OTHER WORDS FROM AndalusiaAn·da·lu·sian, adjective, noun
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“Seville and Andalusia are territories that are particularly threatened by the consequences of climate change,” Espadas said at a press conference with the Atlantic Council, an American think tank.
In the 8th century, as Moors conquered most of Spain, they brought caramelized milk sweets to present-day Andalusia, where nuns and friars refined their own variations over the centuries.Learn to make cajeta, a Mexican confection with multilayered sweetness and history|Adriana Velez|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
We see it in the history of Andalusia and Cordoba during the Inquisition.
I must admit that there is some excuse for you; the pearl of Andalusia is undoubtedly ravissante.
Presently he touched on Andalusia, and Leam, who hitherto had been listening without comment, now broke in eagerly.
At that time there was a famous brigand in Andalusia, of the name of Jose-Maria, whose exploits were on every lip.
I had learned the metaphor, which stands for Andalusia, from my friend Francisco Sevilla, a well-known picador.
In Turdetania (part of Andalusia), according to Strabo, there were counted no less than two hundred towns.History of Julius Caesar Vol. 1 of 2|Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873.