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  • adj. Catalan
  • n. Catalan


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From Catalonia +‎ -an


  • I really didn't find that in Catalonian part of Spain.


  • The team selected wild ants from the main European super-colony, from another smaller one called the Catalonian super-colony which lives on the Iberian coast, the Californian super-colony and from the super-colony in west Japan, as well as another in Kobe, Japan.

    The United States of Jamerica

  • In the summer of 1933, William Shirer was living with his new wife in Lloret de Mar, a tiny village on the Catalonian coast.

    A Talent for Being There

  • A peek inside the nondescript Tokyo office building that the three Japanese companies share with units of Cisco Systems Inc. and a Catalonian government agency shows how far removed the firms are from their parent.

    Olympus Confirms Price for Purchases

  • Previous MoBiA exhibitions have focused on the biblical illustrations of Albrecht Dürer and his circle, Marc Chagall, and Altarpieces Medieval Spain, which investigated the cooperative relationship between Christian and Jewish artists in the medieval Iberian kingdoms of Aragon, Valencia and the Catalonian region.

    Four Centuries of Love and Suffering for the Word

  • Moroccan niora peppers are likely the same as the ñora peppers used in Romesco sauce and other Spanish and Catalonian dishes.

    Recipe for Seafood and Vegetable Stew with Rouille (Red Pepper Sauce)

  • Santander is currently exploring a possible bid for the Catalonian lender Unnim.

    Santander Banks on Spanish Cleanup

  • Situated on a hillside along the Costa Brava in the Catalonian town of Roses, chef Ferran Adrià's temple to molecular gastronomy has become to food what Salvador Dali who was born in nearby Figueres was to painting.

    Beat the Heat With a Reel Meal and a Jaunt to Brazil

  • The 18-year-old shot to fame four years ago when he was filmed juggling a ball with Ronaldinho, but he did not progress as well as the Catalonian club had wanted and they released him from his contract last season.

    Tottenham sign former Barcelona teenager Cristian Ceballos

  • Bread and aioli: Fresh baguettes served with French or Catalonian garlic mayonnaise.

    Ajijic as Saintes Maries de la Mer


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