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an elaborate party (often outdoors)

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Fiesta Mart acquired 11 Minyard Food Stores in the Dallas/Ft.
Launched in 1976, the Fiesta has led the small car segment in the UK for 27 of its 37 years and has been Britain's best-selling car since 2009 when it overtook its Focus stablemate.
Fiestas are actually celebrated all year round, to coincide with the feast day of various saints in the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar.
All Fiestas come with seven air bags, including one for the driver's knee to help keep the driver properly positioned in a frontal collision.
MOTORISTS bought a new Ford Fiesta every two minutes on average last year, making it the best-selling small car in Europe.
The figures, from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, show the pair first and second in the sales chart for 2012 to date - the Fiesta in top spot with 34,156 followed by the Focus on 25,373.
launched its locally assembled Ford Fiesta recently, all the top-five automakers on the island have also entered the sub-compact segment.
As Europe's best-selling small car in 2009, 2010 and on track to accomplish the same feat in 2011, the Fiesta is one of Ford's greatest success stories -- appealing to several generations of drivers with its attractive styling, practicality, efficiency and performance, a statement said.
THE Ford Fiesta has become Europe's top-selling car - pushing the Volkswagen Golf into second place in both March, 2010, and year-to-date sales.
Based on the popular Fiesta Zetec-S - with a generous standard specification that includes alloy pedals and Quickclear windscreen - the sporty Fiesta S1600 interior adds heated, stitched leather sports seats with standard side-airbags, leather steering wheel, handbrake cover and gearknob, plus Motorsport-branded floor mats and scuff plates.
The new three and five-door Fiestas have been rolling off production lines in Europe this summer and they have now arrived in the showrooms of your local Northern Ireland Ford dealer.
As a child growing up in the barrios of west Caracas, Venezuela, during the 1950s, Williams Ochoa heard the elders describe the religious fiestas that took place in the rural provinces.