Synonyms for benlloch or Related words with benlloch

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Castellón Airport (, ), is an airport in Vilanova d'Alcolea and Benlloch in Spain.
The economy of Benlloch is focused around agricultural production and cattle. Due to mostly dry land in Benlloch, production of fruits and vegetables is made possible due to irrigation techniques. Pig production and poultry are also important industries. The craft industry is centered on "turrónes", carpentry, construction and locksmithing.
Alfred Benlloch Llorach (October 17, 1917 – May 8, 2013) was a Spanish inventor with over one hundred patents registered in different areas.
After concluding the armed conflict Duran-Jorda was exiled in Britain, Alfred Benlloch return to the University, but he decide to study chemistry instead of medicine.
Benlloch (Valencian: Bell-lloc) is a municipality in the province of Castellón, Valencian Community, Spain located in the comarque of Plana Alta.
As a consequence of the energy crisis of 1973, Alfred Benlloch began a long series of experiments and patents in the field of solar energy.
Daniel Fortea i Guimerà (Benlloch, Spain; 28 April 1878 – Castellón de la Plana, Spain; 5 March 1953) was a Spanish guitarist, composer, and music educator.
Benlloch was eventually advanced to Archbishop of Burgos on 7 January 1919. Pope Benedict XV created him Cardinal Priest of "Santa Maria in Aracoeli" in the consistory of 7 March 1921. Benlloch was one of the cardinal electors who participated in the 1922 papal conclave, which selected Pope Pius XI. He served as a special envoy of the Spanish Government to the Latin American republics from September 1923 to January 1924.
Benlloch is located in the center of the "Pla de l'Arc", itself in the center of Castellón. The town is an example of modern architecture and rural urbanism. The town is divided into a modern and historical section. It is divided into quadrants, some containing basic services with others containing plazas, houses and a fortified church. Benlloch shares a border with Alcalà de Xivert, Cabanes, Sierra Engarcerán, Torreblanca, Vall d'Alba, and Villanueva de Alcolea.
Joan Baptista Benlloch i Vivó (29 December 1864 – 14 February 1926) was a Valencian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Archbishop of Burgos from 1919 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1921.
Born in Valencia, Joan Benlloch i Vivó studied at its seminary, and obtained his doctorate in theology and in canon law in October 1887. He was ordained to the priesthood on 25 February 1888, and then served as an auxiliary professor at the Valenica seminary and coadjutor in Almàssera, teaching humanities and metaphysics. From 1893 to 1898, Benlloch was pastor of the parish of Santos Juan Evangelista y Bautista in Valencia. He then taught at the seminary of Segovia, where he was also "chantre" of the cathedral chapter, provisor and vicar general (1899-1900), and vicar capitular (1900-1901).
Founded in 2001, a.a.s (also known as AAS) has been described as an ‘imaginary’ art group that makes use of real, practicing artists to meet its ends. The current central team are Ana Benlloch, Ralph Dorey, Graham Dunning, Lyndsay Officer, Vanessa Page, Samuel Mercer, Tom Milsom and Dr. Stuart Tait but, to date, over a hundred artists have been part of a.a.s.
Born in Benlloch, Castellón, Valencian Community, Dealbert began his career with local CD Castellón. He made his first-team debut on 20 April 2002 in a third division match against Benidorm CF, and went on to become an essential defensive element, winning promotion in the 2004–05 season and helping the club consolidate in the second level in the following years.
Besides the ongoing Barsowia and self-conclusive comic-books, Polaqia publishes a series of mini art-books ("Polaqia Sketchbook", #1 by Miguel Robledo) and a collection of graphic novels in Spanish ("Rompehielos", the first title is 76-page "Pinche Mundo" by Kike Benlloch and Diego Blanco).
Església de Sant Esteve is a church located on Plaça del Príncep Benlloch in Andorra la Vella, Andorra. It is a heritage property registered in the Cultural Heritage of Andorra. It was built in the 11th-12th century and then restored in the 20th century.
On 16 December 1901, Benlloch was appointed Apostolic Administrator of Solsona and Titular Bishop of "Hermopolis Maior". He received his episcopal consecration on 2 February 1902 from Bishop Jaime Cardona y Tur, with Bishops José Cadena y Eleta and Salvador Castellote y Pinazo serving as co-consecrators, in Madrid. Benlloch was later named Bishop of Urgell on 6 December 1906; in this position, he was also Co-Prince of Andorra and composed the text for its national anthem. His tenure saw his country enter World War I on the side of the Allies, but Andorra was not included in the Treaty of Versailles and officially remained in a state of belligerency until 1957. The French Co-Princes of Andorra during Benlloch's leadership include Armand Fallières and Raymond Poincaré.
"El Gran Carlemany" (, ; "The Great Charlemagne") is the national anthem of the Principality of Andorra. Enric Marfany Bons composed the music, while the lyrics were authored by Joan Benlloch i Vivó, written in a first-person narrative. It was adopted as the national anthem on September 8, 1921, which is also the national day of Andorra. The lyrics make reference to several key aspects of Andorran culture and history, such as the heritage of the Carolingian Empire.
Spain took part in the first Eurovision Dance Contest in 2007. Amagoya Benlloch and Abraham Martinez were chosen to represent the country in the program "¡Mira Quién Baila a Eurovisión!" (a special edition of the Spanish version of Dancing with the Stars). The dances they performed at the contest were Cha-Cha-Cha and Paso Doble. Spain came tenth after receiving 38 points from 7 countries.
Alfred Benlloch was responsible for designing special devices. He collaborated in research on blood as well as in obtaining products which at the time did not exist in the market, antigens and vaccines. Got a substitute for the Meineke Test with bull myocardium crushed, dried and treated with alcohol, adding a protein and a resin, necessary to detect and discard donors that carriers syphilis. Thanks to its technical input the service was able to process and send the front in three years 9000 liters of blood.
"El Gran Carlemany" was composed by Enric Marfany Bons (1871–1942), who was a priest. The lyrics to the song were penned by Juan Benlloch i Vivó (1864–1926), who served as the Bishop of Urgell from 1906 to 1919. This position also made him an "ex officio" Co–Prince of Andorra. The song was officially designated as the country's national anthem on September 8, 1921, when it was sung at the country's cathedral for the first time. The day it was adopted – September 8 – is the National Day of Andorra. This coincides with the feast day of Our Lady of Meritxell, the country's patron saint who is mentioned in the lyrics.