from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of north-central Spain south-southeast of Bilbao. Probably founded by the Visigoths in the sixth century A.D., it is a manufacturing and processing center. Population: 229,000.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A city in the province of Álava, Basque Country, Spain. It is the capital of the Basque Country
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Olga Karmansky won the individual title and the team of Karmansky, Aline Bakchajian, Brenann Stacker and Lisa Wang took the team title at the Pan American championships in Vitoria, Brazil.
"Vitoria" -- and with it and a very few of the crew who aided him, arrived, with God's help, at Sevilla.
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I have however found out that I will be living in a city called Vitoria for my 6 month work placement.
De Indis may be legitimately classified as a protocolonialist text in at least two senses: (i) the discursive, the Text implicitly resting upon the supplement of the expropriating logic of other more explicitly colonialist texts such as Vitoria's De Indis; (ii) the historical, the Text positioned within the contours of the equally heterogenous logic of the early Capitalist World-Economy.
In the Basque Provinces, the national game of _pelota_, a species of tennis, played without rackets, is still kept up, and is jealously cultivated in the larger towns, such as Vitoria, San Sebastian, and Bilbao.
I spent a summer in the mountains up there in Izara village near Vitoria.
At 50, Mr. Marsalis's overriding tendency is to go beyond his Ellington foundation, primarily by means of world rhythms outside the parade beats and hand claps from his native New Orleans, like the 6/8 patterns behind "Tree of Freedom" from his Iberia-inspired "Vitoria Suite".
In hot pursuit, the "Iron Duke" caught up with them just short of the Pyrenees, and handed the French, at Vitoria, a decisive defeat.
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As previously reported by Global Voices, the protest has now left the blogosphere and entered the streets and a series of demonstrations against The Digital Crimes Bill [pt], also known as Azeredo's Bill, have taken place in past weeks in several Brazilian cities, the most recent during the first week of July in Rio de Janeiro and Vitoria.
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