[taw-rahl-buh; Spanish tawr-rahl-vah]
- the site of a Lower Paleolithic hunting and butchering station east of Madrid, in the province of Soria, Spain, characterized by butchered elephant remains, stone hand axes, cleavers, and scrapers, and rare pieces of worked wood.
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Examples from the Web for torralba
Torralba having appeared sad sometimes because he was in want of money, the angel said to him, Why are you sad for want of money?
The greatest part of the information which Zequiel communicated to Torralba related to political occurrences.
Torralba said to him with a loud voice, What dost thou seek here?
Torralba again closed his eyes, and when Zequiel told him to open them, he found himself in the tower of Nona in Rome.
Torralba proposed it to Zequiel, and even entreated him to consent, but without success.