from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northwest Spain near the Cantabrian Mountains. Founded c. 760, it flourished as the capital of Asturian kings until 910. The city was severely damaged during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Population: 217,000.
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- proper n. A town in Asturias in northwestern Spain, near the Cantabrian Mountains, founded circa 760.
- proper n. A town in Florida, United States.
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- n. a city in northwestern Spain near the Cantabrian Mountains
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His name was Lorenzo Suarez De Longoria, and he is Eva's ninth-great-grandfather, born in Oviedo, Spain, around the year 1592.
Spain's Princess Letizia attended the "XIX Musical Week" closing concert in Oviedo on Thursday night.
XIX Musical Week closing concert in Oviedo on Thursday night.
Editor's Note: We'd like to thank Martin Oviedo, a game warden with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in Dallas County who partnered with Minter on the opening day of the Texas firearms deer season, for taking the photos of Minter in the field (slides 8-14 and 16-18).
The co-production, mounted by several Spanish opera companies and staged by her fellow Asturian, director Emilio Sagi, had its premier in Oviedo on Sept. 17 and will open tonight, in Bilbao's opera house, the Teatro Arriaga, where Mr. Sagi is artistic director.
Born in Oviedo, the capital of the Asturias region, and also part Basque, Ms. Urquiola has designed the sets for a new interpretation of the Monteverdi opera, "The Coronation of Poppea."
After donning a sheer neckline with a statement necklace on Thursday, Princess Letizia was back out and about in Oviedo on Friday in a pair ...
After donning a sheer neckline with a statement necklace on Thursday, Princess Letizia was back out and about in Oviedo on Friday in a pair of ensembles we haven't seen before.
Guided by coach Luis Santibañez they lost their first game 1-0 to Austria in Oviedo, Walter Schachner scoring the only goal midway through the first half.
They reside in Oviedo, Florida with their daughter Karen Suzanne (8).