Meanwhile, Myrta went into exile with her new family in Madrid.
Last weekend politicians in Madrid and Brussels moved to try to stabilize Spain before the Greek elections.
With the help of a Spanish LGBT organization, he and two associates made their way to Madrid, where they remain today.
Their decision is expected to be announced on Tuesday before the Spanish central criminal court, the Audencia Nacional, in Madrid.
Hamas remains the bogeyman, much as the PLO was, before Madrid and Oslo, but with some crucial differences.
You know perfectly well that I have only one or two friends in Madrid.
I spent a fortnight in Madrid, and was made a great deal of and generally feted.
They dont seem to have any objection to lotteries in Madrid, said Sheridan.
He replied to me, saying that I should have it before I arrived at Madrid.
He was afterwards painter to the court of Madrid, and died in Spain.
Spanish capital, of unknown origin; first attested 932 as Majerit. Adjectival form is Madrilenian. Noun meaning "person or thing from Madrid" is Madrileño, Madrileña.
Capital of Spain and largest city in the country, located in the center of Spain.
Note: Madrid was the scene of fighting between the Loyalists and rebel forces of Francisco Franco during the Spanish Civil War; the city was greatly damaged.
Note: Madrid is the home of an outstanding art museum, the Museo del Prado.
Constitutional monarchy in southwestern Europe, consisting of the Spanish mainland (bordered to the northwest by France and to the west by Portugal), the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Its capital and largest city is Madrid.
Note: During the sixteenth century, Spain was the greatest world power. Its success was based partially on the riches it acquired in the New World (see Latin America and South America).
Note: The destruction of the Spanish Armada, a fleet sent to conquer England in 1588, marked the beginning of the decline of Spanish power.
Note: In the Spanish-American War, the United States defeated Spain, freed Cuba from Spanish colonial rule, and seized a number of former Spanish colonies, including Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines.
Note: In the Spanish Civil War, conservatives led by General Francisco Franco overthrew the second Spanish Republic.
Note: The Spanish monarchy was fully restored in 1975 after Franco's death. He had been dictator (see dictatorship) for thirty-six years.
Note: Under King Juan Carlos, Spain has established a political democracy and has been integrated into the European community.
Note: Bullfighting is a popular spectator sport in Spain.
Paul expresses his intention (Rom. 15:24, 28) to visit Spain. There is, however, no evidence that he ever carried it into effect, although some think that he probably did so between his first and second imprisonment. (See TARSHISH.)