BAKERSFIELD, CA (Spanish only), Rabobank Arena, 1001 Truxtun Ave. ... BAKERSFIELD, CA (Spanish only), Rabobank Arena, 1001 Truxtun Ave.
w06 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2006
BAKERSFIELD, CA (Spanish only), Centennial Garden Arena, 1001 Truxtun Ave. ... FORT WORTH, TX (Spanish only), Convention Center, 1111 Houston St.
w05 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2005
BEAUMONT, TX (Spanish only), Civic Center Arena, 701 Main St. ... BEAUMONT, TX (Spanish only), Civic Center Arena, 701 Main St.
w04 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2004
LONG BEACH, CA (Spanish only), Long Beach Convention Center Arena, 300 E. ... LONG BEACH, CA (Spanish only), Long Beach Convention Center Arena, 300 E.
w03 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2003
TUCSON, AZ (Spanish only), Convention Center, 260 S. ... AMARILLO, TX (Spanish only), Civic Center Coliseum, 3rd Buchanan Sts.
w02 2/15 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2002
SAN DIEGO, CA (Spanish only), Qualcomm Stadium, 9449 Friars Rd. ... TUCSON, AZ (Spanish only), Convention Center, 260 S.
w01 2/15 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2001
LONG BEACH, CA (Spanish only), Long Beach Convention Center Arena, 300 E. ... BAKERSFIELD, CA (Spanish only), Centennial Garden Arena, 1001 Truxtun Ave.
w00 2/15 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2000
SPANISH June 25-27, July 9-11 ... SPANISH July 30–August 1
w10 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2010
SPANISH July 10-12 ... SPANISH July 31–August 2
w09 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2009
SPANISH July 11-13 ... SPANISH July 11-13
w08 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2008
Spanish July 27-29, August 3-5 ... Spanish July 6-8
w07 3/1 pp. 30-31 - The Watchtower—2007
The Spanish Armada—A Voyage to Tragedy ... “To them the clash of the English and Spanish fleets in the Channel was,” explains the book The Defeat of the Spanish Armada, “a final struggle to the death between the forces of light and the forces of darkness.”
g 8/07 pp. 24-27 - Awake!—2007
Early Spanish Christians produced several Latin translations known collectively as the Vetus Latina Hispana. ... SPANISH VERSIONS APPEARED
w14 3/1 pp. 12-15 - The Watchtower—2014
GROWTH IN THE SPANISH FIELD ... One outstanding area of spiritual growth among Jehovah’s people in Belize has been among Spanish-speaking people.
yb10 pp. 200-255 - Yearbook—2010
Yet, in the midst of this bloody era, a Spanish king tried to bring some sanity to the world. ... By translating important Arabic works into Latin and Spanish.
g 1/07 pp. 12-14 - Awake!—2007
While the Pacific populace comprises mainly Spanish-speaking mestizos, descendants of Spanish and indigenous peoples, the Caribbean region is decidedly multiethnic.
yb03 pp. 66-149 - Yearbook—2003
dx86-13 - Index 1986-2013
It is part of a proclamation known as the Requirement, el Requerimiento in Spanish, that during part of the 16th century, Spanish conquistadores had to read aloud when they landed in the Americas for the purpose of conquest.
g 6/13 pp. 14-15 - Awake!—2013
In 1588, King Philip of Spain sent a fleet of ships, known as the Spanish Armada, to invade England. ... The Spanish fleet entered the English Channel and was met by a fleet of English ships.
g 6/11 pp. 24-25 - Awake!—2011
Across the river lies the Spanish city of Tui, with a cathedral that looks suspiciously like a fortress. ... It is a place of worship—a Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses—shared by Spanish and Portuguese congregations of Witnesses.
w12 1/1 pp. 12-15 - The Watchtower—2012
Franquesa-Solé (Spanish): w88 4/1 18-19 ... Reina (Spanish): w96 6/1 30; w92 6/15 9
dx86-13 - Index 1986-2013
Later, as his Spanish improved, he spread the seed of God’s Word in 14 of the 22 provinces of Argentina, concentrating his efforts on the northern half of the country. ... The report for 1930 shows that hundreds of thousands of pieces of literature were distributed not only in German, Greek, and Spanish but also in Arabic, Armenian, Croatian, English, French, Hungarian, Italian, Lettish, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Ukrainian, and Yiddish.
yb01 pp. 148-223 - Yearbook—2001
Although the Aztec empire fell with the Spanish
conquest of Tenochtitlán in 1521, the language of the Aztecs, Nahuatl, is by no means dead.* ...
In 1487, on the occasion of the dedication of the great pyramid temple of Tenochtitlán, over 80,000 victims were sacrificed in a period of four days, according to Spanish
friar Diego Durán.
w12 3/1 pp. 13-15 - The Watchtower—2012
For years English privateers had been looting Spanish ships and ports and challenging its colonial supremacy. ... To add insult to injury, Elizabeth supported the Dutch in their struggle for independence from Spanish rule.
g 1/10 pp. 19-22 - Awake!—2010
RAFAEL ALBERTI, SPANISH POET. ... The spectacle is further enhanced by traditional Spanish music and the riders’ 18th-century costumes.
g05 5/22 pp. 15-17 - Awake!—2005
Although Dutch is the official language and English and Spanish are widely used in the business sector, Papiamento is the native tongue. ... Over the years, the language was influenced by Dutch, Spanish, English, and French.
yb02 pp. 66-117 - Yearbook—2002
In 1567, during the period when resistance to Spanish rule was increasing in the Low Countries, Spain’s King Philip II sent the Duke of Alba to serve as governor there. ... He was assisted by Spanish, Belgian, and French linguists.
w06 11/15 pp. 14-16 - The Watchtower—2006
The Spanish Christmas ... Since the 13th century, the Nativity scene has been one of the most familiar aspects of Spanish celebrations.
w04 12/15 pp. 3-4 - The Watchtower—2004
Though he spoke no Spanish and the pioneers no Romanian, he accepted the Require brochure in his language. ... Within a few weeks, he was attending all of the congregation meetings and began to offer simple comments in Spanish.
yb07 pp. 6-30 - Yearbook—2007
IN THE year 1493, a flotilla of at least 17 ships sailed from the Spanish city of Cádiz. ... Following this historic journey, another Spanish city, Seville, came to be a gateway to the New World.
g03 7/22 pp. 14-17 - Awake!—2003
Later Spanish kings also embellished the city, creating a unique connection between Madrid and the monarchy. ... Over the centuries, Spanish kings promoted or financed the construction of many of the capital’s stately buildings.
g03 6/22 pp. 23-27 - Awake!—2003
He was an elderly, Spanish-speaking man named Esteban Rivera. ... In time, we had about 60 attending Spanish-language meetings in the San Jose Kingdom Hall.
w01 1/1 pp. 23-27 - The Watchtower—2001
The Spanish Inquisition was at its height, and the Catholic Church venerated the Latin Vulgate translation as the only “authorized” version of the Bible. ... The Encyclopædia Britannica explains: “With its large Muslim and Jewish populations, medieval Spain was the only multiracial and multireligious country in western Europe, and much of the development of Spanish civilization in religion, literature, art, and architecture during the later Middle Ages stemmed from this fact.”
w11 12/1 pp. 18-21 - The Watchtower—2011
The conquistadores, as the Spanish adventurers were called, had a twofold objective: the acquisition of new land and riches and the conversion of the Maya to Catholicism in order to free them from barbaric pagan practices. ... Did the Spanish conquest bring true freedom, religious or otherwise, to the Maya?
w08 12/1 pp. 13-15 - The Watchtower—2008
ON November 19, 1493, Christopher Columbus, with a flotilla of Spanish ships, arrived in the bay of a lush Caribbean island. ... Though the island itself held little mineral wealth, the Spanish soon recognized that Puerto Rico’s main harbor was a valuable asset.
g 10/08 pp. 14-17 - Awake!—2008
These circumstances gave rise to the name by which the disease would forever be known—the Spanish flu. ... The majority of those who died of the Spanish flu were between 20 and 40 years of age.
g05 12/22 pp. 4-6 - Awake!—2005
More than 1,000,000 of the indigenous people do not speak Spanish, Mexico’s official language. ... And of those who speak Spanish, many can more readily learn Bible truth in their own language.
w04 8/15 pp. 8-11 - The Watchtower—2004
Shortly after his arrival, he started to translate the “New Testament” into the Spanish Gypsy tongue, Gitano. ... He would read to them the Spanish version and then ask them to translate it for him.
w04 8/15 pp. 27-29 - The Watchtower—2004
The next four most spoken languages, not necessarily in this order, are English, Spanish, Hindi, and Bengali. ... For instance, through its many words of Arabic origin, Spanish, considered a modified version of Latin, retains a record of the eighth-century Muslim conquest of Spanish territory.
g00 8/8 pp. 11-13 - Awake!—2000
This tribe lived here long before the Spanish colonization. ... In addition to the indigenous Witnesses, 20 other publishers preached the Kingdom good news there in Spanish.
w07 4/15 pp. 16-18 - The Watchtower—2007