American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A tiny country of southwest Europe between France and Spain in the eastern Pyrenees. Although it pays nominal yearly homage to its suzerains in France and Spain, it is an independent republic. Andorra la Vella (population, 21,200) is the capital. The country's population is 71,800.
- n. a small republic in the eastern Pyrenees between Spain and France
- The name Andorra probably originates from a Basque word andurrial ("shrub-covered land"), but it may come from Arabic الدرا ("the forest") or Spanish andar ("to walk"). (Wiktionary)
“According to French sports daily L'Equipe, a UCI official drank coffee with officials from Astana in Andorra last Saturday and didn't test the riders for nearly an hour.”
“Unable to ski or dance and with no head for heights, comedian Shazia Mirza was apprehensive about the new Big Snow festival in Andorra”
“Saturday's stage is a 109. 7-mile (176.5 kilometer) ride along three hard climbs from Andorra-la-Vieille in Andorra to Saint-Girons, in France.”
“On a lighter note (and not featuring me), Andorra is not in Africa.”
“Some ahead of it include Bermuda, Guadeloupe, Jordan, Montserrat, Martinique, Aruba, and the Cayman Islands this list does include a lot of mini-states, such as Andorra, which is at the top of the list.”
“I have a very good excuse – I have been away ski-ing in Andorra.”
“Significantly for Madrid, Andorra, which is wedged between France and Spain, was among offshore centers to get removed in 2009 from the O.E.C.D.'s list of "uncooperative tax havens.”
“Some place called Andorra is second at 82.67 years.”
“Andorra, which is located between Spain and France, is a rugged land with deep valleys and towering mountains.”
“England in 18 months • Blackburn's Paul Robinson also earns a recall Andorra next month.”
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