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Torralba

[ taw-rahl-buh; Spanish tawr-rahl-bah ]

noun

  1. 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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Señor Torralba, whose cavillings added fuel to the flame of this tumult, was imprisoned in the fort of Santiago.

Oidor Torralba, then acting as governor and vicepatron, came to the support of the provincial upon appeal.

Torralba, with his sword and shield in hand, expelled the Archbishopʼs messenger by force.

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.

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