Jaca

(Artocarpus) These are tropical trees that grow wild in India and Malaya. In the U.S. they must be grown in a warm greenhouse except in southern Florida, where they may be planted outside. The stems of these plants contain a milky juice. These are handsome plants when grown in large pots or tubs in a greenhouse that has a minimum temperature of 60 ...
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JACA

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Jaca

city, Huesca provincia (province), in the communidad autónoma (autonomous community) of Aragon, northeastern Spain, on the plateau on the southern ...
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JACA

Several international organizations and permanent missions to the United Nations are located in Grand Saconnex. Consequently, the population of Grand Saconnex is quite cosmopolitan one of the most diverse in Switzerland, with nearly 40% of the population being born outside of Switzerland. ...
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Jaca

[disambiguation] Jaca is a city in northeastern Spain. Jaca or JACA may also refer to: ...
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Jaca

Jaca (hä'kä) , town (1990 pop. 10,874), Huesca prov., NE Spain, in Aragón, in the Pyrenees (alt. c.2,700 ft/820 m), near the French border on the Aragón River. A communications center and an episcopal see, it is a processing center for lumber and for the farm products of the ...
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Jaca

Jaca (Chaca in Aragonese) is a city of northeastern Spain near the border with France, in the midst of the Pyrenees in the province of Huesca. Jaca, a ford on the Aragón River at the crossing of two great early medieval routes, one from Pau to Zaragoza, was the fortified city out of which the County and Kingdom of Aragon developed: Jaca was the c...
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