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OTHER WORDS FROM SevilleSe·vil·lian [suh-vil-yuhn], /səˈvɪl yən/, adjective, noun
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The Tourism Innovation Summit, held in November in Seville, used facial recognition technology to ensure anyone entering the venue had tested negative for the virus, according to Silvia Aviles of event organizer Next Business Exhibitions.Has covid killed trade shows? Barcelona bets on a comeback|Jeanne Whalen|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
The locale was not Perugia, but Seville, in Spain, a country I have lived in and love.
She will lie in state in Seville and will be buried in a private ceremony attended by her husband and children.
The Crime Report's Lisa Riordan Seville on geotagging and stalking.
Lisa Riordan Seville is a freelance writer and contributor to The Crime Report.org.
Especially is this true among the ladies, who prefer "Seville cigarettes" to all others.
The king of Seville for his favorite wife once flooded his palace court with rose water, to satisfy her whim.
They are never performed except by gypsies, in their own quarter of Seville, and are now generally gotten up as a show for money.
The cigar-girl of Seville is a well-known type, almost as much dreaded by the authorities as admired by her own class.
Listen: when I was young my father had the astrologers of the king of Seville's court cast my horoscope.
British Dictionary definitions for Seville
Cultural definitions for Seville
City in southwestern Spain on the Guadalquivir River; a major port and cultural center.