from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northern Spain on the Bay of Biscay west-northwest of Bilbao. It was a major port after the discovery of America and is now a resort and industrial center. Population: 182,000.
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- proper n. A city and port on the north coast of Spain, the capital of the autonomous community of Cantabria
- proper n. A department in the north of Colombia. See Wikipedia:Santander Department
- proper n. A Spanish surname
SANTANDER EYES £3 BILLION UK FLOAT - The Financial Times reports that Santander is gearing up to list its UK operations on the London Stock Exchange as soon as this autumn in a deal that could raise an estimated £3 billion (€3.5 billion) to fund growth by the Spanish bank.
In my area Santander is 5,000 pesos and Scotiabank is 3,000 pesos for each maximum withdrawal.
Santander is one ATM that offers this service and in my part of the world it is the most common machine found in the supermarkets.
Based in Santander/Spain, this house was designed by architects from A-Cero.
While Major Rooney was holding his audience spellbound with tales of the US mission to bring freedom to the world, the European golfers took a phone call from Seve Ballesteros – "our legend" Montgomerie said of the former captain, who is recovering in Santander from brain cancer – and listened to a talk by the great Welsh scrum-half Gareth Edwards on his experiences with the British and Irish Lions.
Next I called Santander and was told they couldnt discuss my account over the phone
Following Santander's takeover of Abbey in 2004 and Bradford & Bingley in 2008, from Monday both banks will operate under the name Santander, while
Abbey, Alliance & Leicester and the savings business of Bradford & Bingley will all become known as Santander by the end of 2010.
Abbey, Alliance&Leicester and the savings business of Bradford& ingley will all become known as Santander by the end of 2010.
& Bingley will all become known as Santander by the end of 2010.
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