Saragossa

NOUN
  1. an ancient city on the Ebro River in northeastern Spain; formerly the capital of Aragon
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  • The same thing is happening with other foreign place names – Saragossa is now usually Zaragoza, and Corunna has become La Coruña. Loss of anglicizations | Linguism
  • The Saragossa starch factory in Spain will have its product portfolio increased, in replacement of isoglucose production. Food IngredientsFIrst News
  • Fantasy on the other hand is as old as humanity (Homer is fantasy by any definition you care) and epics are also as old as humanity, so it's a different story there and no wonder there is a lot of old enjoyable fantasy out there, maybe not about elves, but fantasy nonetheless (check Arabian Nights, Melmoth the Wanderer, Manuscript Found in Saragossa - just to give some books that I still enjoy and are several hundred or more years old). Does Science Fiction, in Fact, Suck?
  • Authorities at the rail station in Zaragoza - also called Saragossa - found that the keys for the car, which has a customised number plate reading "P33NNT", were left on the passenger seat. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • The Countess of Aranda arrived then in Saragossa, and was extremely well received by the king and the whole court. The Heptameron of Margaret, Queen of Navarre
  • Nevertheless, in the autumn of 1469 Ferdinand rode across the Saragossan mountains to Valladolid to claim Isabelia as bride.
  • With the fall of the caliphate in the early 11th century, power shifted to provincial centres and alcazars were built for local rulers, notably the Aljafería of Saragossa which dates from the 11th century.
  • It was also invited to attend the Innovate Europe conference in Saragossa, Spain. Tiny Projector Enters the Big Show | Impact Lab
  • Islamic influences could have been provided by Mudejar communities in Huesca, Saragossa, or Valencia, or by trade connections between Catalan Jews and the Maghreb.
  • In the previous two chapters, we began to see the Church hierarchy in Saragossa defining the communities in different terms. Like Wheat to the Miller: Community, Convivencia, and the Construction of Morisco Identity in Sixteenth-Century Aragon
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