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Iberian in Geography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishIberianI‧be‧ri‧an /aɪˈbɪəriən $ -ˈbɪr-/ adjective  SANSGrelating to Spain or Portugal, or its peopleSpanish the Iberian peninsula
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IberianThey decided to rewrite several accounting policies at Iberian.Third, the customers themselves were familiar with Iberian.Research suggests there are fewer than 650 Iberian lynx left in the wild.Here I simply introduce them to you and describe how Iberian managers ran afoul of them. 1.Think back to the story of Iberian Motors in Chapter One.As the story illustrates, however the biases did not fit the challenge of managing performance and change at Iberian Motors.The Roman past lay more heavily over the Iberian peninsula.