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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • See Minorca1.

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Examples

  • The creative designers from Dom Arquitectura are to be blamed for coming up with such an astonishing summer house in Menorca — one of the Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea belonging to Spain.

    Rock Blending Summer House in Vestfold, Norway

  • Today we bring you this breathtaking home in Menorca, Spain.

    El Uro House in Mexico by 7XA Taller de Arquitectura

  • Part of the community is currently built-out, and Lennar is selling the two final sections called Menorca and Santorini.

    PR.com Press Releases

  • On a clear day you can even sea the island of Menorca, which is more than 40 miles to the east.

    The News is NowPublic.com - NowPublic.com: The News is Now Public

  • The house on Menorca that she and her sister have inherited from their grandmother has changed almost beyond recognition.

    The Empty Family by Colm Tóibín

  • Accommodation is in a farmhouse turned boutique hotel, the Binigaus Vell, in a designated area of special natural interest, close to the village of Es Migjorn Gran in the south of the island, less than 3km from some of Menorca's wonderful beaches.• 01534 745795, theridingcompany.com.

    Beat this: what's new in the Balearics

  • And she found herself giggling at the thought that every mother in Menorca was keeping her daughters indoors, away from the clutches of Ferran and Oriol.

    The Empty Family

  • Her family would, she presumed, have been alerted by Gloria the portera with the news that Carme had arrived and that she knew they were in Menorca, but they would hardly expect her to arrive so soon.

    The Empty Family

  • He was an average student, but he managed to get an externship first at a restaurant on the island of Menorca and then at La Broche in Madrid.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • The small skull of Nuralagus, which lived on Menorca, suggests dramatic decreases in hearing, sight, and motor-related abilities compared to typical rabbits.

    New to Nature No 57: Nuralagus rex

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