Catalan had ten arrests on his record, eight of which are sealed.
Montalbán endowed his Catalan gumshoe with an equally impressive set of quirks that are aired and explored in each book.
Pere Navarro, head of the Catalan socialist party, said: "We need a new head of state."
The Daily Pic: At the Met, the Catalan master has a conceptual edge.
The Catalan separatist movement has been growing in recent years, as demonstrated each September with a march on Barcelona.
In moistening Havana leaf Catalan wine is used, and other flavoring extracts.
As for these Catalan priests who are coming in here, I cannot abide them.
This machine was invented by a Catalan named Pedro Fronvila.
In 1381 he accepted an offer to become the sovereign of the Catalan duchy of Athens.
The club at Kennaquhair are turned fastidious since Catalan!
"pertaining to Catalonia," also as a noun, "person from Catalonia," late 15c., from the indigenous name, which is of Celtic origin and probably means "chiefs of battle." As a noun meaning "a Catalan," Middle English used Catelaner (mid-14c.), Catellain (early 15c., from French). As a language name in English by 1792. Related: Catalonian (1707).