2. (spain) a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial powerSource or sample of word "Spain"
3. (Spain (album)) Spain is the second full-length studio album by American rock band Between the Trees, released through Bonded Records on August 11, 2009.Source or sample of word "Spain"
4. (Spain (Auden)) Spain is a poem by W. H. Auden written after his visit to the Spanish Civil War and widely regarded as one of the most important literary works to emerge from that war. It was written and published in 1937.Source or sample of word "Spain"
5. (Spain (Australian rules football National Team)) Australian rules football is played in Europe at an amateur level in a number of countries. The oldest and largest leagues are those in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Denmark, each nation having a number of clubs and organised junior programs.Source or sample of word "Spain"
6. (Spain (band)) Spain are an American rock band, formed in Los Angeles, California in 1993, and led by Josh Haden. Originally comprising Haden, his sister Petra Haden and Evan Hartzell, their debut album The Blue Moods of Spain was released in September 1995. ...Source or sample of word "Spain"
7. (Spain (European Parliament constituency)) In European elections, Spain is a constituency of the European Parliament, currently represented by fifty-four MEPs. It covers the member state of Spain.Source or sample of word "Spain"
8. (Spain (horse)) Spain (foaled 1997 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse who retired as the richest mare in North American racing history.Source or sample of word "Spain"
9. (Spain (song)) Spain is an instrumental jazz fusion composition by jazz pianist and composer Chick Corea. It is probably Corea's most prominent piece, and some would consider it a modern jazz standard.Source or sample of word "Spain"
10. (Spain) (Emil Hübner, "Inscriptiones Hispaniae Christianae," Berlin, 1871; good facsimiles): Abdera: Latin tombstone (Hübner, in "C. I. L." ii. 268, No. 1982). Dertosa (Tortosa): Trilingual tombstone in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin (Hübner, l.c. No. 186). ...Source or sample of word "Spain"
11. (Spain) (Last edited: Friday, 13 November 2009, 11:51 AM)Source or sample of word "Spain"
12. (Spain) 3.3 million hectaresSource or sample of word "Spain"
13. (Spain) A modest producer of cotton, mainly irrigated. Qualifies for EU subsidies.Source or sample of word "Spain"
14. (Spain) Horror films are the biggest draw here. One of the smaller major markets with $10 million a major milestone for the market and very few making it to $20 million or above. Films tend to open big and drop very fast, 50% second weekend drop-offs are common.Source or sample of word "Spain"
15. (Spain) Library of the Escorial, founded in 1575 (one of the principal constituents is the collection of Hurtado de Mendoza, formed at Venice by the ambassador of Philip II), 4927 manuscripts (Codices Escorialenses).Source or sample of word "Spain"
16. (Spain) Modern nation with constitution proclaimed in 1812, forming majority of the Iberian peninsula. Initially unified under Ferdinand and Isabella upon conquest of Muslim kingdom of Granada in 1492.Source or sample of word "Spain"
17. (Spain) One of 60 nations believed to have al Qaeda cells active.Source or sample of word "Spain"
18. (Spain) Paul expresses his intention (Rom 15:24, Rom 15:28) 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.)Source or sample of word "Spain"
19. (Spain) St. James the Greater. (Died 44.)Source or sample of word "Spain"
20. (Spain) [Espa(in)gne, Spayn(e), Spyan]Source or sample of word "Spain"
21. (Spain) at Flags of the WorldSource or sample of word "Spain"
22. (Spain) called "cava" after the caves where the wine is stored. Produced in the region of Catalunya in Spain. Many say it's the closest rival to the French stuff!Source or sample of word "Spain"
23. (Spain) churros (a deep-fried sweet dough, much like a doughnut, that is coated with confectioners' sugar or a cinnamon/sugar mixture when still hot.)Source or sample of word "Spain"
24. (Spain) spāññaya - ස්පාඤ්ඤයSource or sample of word "Spain"
25. Antena 3 (Spain) · Telecinco · La SextaSource or sample of word "Spain"
26. Spain is located in Southern Europe. The capital of Spain is Madrid. Spain is the oldest European producer of handmade rugs. Today, Spain is one of few European countries, which still produces handmade rugs. ...Source or sample of word "Spain"