[ah-vuh-luh; Spanish ah-vee-lah]
- a city in central Spain, a religious and academic center.
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Examples from the Web for avila
Avila, who was wounded in the right leg and left arm, told the detective that Holmes was targeting “people who were fleeing.”Aurora Cops Relive the Horror at James Holmes Hearing
January 8, 2013
The word tuce (or, it may be, tuze) I do not find in any dictionary, nor does Avila translate it.
As in some respects my translation differs from that of Avila, I give his.
For our eight pesetas a day in Avila we had had as much as we wanted.
Then give us tickets to Avila and we will wait at Medina del Campo.
It was pitchy night when we clambered down from the train at Avila.
- a city in central Spain: 11th-century granite walls and Romanesque cathedral. Pop: 52 078 (2003 est)
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