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jaca [Bras.]
Jackbaumfrucht {f}
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Übersetzung für 'jaca' von Englisch nach Deutsch

jaca [Bras.]
Jackbaumfrucht {f}bot.FoodInd.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Figure skating competitions at the 2007 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival took place at the Jaca Arena in Jaca, Spain between February 19 and 22, 2007.
  • He had to leave Majadahonda after his sister decided to switch to the Jaca skating club, which offered to cover her costs.
  • On July 22, 2010, a funding cut by the Spanish Ministry of Development forced two sections under construction between Nueno and Jaca, and a third between Jaca and Santa Cilia de Jaca, to be delayed (see diagram sections) for between one and four years.
  • A council held at Jaca in 1063 determined anew the boundaries of the Diocese of Huesca, which thereafter included the present dioceses of Huesca, Jaca, and Barbastro, as well as a part of the Diocese of Lérida.
  • As a result, the Camargue genes probably penetrated the Americas through the influence of the "jaca", the warhorse taken to new lands where hardiness was a requirement.
  • Guinea pigs are called "quwi" or "jaca" in Quechua and "cuy" or "cuyo" (plural "cuyes, cuyos") in the Spanish of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
  • Jaca boasts several medieval walls and towers surrounding the 11th-century Romanesque Jaca Cathedral.
  • Santa Engracia de Jaca is a locality located in the municipality of Puente la Reina de Jaca, in Huesca province, Aragon, Spain. As of 2020, it has a population of 91.
  • In December 1930, he was sent clandestinely to Jaca as a delegate of the National Revolutionary Committee (CRN), to prevent Captain Fermín Galán Rodríguez from rising the Jaca garrison in advance of the date agreed by the CRN.
  • José Palafox Palafox (died 28 December 1628) was a Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Jaca (1627–1628). He served as Bishop of Jaca until his death on 28 December 1628.
  • "I Was Stronger" (Serbo-Croat: "Bila sam jaca") is a 1953 Yugoslav war drama film directed by Gustav Gavrin and starring Sava Severova, Mira Stupica and Nikola Popovic.
  • In October 2009, Sinyutin started his coaching career with Aramon Club Hielo Jaca in Jaca, Spain.
  • In the eleventh century, the monastery church of San Adrián de Sasabe was a cathedral as the episcopal seat of this future Diocese of Jaca before construction of the cathedral of Jaca.
  • In 1084, emissaries of Sancho Ramírez, King of Aragon and Navarre translated Indaletius’ relics to San Juan de la Peña near Jaca against the will of the Christian communities in Seville and Urci.
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