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- proper n. Alternative form of Córdoba.
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- n. The monetary unit of Nicaragua, equivalent to the United States gold dollar. It is divided into 100 centavos.
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- n. the basic unit of money in Nicaragua; equal to 100 centavos
- n. a city in central Argentina; site of a university founded in 1613
- n. a city in southern Spain; center of Moorish culture
- n. Spanish explorer who discovered Yucatan (1475-1526)
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He observes that at one point it was to be called the Cordoba House: "Cordoba was the site of a mosque commemorating a noted Muslim victory in the conquest of Spain, and was the capital of the Muslim empire in Spain."
The name Cordoba is a nod to the Moorish emirate known its for religious tolerance.
Even if they are not protected in Cordoba, what's the purpose of killing it?
I was on a hot barrel eared dove shoot in Cordoba two years ago when the guy next to me shot a Condor.
These are actually very similar to mosques seen in Cordoba, Spain and North Africa.
Born: Sept. 12, 1969, in Cordoba, an industrial city about 430 miles northwest of Buenos Aires, in central Argentina
You could stay in Cordoba on your way north, it is a fair sized, prosperous looking city.
There's a really old one in Cordoba that looks to have rolled a millions miles.
And every one of them knows the meaning of "Cordoba" - the manifest destiny of Islam.
"Cordoba" - the manifest destiny of Islam. really, every child?? even the children enrolled in schools funded by the secular regimes in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.