Definitions

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  • proper n. A town in Aragon, Spain, the capital of the province of Teruel.
  • proper n. A province in Aragon.
  • proper n. The letter T in the Spanish phonetic alphabet

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Examples

  • A photograph taken by Robert Capa of Ernest Hemingway (third from left), New York Times journalist Herbert Matthews (second from left), and two Republican soldiers in Teruel, Spain, in December 1937/© International Center of Photography/Magnum, Collection International Center of Photography

    ARTINFO: Unpacking the "Mexican Suitcase": The Mystery of Robert Capa's Long-Lost War Trove

  • A photograph taken by Robert Capa of Ernest Hemingway (third from left), New York Times journalist Herbert Matthews (second from left), and two Republican soldiers in Teruel, Spain, in December 1937/© International Center of Photography/Magnum, Collection International Center of Photography

    ARTINFO: Unpacking the "Mexican Suitcase": The Mystery of Robert Capa's Long-Lost War Trove

  • It takes a lot of historical imagination to recall the political outlines and military developments of battles—Córdoba or Teruel—now blurry to most of us.

    Mishandled Baggage Arrives 70 Years Later

  • A photograph taken by Robert Capa of Ernest Hemingway (third from left), New York Times journalist Herbert Matthews (second from left), and two Republican soldiers in Teruel, Spain, in December 1937 / © International Center of Photography/Magnum, Collection International Center of Photography

    ARTINFO: Unpacking the "Mexican Suitcase": The Mystery of Robert Capa's Long-Lost War Trove

  • The paper is entitled Gollumjapyx smeagol gen. n., sp. n., an enigmatic hypogean japygid (Diplura: Japygidae) from the eastern Iberian Peninsula, the authors A. Sendra, V. Ortuno, A. Moreno, S. Montagud and S. Teruel describe the species, originally found 25 years ago but now supported by more data, as:

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Pedro Armestre/AFP/Getty Images A firefighter works around a fire in Andorra early on Wednesday, near Teruel.

    European Fires Kill Four

  • In 2000, Mayor Luis Bricio began offering free airfare and housing for foreign families to settle in Aguaviva, a mud-brown town of about 720 on the dry plain in Teruel province.

    INTO THE WOODS

  • His companion on this journey, Ernest Hemingway, would turn the deadly battle for Teruel into For Whom the Bell Tolls, one of the greatest war novels.

    The Great Escape

  • After a short-lived Republican victory, Francos forces reclaimed Teruel.

    The Great Escape

  • But the battle of Teruel was too important for Capa to miss.

    The Great Escape

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