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a city in SE Spain.
Historical Examples

The Albacete dagger was driven deep between the shoulder-blades.
The Firebrand S. R. Crockett

Albacete , a province in Spain, with a capital of same name, 173 m. SE.
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood

Garcia and his wife were making preparations to go to the great fair at Albacete.
Poor Folk in Spain Jan Gordon

The rainfall averages about 12½ inches on the coast, but varies greatly; at Albacete it is said to average 13 inches.
Spain Wentworth Webster

And if we fight, our custom is to do it with a couple of Albacete knives before half the town, and be done with it.
The Firebrand S. R. Crockett

And, as he spoke, he instinctively opened and shut his long Albacete knife.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, No. 382, October 1847 Various

These two were trudging behind, their long Albacete knives in their hands, ready for any attempt to escape.
The White Plumes of Navarre Samuel Rutherford Crockett

Among the tempting wares of Seville are Albacete knives, with gorgeous handles of inlaid ebony, tortoise, or ivory.
Spanish Highways and Byways Katharine Lee Bates

a city in SE Spain: metal goods manufacturing. Pop: 155 142 (2003 est)


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