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Spaniard

[Middle English, from Old French Espaniard, from Espaigne, Spain, from Latin Hisp nia.] Spaniard [ˈspænjəd]. n.

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Warre with the Spaniard
SPANIARD BLEND , A SPANISH DEVELOPER THAT WANTS TO
SPANIARD BLEND, A SPANISH DEVELOPER THAT WANTS. TO BE DIFFERENT.
SPANIARD BLEND WILL DEVELOP A PLANET IN ENTROPIA
Spaniard Blend is currently the only Spanish company that has become. Planet Partner of MindArk, the owner of Entropia Universe.
TOWN OF SPANIARD'S BAY INTEGRATED COMMUNITY
The Town of Spaniard's Bay adopts the Town of Spaniard's Bay Integrated.
“A Spaniard Is No Englishman”: The Ghost of Spain and the British

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Spaniard Rodriguez snatches Tour of Spain 5th leg
Katusha team leader Rodriguez powered to the line in the steep last metres of the race to finish in 4hr 42min 54sec, snatching the team's second stage victory after fellow Spaniard Daniel Moreno won the fourth.
Nadal: US Open win was highlight
The Spaniard had never previously reached the final in New York but he seized his chance at the first opportunity last year, beating Novak Djokovic to complete his set of grand slams.
LIVE COMMENTS - Vuelta a España - Stage
The Spaniard leads his Katusha team-mate Daniel Moreno by 32 seconds in the GC, with Jakob Fuglsang in third, at 34. Nibali is fourth, 45 down, and Scarponi fifth, at 51.
No One Hurt in Spaniard's Bay Fire
A fire broke out just before 9:30 am Saturday in the upstairs of a two-storey Spaniard's Bay home. The house is located across the main highway from the Sunburst Farm vegetable stand. Witnesses say they saw smoke coming from the house.
Foster and Garrido lead the pack in Gleneagles golf tournament
GLENEAGLES, Scotland — Britain's Mark Foster held his nerve to birdie the 18th on Saturday and ensure he will go into the final round of the Johnnie Walker Championship pegged at the top of the leader board with Spaniard Ignacio Garrido.

Suggested Web Resources

Spanish people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spanish people (or Spaniards) are a nation and ethnic group native to Spain.
Spaniard - definition of Spaniard by the Free Online Dictionary
[Middle English, from Old French Espaniard, from Espaigne, Spain, from Latin Hisp nia.] Spaniard [ˈspænjəd]. n.
Spaniard - Wiktionary
Spaniard (plural Spaniards). Somebody born or residing in Spain. Retrieved from "http://en.
Urban Dictionary: spaniard
Person from Spain, one of the greatest European empires of all times. The word usually brings to mind the feared Spanish 'conquistadores' who conqu...
Spaniard - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Origin of SPANIARD. Middle English Spaignard, from Middle French Espaignard, from Espaigne Spain, from Latin Hispania.

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