noun, plural cor·do·bas [kawr-duh-buh z, -vuh z; Spanish kawr-th aw-vahs] /ˈkɔr də bəz, -vəz; Spanish ˈkɔr ðɔ vɑs/,
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The professional miserabilist, whose hits include, ‘The Queen is Dead’, told gig-goers in Cordoba that.
For that reason, the effort has been rebranded as "Park51," rather than the Cordoba House.
Rauf's group, the Cordoba Initiative, isn't even directly handling the fundraising for the proposed cultural center.
But the hysteria over the Cordoba Initiative has marked a tipping point.
For others, however, Cordoba House represents a cultural affront.
We saw the crowd of merry-makers packing into the train to return to Cordoba.
The brightest star of the constellation is α (3·36 Harvard, 3·3 Cordoba, and “coloured”).Astronomical Curiosities|J. Ellard Gore
Rosario is the centre of the system, and here the Company owns extensive dockyards, and lines run both to Tucuman and Cordoba.Argentina|W. A. Hirst
Tucuman vies with Cordoba in having amongst its residents some of the real old Spanish aristocracy of Argentina.
In good sooth, Cordoba is a dreamy old place, and I felt better for being in it.Our Home in the Silver West|Gordon Stables