noun, plural cor·do·bas [kawr-duh-buhz, -vuhz; Spanish kawr-thaw-bahs], /ˈkɔr də bəz, -vəz; Spanish ˈkɔr ðɔ βɑs/,
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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.
At Cordoba, also, a university was founded in 1613, and the town became a seat of learning and a centre of Jesuit influence.
Rosario is the centre of the system, and here the Company owns extensive dockyards, and lines run both to Tucuman and Cordoba.
Firewood and posts are also largely produced in Cordoba, and Tucuman and Salta provide woods for building and cabinet-making.
The town surrendered on August 18, 1487, and the Court then returned to Cordoba.
Cordoba coffees lack the acidity and tang of the Oaxacas, but make a handsome roast.All About Coffee|William H. Ukers