santiago

  1. city in the northern Dominican Republic
  2. port city in southeastern Chile; industrial center
  3. the capital and largest city of Chile; located in central Chile; one of the largest cities in South America
  4. a naval battle in the Spanish-American War (1898); the US fleet bottled up the Spanish ships in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba and destroyed them when they tried to escape
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Santiago

[commune] The Commune of Santiago is the central commune of the Santiago Province, located at the center of the Santiago Metropolitan Region in Chile`s Central Zone. Locally, Santiago is usually abbreviated Stgo. It is also called as `Santiago Centro` (Downtown Santiago) in order to differentiate it from Greater Santiago, a larger entity wh...
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Santiago

[Sama] Iglesia de Santiago (Sama) is a Neo-Gothic church in the locality of Sama, in the municipality of Langreo, Asturias, Spain. ...
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Santiago

[surname] The surname Santiago was first found in Galicia, Spain. Santiago is a habitational name from any of the numerous places named for the dedication of churches to St. James (Sant Iago). ==People== ==Fictional characters== ...
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Santiago

[1856 ship] The Santiago was a 455 ton barque launched in 1856. It was built by Henry Balfour of Methil, Fife for the Liverpool shipping company Balfour Williamson. It sailed mainly between Liverpool and Chile, but also to Australia. Its remnant hull which lies in a ships` graveyard in South Australia is considered to be `the oldest intact ...
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Santiago

[Sariego] Santiago is one of three parishes in Sariego, a municipality within the province and autonomous community of Asturias, in northern Spain. It is {convert|9.89|km2|sqmi|abbr=on} in size, with a population of 694 (INE 2005). ==Villages and hamlets== ...
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Santiago

[Omni Series 3] Santiago, a part of the Omni Series box set is the sixth studio album by Canadian songwriter and record producer Daniel Lanois. It was first released in December 2008 as a box set along with Steel (Omni Series 1) and Purple Vista (Omni Series 2). ==Track listing== All songs written by Daniel Lanois unless otherwise noted. ==...
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Santiago

[Lisbon] Santiago is a former civil parish (freguesia) in the city and municipality of Lisbon, Portugal. It had a total area of 0.06 km² and total population of 846 inhabitants (2009); density: 13,823 hab/km². At the administrative reorganization of Lisbon on 8 December 2012 it became part of the parish Santa Maria Maior. ==Main sites== ....
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Santiago

[ship] Video games in this category make use of a technique called rotoscoping. ...
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Santiago

[Tavira] Santiago is a former civil parish in the municipality of Tavira, Portugal. In 2013, the parish merged into the new parish Tavira (Santa Maria e Santiago). ...
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Santiago

[volleyball club] The Santiago is the women`s volleyball team of Santiago. ==History== The team was found in 2007. ==Current volleyball squad== As of December 2008 Coach: {flagicon|Dominican Republic} Héctor Rodríguez Assistant coach: {flagicon|Dominican Republic} Roberto Balbuena == Palmares == === National competition === National leagu...
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Santiago

Latin, meaning: st. james.
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Santiago

[n] - a naval battle in the Spanish-American War (1898)
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Santiago

Santiago de Cuba noun a naval battle in the Spanish-American War (1898); the United States fleet bottled up the Spanish ships in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba and destroyed them when they tried to escape
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santiago

(from the article `Morris dance`) ...to the Middle East, India, and parts of Central and South America. Notable examples are the Perchten dancer-masqueraders of Austria, the ritual ...
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Santiago

capital of Chile. It lies on the canalized Mapocho River, with views of high Andean peaks to the east.[9 related articles]
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Santiago

city, western Panama, in the Pacific lowlands north of Puerto Mutis, its port on the Gulf of Montijo. One of the oldest settlements in Panama, the ...
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Santiago

Santiago is a Spanish boy name. The meaning of the name is `Saint James` Where is it used? The name Santiago is mainly used In Spanish.How do they say it elsewhere? James ( In English and In the bible) If it`s too long people might use In Spanish: DiegoSee also In Spanish and In Portuguese: Jaime In Slovene: Jaka In Scottish: Jamie In Scottish: ...
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Santiago

Santiago (säntyä'gō) , city (1990 pop. 60,959), W central Panama. Santiago is a communications and commercial center in the Pacific lowlands. It is a provincial and district capital.
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Santiago

Santiago (säntēä'gō) , city (1990 est. pop. 4,395,000), central Chile, capital of Chile and of Metropolitana de Santiago region, on the Mapocho River. It is the political, commercial, and financial heart of the nation, although Valparaiso has been the seat of the Chilean co...
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Santiago

(Dominican Republic) Second-largest city in the Dominican Republic; population (2002) 507,400. It is a processing and trading centre for sugar, coffee, and cacao
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Santiago

(Chile) Capital of Chile, on the Mapocho River; population (2002) 4,656,700. It is the fifth largest city in South America and the country's cultural, commercial, and manufacturing centre. Industries include textiles, chemicals, and food processing. It has three universities, and sever...
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Santiago

[micro-region] The Santiago micro-region (Microrregião de Santiago) is a micro-region in the western part of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The area is 11,213.844 km². == Municipalities== ...
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Santiago

[comarca] Santiago is a comarca in the Galician Province of A Coruña. The overall population of this local region is 150,286 (2005). ==Municipalities== Ames, Boqueixón, Brión, Santiago de Compostela, Teo, Val do Dubra and Vedra. ...
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Santiago

[name] Santiago, (also San Iago, San Tiago, Santyago, Sant-Yago, San Thiago) is a Spanish name that derives from the Hebrew name Jacob (Ya`akov) via `Sant Iago`, `Sant Yago`, `Santo Iago`, or `Santo Yago`, first used to denote Saint James the Great, the brother of John the Apostle. It was also the tradition that Saint James (Santiago) had t...
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