in North American racing history. Bred and raced by Prince Ahmed bin Salman`s The Thoroughbred Corp., Spain was out of the race-winning mare, Drina. Her sire was Thunder Gulch, a winner of five Grade I races including the 1995 Kentu
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Spain

[Between the Trees album] Spain is the second full-length studio album by American rock band Between the Trees, released through Bonded Records on August 11, 2009. The album opens with the first single "We Can Try", which was released on June 30, 2009. The song also had a music video created and released along with the single. The album als
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Spain

[surname] Spain a surname English, Norman, French, Irish in origin, but linked to expatriates, or colonialists, who either had origins in Spain or had spent a significant amount of time there. The evolution of the name came about when the government of each European country introduced personal taxation, known as Poll Tax in England, and sur
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Spain

[Michel Camilo & Tomatito album] == Track listing == == Credits == == Album reception == The album was very well received by critics and the public in general, winning Best Latin Jazz Album in the first-ever Latin Grammy Awards == See also == Michel Camilo Discography ...
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