from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of northeast Spain north-northwest of Barcelona. Founded in Roman times, it is an industrial center noted for its textiles. Population: 202,000.
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Eusebius (610-32) held the council of Egara (Tarrasa) to enforce the canons of the Council of Huesca.
Sabadell, Tarrasa, Manresa (see Ignatius Loyola, Saint), Reus – depend industrially on Barcelona, and the banks of the Llobregat and the Ter are bordered with paper -, spinning -, and other mills, which utilize the motive power of the numerous waterfalls.
The aim of this project is to update and modernise the existing infrastructures in order to assure functionality and security of the rail tunnels of Tarrasa (1,540 metres), Sabadell
They have already performed together several times and will do so at La Factoría, in Tarrasa, Barcelona.