- n. alternative spelling of Cádiz.
- n. an ancient port city in southwestern Spain
“CADIZ - Eight people were arrested Monday morning as Harrison County sheriff's officers and Cadiz police capped a joint six-month investigation into drug trafficking in the county.”
“I 'm not really a string player," Mr. Chatham said, speaking from his hotel room in Cadiz, Spain, where he was preparing a show at the city 's recent Monkey Week 2010 festival.”
“Located in Cadiz, Spain, Sotogrande House is yet another success of A-cero Architects, a name which has in time become similar with high quality architecture.”
“American film actor, born in Cadiz, Ohio, Âwho epitomized the American ideal of masculinity and virility for three decades.”
“Camera Obscura in Cadiz, thanks to Sinden Optical (see below)”
“When Nelson famously said, "The Dons may make fine ships; they cannot however make men," after visiting the Spanish fleet in Cadiz in 1793, he was referring not to the quality of Spanish sailors but to the lack of them, for as often as not crews were diminished by disease and other factors.”
“The problem is: Sara's copies were sent to her Madrid address over the summer while she was in Cadiz, and so they were returned.”
“* Whether "Papa Legba" had anything to do with Dambala's injuries on Tchoup and Cadiz is a matter of faith, I suppose.)”
“It is to-day called Cadiz, but anciently was known as Erythia,”
“A friend of ours, who by your last favour I was informed was about to leave Spain for the benefit of his health, has, it appears, changed his mind, and is on his way to visit Andalusia and the principal towns, namely Cadiz, Malaga, and Seville.”
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