Casal


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Ca·sal

(kah-sahl'),
Gasper, Spanish physician, 1691-1759. See: Casal necklace.
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On the other hand, Casal feels certain that Murray is still at his peak to win more tournaments and even Grand Slam titles.
Nevertheless, Casal is confident Murray remains in prime condition to challenge for more Grand Slam titles, despite the pressure that comes from being Britain's most successful tennis player of the Open era.
Casal soon released her bestselling album "Como la Flor Prometida" in 1995 and became an international superstar.
An interesting surprise on Disc 2 is that for "These Days," one of Browne's most famous songs, he takes the backseat and Casal sings lead vocals.
Casal recorded three albums with Adams but he has nine solo albums of his own and a lengthy list of collaborative efforts in addition to that.
English-owned, but Portuguese-run, Monte Do Casal comprises just 18 suites and bedrooms, strung together by elegant lounges and cool, shady walkways.
Roseman and Lasia Casal, of Newmark New Spectrum, brokered the deal.
Founded by Prudencio Unanue and his wife Dona Carolina Casal de Unanue in Manhattan, New York.
ANDY MURRAY'S former mentor Sergio Casal has no worries about the struggling star's choice of coach and believes he has plenty to learn from Amelie Mauresmo.
ANDY Murray's former mentor Sergio Casal has no worries about the Scot's choice of coaches, insisting he has plenty to learn from "champion" Amelie Mauresmo.