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  • n. Plural form of Valencian.


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  • It's little things like Keith Floyd's quick-cook rice, as much as any outrageous Thai "twist" or Caribbean pineapple garnish, which offend the sensibilities of Valencians who claim the dish as their birthright.

    How to cook the perfect paella

  • To get in on the action, Valencians shelled out billions of euros on big-time tourism magnets such as a new super-port for cruise ships, a new convention center, a new airport terminal and - the town's crown jewel - the City of the Arts and Sciences, or CAS for short.

    Bob Schulman: Valencia: From Oranges to Operas

  • García, A. (1987), E.s Vives: una familia de jueus valencians, Valencia: E. Climent.

    Juan Luis Vives [Joannes Ludovicus Vives]

  • Valencians sometimes talk as if they've already repeated the trick.

    Sailing to Success

  • As Valencians watch some of the world's most high-tech sailboats run sprints on the Mediterranean, they hope to blow past a group of perennial losers: the hosts of sports spectacles.

    Sailing to Success

  • In contrast to the costume of these groups was that of two long-legged Valencians conducting a donkey, laden with articles of merchandise, their musket slung crosswise over his back ready for action.

    The Alhambra

  • The streets, and every avenue leading to the _Plaza de los Toros_, were lined with noisy vendors of delicious fruits, who made a grateful display upon their stalls of the Seville orange and the cooling water-melon; whilst a number of Valencians carried about large _vasijas_, or trays of lemonade, and other refreshments, for the accommodation of the thirsty pedestrians, who had no time to squander upon a visit to the _neveras_, or ice-houses.

    The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II

  • The Valencians are very different, being slow, quiet, almost stupid to the eye of the stranger, extremely industrious, and wrapped up in their agricultural pursuits.

    Spanish Life in Town and Country

  • XII., and was made fashionable among the aristocracy in Madrid by him, is a very old sport -- if it deserves the name -- among the Valencians.

    Spanish Life in Town and Country

  • However, this recipe is the result of attending to and enjoying many paella makings by many cooks, so chances are that many Valencians will agree.

    Valencian Paella


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