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a member of the Nahuatl people who established an empire in Mexico that was overthrown by Cortes in 1519

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Later, Aztec Mayor Sally Burbridge confirmed that the shooter was killed and said there was no more threat to the community.
The Aztec UltraEdge is a propane-powered concrete grinding ad edging machine.
The final room focused on Spanish colonial violence, embedded in Catholicism, and the decimation wrought on the Aztec population.
Aztec Machinery is located in Ivyland, PA, and is a producer of dryers and ovens for nonwovens, technical textiles and carpets, including thru air drum dryers and ovens, compression-type thermal bonding machines, tenter dryers and ovens and spray bond drying systems.
The Aztecs started fast, scoring on their first two possessions to take a 16-0 lead.
The exhibit mirrors the Aztec people's transformation-between 1325 and 1521--from wandering nomads to an empire that supported 200,000 inhabitants.
Aztec has assisted in the selection of several new locations that have recently opened, including 105-107 East 23rd Street, 1453 3rd Avenue, East 82nd Street, 1594 York Ave and 345 W.
Billed as the largest Mexican independence celebration outside of Mexico, the parade featured crowd favorites: handsome charros riding atop horseback, pretty young women in folklorico skirts, and hypnotic Aztec dancers stepping in unison to rhythmic beats.
The Aztec Calendar Stone, also known as the Sun Stone, is a massive, circular, carved sculpture created by Aztec craftsmen in the middle of the 15th century.
Pulque, the drink of the Aztec gods, is finally going the way of its pagan creators.
Hundreds of years later, King Moctezuma II was having a tissy-fit about a ragged bunch of Spaniards making their way toward the Aztec capital from the coast.
A collection of Aztec treasures has proved to be one of the most popular exhibitions ever staged in Britain, new figures revealed yesterday.
Those maps have absolutely nothing to do with the Aztec tribe of Mexico, and the Spaniards were certainly not Aztec.