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And at last, from every side, the victorious armies of the Revolution would close in on the City of Mexico itself, Diaz's last stronghold.
To think that the freedom of Mexico should stand or fall on a few paltry thousands of dollars," said Paulino Vera.
Then, plunging into the Gulf of Mexico, it subtends the arc formed by the coast of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana; then skirting Texas, off which it cuts an angle, it continues its course over Mexico, crosses the Sonora, Old California, and loses itself in the Pacific Ocean.
No, my friends, we have not fallen back upon the earth; no, nor are we submerged in the Gulf of Mexico.
In some countries, foreigners and natives are as differently affected by certain contagious disorders as if they had been different animals; of which fact some instances have occurred in Chile; and, according to Humboldt, in Mexico (Polit.
I only came back from Mexico last month, and I very soon got fed up with life in town.
If this rule were always observed; if no man allowed any pursuit whatsoever to interfere with the tranquillity of his domestic affections, Greece had not been enslaved, Caesar would have spared his country, America would have been discovered more gradually, and the empires of Mexico and Peru had not been destroyed.
That's the way the Spaniards came up from Mexico, building missions as they came and converting the Indians"
There was a war on at the time in Mexico or somewhere, and we had it backed off the front page so far that it was over before it could get back.
The general character of the United States, of the Canadas, and of Mexico, is that of luxuriant fertility.
Operator and equity details for major crude oil assets in Mexico.
The loss marked the fourth consecutive World Cup that Mexico has exited in the second round, each one excruciating.
Without reforms Mexico cannot grow," says Cesar Flores Esquivel, executive president of the Mexican Association of the Automobile Industry (AMIA).
So successful has Fox been at avoiding destabilizing events that Washington has basically been able to forget about Mexico.