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evergreen tree with large leathery leaves and large pink to orange flowers

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Headquartered in Montezuma, Iowa, this family-owned company will be moving to a 200,000-square-foot warehouse in nearby Grinnell.
Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot are located in the Verde Valley, northeastern Yavapai County, Arizona, and are characterized by semidesert grassland habitat.
Indigenous Mexicans have repeatedly demanded the return of the "sacred crown of Montezuma.
The facility, an approximately 120,000 square-foot building, located at 261 Hamilton Road in Montezuma, is the former site of Evergreen Composite Technologies a composite wood manufacturing plant.
Bahraini Yasser Fadhel Hammadi, 16, will leave for Montezuma, New Mexico, in August, after the newly-formed local UWC selection committee deemed him the most worthy recipient of the hotly-contested grant.
Boston, Fleischmann's, the 99 schnapps line, the di Amore line, Chi-Chi's pre-mixed cocktail line and Montezuma Tequila, in addition to many other brands representing a volume of more than 10 million cases in fiscal 2008, with net sales of approximately $200 million.
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Ironies and turnarounds are the meat of this delicate folkie cure clumsy rocker, Reagan lover cum Bush basher, mocker of welfare mothers (they "make better lovers") and lamenter of the plight of the homeless, a man who gets angry over Kent State and wistful over Montezuma, writer of the git-r-done post-Flight 93 "Let's Roll" (which advises, in phrases that could have come straight from a Bush foreign policy powwow: "No time for indecision/We got to make a move .
He has also made a number of guest appearances on the small screen, popping up in Urban Gothic, T-Bag and the Sunstones of Montezuma and The Bill.
A MONTEZUMA was the last emperor of the Aztecs (1502-1520) during the Spanish conquest of Mexico.
Nine miles from Malpais is the popular small town of Montezuma.
Don Hernan Cortes first tasted cacao or 'Xocolatl' (coined by the Aztecs), later renamed 'Chocolatl' (Chocol = hot + atl = water) by the Spaniards, when Emperor Montezuma entertained conquistadors in the early 1520s.
Among the trees shown in the book: Tule, Mexico's monster Montezuma cypress; a gum tree with a steel-spiked spiral staircase that reaches 207 feet from base to canopy; and Dr.
Legend has it that Montezuma had the plants brought into what is now Mexico City by caravan because they don't grow in high altitudes.
Montezuma II, the Aztec emperor, believed at first that Cortes might be this god of legend, and gave him lavish gifts.