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Definition of the noun Evora

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Evora is a genus of Tortricidae, described by Heinrich in 1926.

Evora is a genus of Olethreutini.

Places

  1. Evora a.k.a. Évora is a city and a municipality in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 56,596, in an area of 1307.08 km². It is the seat of the Évora District and capital of the Alentejo region. The present Mayor is Carlos Pinto de Sá of the CDU coalition. The municipal holiday is 29 June.
  2. Evora a.k.a. Évora District is located in Alentejo, in southern Portugal. The district capital is the city of Évora.

Music

"Evora" is a composition, cataloged instance.

Film

"Evora" is a short film, directed by Mark John Ostrowski.

Miscellanea

  1. Evora is a genus of moths belonging to the subfamily Olethreutinae of the family Tortricidae.
  2. Evora is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.

Phrases with Evora

  1. Evora Hemidesma
  2. Genus Evora

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Evora

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Google previewAlgarve (2008)

by Jane O'Callaghan

EVORA Culturally, historically and politically important for centuries, Evora is a must-see on any itinerary. During the Middle Ages it was a centre of scholarship and the arts, attracting painters, architects, sculptors and writers ...

Google previewA universal Gazetteer; or geographical dictionary of the World. Founded on the works of Brookes and Walker, etc (1835)

by George LANDMANN (C.E.)

Evora is the capital. ALENçoN, a city of France, capital of the department Orne, seated on the Sarte, 30 m N by w Mans, and 87 wsw Paris: the manufacture of lace considerable: Lg. 0.1 E, Lt. 48.26 N. ALEPro, Asia, Turkey, the capital of Syria, ...

Google previewA Geographical and Historical View of the World (1812)

Exhibiting a Complete Delineation of Natural and Artificial Features of Each Country; and a Succinct Narrative of the Origin of the Different Nations, Their Political Revolutions, and Progress in Arts, Sciences, Literature, Commerce, &c ... by John Bigland, Jedidiah Morse

Evora is an ancient town, famous for having,r been the residence 'of Viriatus and Sertorius, those brave Lusita-_ nians celebrated in Roman History. It'now contains about 12,000 inhabitants, with the enormous proportion of twentythree ...

Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Cheeses of the World (2008)

by Jeanette Hurt, Steve Ehlers

Evora is a firm sheep's milk cheese that is made in the Alentejo region of Portugal . It has a fruity and salty taste but an acidic finish. The longer it is aged, the more " sheepy" its taste becomes. Portuguese cheese, though typically produced in ...

Google previewAn Historical and Chronological Déduction of the Origin of Commerce (1787)

by Adam Anderson, Combe

Evora is an in'land city with an university; having about twelve thousand inhabitants, five ...

Google previewAn Historical And Chronological Deduction Of The Origin Of Commerce, From the Earliest Accounts (1787)

Containing An History Of The Great Commercial Interests Of The British Empire. To Which Is Prefixed, An Introduction, Exhibiting A View Of The Ancient And Modern State Of Europe ... by Adam Anderson

Evora is an inland city with an university; having about twelve thousand inhabitants, five churches and several hospitals and convents. 3 p * 10. Eslre- 10.

Google previewUltimate Food Journeys (2011)

The World's Best Dishes and Where to Eat Them

Evora is the single most interesting destination in the Alentejo and it's also convenient for the nearby carpet—making town of Arraiolos and the elegant “ marble towns" of Estremoz, Borba, and Vila Vicosa. MORNING Visit the daily Mercado ...

Google previewThe General Gazetteer (1820)

Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary : Containing a Description of the Empires, Kingdoms ... in the Known World : with the Extent, Boundaries, and Natural Productions of Each Country ...

Evora is the capital. Atencon, a city of France, capital of the department of Orne. The manufacture of lace is considerable. Near it are stone quarries, in which are found a sort of crystal like Bristol stones. It is seated on the Sarte, SO ru N by w ...

Google previewA universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world (1835)

by George Thomas Landmann

Evora is the capital. Ai.ENcnx, a city of France, capital of the department Orne, seated on the Sarte, 30 m N by w Sinus, and 87 wsw Paris: the manufacture of lace considerable: Lg. 0. 1 E, Lt. 40.26 N. Al.Erro, Asia, Turkey, the capital of Syria, ...

Google previewGuy's School Geography ... Illustrated with maps. Twelfth edition, etc (1860)

by Joseph GUY (the Elder.), William C. Stafford

Evora is an ancient town, ...

Google previewA General Gazetteer ... Illustrated with maps ... The fifteenth edition, with considerable additions and improvements (1820)

by Richard BROOKES (M.D.)

Evora is the capital. Alencon, a city of France, capital of the department of Orne. The manufacture of lace is considerable. Near it are stone quarries, in which are found a sort of crystal like Bristol stones. It is seated on the Sarte, 3C m N by w ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1910)

a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm

Evora is the see of an archbishop, and has several churches, convents and hospitals, barracks, a diocesan school and a museum. A university, founded in 1550, was abolished on the expulsion of the Jesuits in the 18th century. The cathedral ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædia britannica (1910)

a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm

Evora is the see of an archbishop, and has several churches, convents and hospitals, barracks, a diocesan school and a museum. A university, founded in 1550, was abolished on the expulsion of the Jesuits in the 18th century. The cathedral ...

Google previewAn Historical and Chronological Deduction of the Origin of Commerce, from the Earlist Accounts to the Present Time. - London, A. Miller 1764 (1764)

Evora is an inland City, with an Univerfity ; having about 12,ooo Inhabitants, five Churches, and feveral Hofpitals and Convents. - 1o. Estremos, a strong Town, having about 6,5oo Inhabitants, three Churches, fix Convents, and an Hospital. 1 1.

Google previewAn historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce (1787)

from the earliest accounts. Containing an history of the great commercial interests of the British Empire. To which is prefixed an introduction, exhibiting a view of the ancient and modern state of Europe; of the importance of our colonies; and of the commerce, shipping, manufactures, fisheries, &c., of Great-Britain and Ireland; and their influence on the landed interest. With an appendix, containing the modern politico-commercial geography of the several countries of Europe. Carefully rev., cor. and continued to the present time ... by Adam Anderson

Evora is an inland city with an university; having about twelve thousand inhabitants, five churches and several hospitals and convents. 3 P 2 10 . Estrc- 10.

Google previewThe New World (1842)

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EvoRA is a small city, walled, but not regularly fortified, and could not sustain a siege of a day, it has five gates: before that." southwest is the principal promenade of its inhabitants; the fir" St. John's Day is likewise held there; the houses are in ...

Google previewThe Celtic Encyclopedia (1998)

by Harry Mountain

NAME Belhoa Menhir TYPE standing stone REGION Evora - N of Monsaraz near Guadiana river REMARKS The menhir is noted for its carvings, though the lower part was broken and has been reconstructed. NAME Dolmen of Zambujeiro ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Geography, ancient and modern, etc (1834)

by Josiah CONDER (Editor of “The Patriot.”.)

Evora, though not so large as Oporto ...

Google previewThe Star Trek Encyclopedia (2011)

by Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda, Debbie Mirek

Evora. Technologically advanced civilization. The Evora achieved interstellar travel capability in 2374 and were invited to become a Federation protectorate a year later. A diplomatic reception for an Evoran delegation was held aboard the ...

Google previewThe Catholic Encyclopedia (1922)

An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles Herbermann

EVORA and hold separate services. In other States a new church constitution has likewise been adopted. curious feature of the Brunswick and MecklenburgSchwerin constitutions is the institution of “bishops as heads of these churches. III.

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Small photo of Portugal, Evora. Church of the Holy Spirit was built of stone and granite influential Catholic Jesuit Order. Entrance to the temple is decorated gallery, the roof of which is supported by five arches.Small photo of The Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos) is one of the best known monuments in Evora, PortugalSmall photo of Sleepy street of Evora - Alentejo, Portugal (stylized retro)Small photo of Agua De Prata Aqueduct in Evora, PortugalSmall photo of EVORA, PORTUGAL - JULY 15: The Cathedral of Evora (Se de Evora) interior on July 15, 2014 in Evora, PortugalSmall photo of street of Evora city in PortugalSmall photo of Ancient ruins of the rRman temple in the old city of Evora, Portugal More...

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