from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An island of Spain in the western Mediterranean Sea off the east-central coast of the mainland. The largest of the Balearic Islands, it was the center of an independent kingdom from 1276 until 1343. Tourism is its major industry.
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- proper n. Largest of the Balearic Islands.
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- n. the largest of the Balearic Islands
Called Cielo de Bonaire this amazing house is without doubt one of the premier luxury properties in Majorca (Mallorca), Spain.
We met a nice French speaking American lady in Majorca who wrote out a list of places to visit. franglais tyke |
In a major operation, codenamed Troika, 20 alleged members of the organised crime organisation said to have been led by Petrov were arrested in Majorca, Málaga, Alicante, Valencia and Madrid.
After the war, Metcalf hung out with the art and intellectual community in Majorca and France, meeting up with Robert Graves, who steered his interests toward ancient society, Greek mythology and poetry.
It was in Majorca that Rita first attended a lecture on handwriting analysis, given by a nun in Spanish.
Businessman Michael Brown, who gave £2.4 million to the party last year, was detained by Spanish police in Majorca on Wednesday, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said.
They sailed the China Sea, to Borneo, Malaysia, Thailand, India and the Red Sea, finally selling the boat in Majorca, Spain, and living a time in Europe before returning to Montreal.
He settled in Majorca in 1950 as a tutor to Robert Graves’s son.
Petrov is said to head the Tambovskaya-Malyshevkaya gang from the sunny climes of Calvi, one of the most exclusive villages in Majorca.
The legacy Serra left behind to California was the memory of his beloved home in Majorca.
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