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Motril

[maw-treel] /mɔˈtril/
noun
1.
a town in S Spain: resort center.
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  • Trevelez is the other side and the most convenient coming from Malaga by way of Motril.

    The Mediterranean T. G. (Thomas Gray) Bonney, E. A. R. Ball, H. D. Traill, Grant Allen, and Arthur Griffiths
  • Already many mule-teams, heavily laden with merchandise from the coast town of Motril, were wending their laborious way inland.

    Unexplored Spain Abel Chapman
  • Motril said that visits were made only when there was a Jew on board.

  • Already many mule-teams, heavily laden with merchandise from the coast-town of Motril, were wending their laborious way inland.

  • The coast is little indented and none of its three harbours, Almucar, Albuol and Motril, ranks high in commercial importance.

  • "I had business in Motril, Don Antonio," said the goblin driver grinning.

    Rosinante to the Road Again John Dos Passos
  • Far inland, and separated from Motril by the mountain mass, is Baza (13,500).

    Spain Wentworth Webster
  • Its climate is second in its equable range only to that of its coast towns, Motril and Malaga.

    Spain Wentworth Webster
  • At Motril, between Malaga and Almeria, the maximum is 77, and the minimum 52.

    Spain Wentworth Webster

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