Cadiz

noun an ancient port city in southwestern Spain
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Cadiz

[Albéniz] Cadiz is a composition by Isaac Albéniz, originally written for piano. Since it has been transcribed for classical guitar by Miguel Llobet, it has become one of the most important works of the classical guitar repertoire. It has been played and recorded by guitarists such as Julian Bream and John Williams and many others. It is ...
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Cadiz

[wine region] Treaties extended by France to the {flagicon|France} French Mandate for Syria and the Lebanon (1922–43). A treaty extended to this territory remains in force for Syria or for Lebanon only if a declaration of succession has been made by Syria or by Lebanon. ...
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Cádiz

Cádiz (kä'dēth) , city (1990 pop. 156,903), capital of Cádiz prov., SW Spain, in Andalusia, on the Bay of Cádiz. Picturesquely situated on a promontory (joined to the Isla de León, just off the mainland), it is today chiefly a port exporting wines and other a...
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Cadiz

chartered city and port, northern Negros Island, Philippines. It is one of five chartered cities and one of the principal ports on the island where ...
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Cádiz

city, capital, and principal seaport of Cádiz provincia (province) in the comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) of Andalusia, southwestern Spain. ... [4 related articles]
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Cadiz

HMS Cadiz was a British Battle Class destroyer of 2315 tons displacement designed for operation in the Pacific Ocean during the Second World War and launched in 1944. HMS Cadiz was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots and carried a crew of 250 in peace time and 337 during the Second World War. She was arm...
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Cádiz

provincia, in the comunidad autónoma (`autonomous community`) of Andalusia, southwestern Spain, fronting the Mediterranean Sea (southeast) and the ...
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Cádiz

Spanish city and naval base, capital and seaport of the province of Cádiz, sited on a peninsula on the south side of Cádiz Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, 103 km/64 mi south of Seville;...
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Cadiz

[n] - an ancient port city in southwestern Spain
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