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Andalusian, Andalucian

breeds of animals named after the Spanish province of Andalusia.

Andalusian ass
gray donkey, origin of American and other ass breeds.
Andalusian cattle
three varieties, a dark, black-brown, a yellow, and gray, of meat and draft cattle, with open lyre horns, bred in southern Spain.
Andalusian horse
Spanish breed of light horse originating from Arab and Barb. Brown, gray or black, about 15.2 hands high. Origin of many breeds of horses and of criollo and mustang.
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Andalusian horse. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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The liquidity profile of Andalusia has improved steadily in the last five years, and its net fund balance (including cash, payables and receivables) was EUR1.
Based on a complex and comprehensive case study research carried out among Romanian immigrants in Andalusia, through this paper, we aim to provide a wide image on the migration phenomenon of Romanians to Andalusia and to bring a contribution to the enrichment of the scientific literature existent on this subject.
Rajoy's governing Popular Party suffered a significant setback on Sunday, losing a third of the seats that it won in the previous election in Andalusia in 2012, according to the preliminary results.
This audience was attended by the Spanish ambassador to Morocco, Jose de Carvajal Salido and Secretary General of the Presidency of the Government of Andalusia, Maximo Diaz-Cano, as well as HM the King's advisor, Fouad Ali El Himma, and Foreign minister Salaheddine Mezouar.
Embracing the unique concept and highly popular Spanish theme that defines The Villa project, the Andalusia Collection recognises the historical link between the people of the Middle East and the legendary Spanish region Andalusia -- a name that is derived from the Arabic word 'Al Andalus'.
I work between two ages, that of the Islamic civilisation known in Arabic as al Andalus, and the modern period of contemporary Andalusia.
The Muslim Kingdom of Granada may have fallen in 1492, marking the end to Arab rule in Andalusia, but a wealth of ruins and landmarks remains today, offering visitors wonders from the eight centuries of Arab presence in the region.
The final sections approach heritage issues: the railway stations and their impact on modern architecture and in the formation of an industrial and mechanical culture; the evolution of rolling stock; railway documentation about Andalusia at the disposal of researchers; and the importance of this heritage to the preservation of collective memory.
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Mary-Anne Goossens, a 48-year-old Dutch mother of two, was spotted by a group of hikers on Wednesday nearly three weeks after she set off on a hike alone during a holiday to Andalusia.