Orizaba


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a city of east central Mexico (west of Veracruz)

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Madre de Fernanda Rubi Salcedo Jimenez, de 21 anos, plagiada por cuatro hombres mientras departia en un bar en Orizaba, en septiembre de 2012, Araceli sostiene que la dimension de las desapariciones y su vinculacion con la trata de personas, sobre todo en el caso de jovenes, no se ha dimensionado en la entidad ni se ha abordado de forma adecuada "por los grandes intereses economicos y politicos implicados".
The Paris-based organization Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF) also issued a strongly worded statement decrying the death of the journalist on the day her body was discovered: "[RSF] is appalled to learn that the body of Anabel Flores Salazar, a crime reporter for the El Sol de Orizaba newspaper, was found on the Cuacnopalan-Oaxaca road in Puebla state yesterday, a day after the 32-year-old mother was abducted from her home in neighboring Veracruz state.
A comienzos del siglo XVIII la cabecera de la republica de indios de Orizaba enfrentaba una situacion compleja.
Watch as Bill and Gary resort to using vines and trees as swings to push Ruby through the lush forests - Tarzan-style; witness a possible record-breaking climb over the 14,000-ft high (over 4,260 meters) southeastern Pico De Orizaba Mountain - the tallest in Mexico - which has the reputation of swallowing explorers in its crags; and hold your breath as the trio attempt to navigate across a host of sites where no car has ever gone before, including tackling a volcanic crater lake - rumoured to have been a site of human sacrifice climb and fording the Rio Hardy by raft.
Industry and revolution; social and economic change in the Orizaba Valley, Mexico.
En las semanas que siguieron al 5 de mayo de 1862, las tropas mexicanas hostilizaron a los invasores, que se replegaron hasta Orizaba.
En ese contexto, la villa de Orizaba nos sirve aqui para analizar ese cambio, con todas las particularidades propias del mundo hispanico, esto es, en un pais en que no existia todavia digamos, diversidad religiosa alguna, y donde consecuentemente el catolicismo de la Reforma tridentina marcaba de manera profunda los espacios urbanos en todos sus sentidos.
She contrasts Xalapa's development with that of the neighboring rival city Orizaba, whose residents she concludes were far more provincial and inward looking.
Dirzo 2087 (ENCB, MEXU); municipio de Nogales,1-2 km despues de Nogales, sobre la carretera de cuota Orizaba - Puebla, 1350 m, 23.
La zona de Tehuacan en el estado de Puebla, Mexico, ha sustentado el desarrollo economico de la industria, agricultura, ganaderia y turismo, mediante el aprovechamiento del agua subterranea, que es alimentada principalmente por flujos regionales provenientes de los deshielos del Parque Nacional Pico de Orizaba, que
Como hemos dicho en diversos trabajos, para la epoca que nos ocupa Orizaba era una parroquia de unos diez mil habitantes que se destacaba por contar con numerosas corporaciones religiosas: tres conventos, dos congregaciones de clerigos, una veintena de cofradias y archicofradias, etcetera.
12: 369-370 [Holotype: male, Mexico: Veracruz: Orizaba (F.
In 1986, at the age of 21, he had an accident on Mexico's Mount Orizaba that left him with a broken neck and without the use of his left arm.
The Hart Crane poems are framed as postcards from Havana the day before he leaped overboard to his death from the Orizaba, and they are among the best in the book:
12 3 5 4 NEWSBOY'S RATING 7 ORIZABA 9-0 1514-3 (9) 7 S Suroor (G, Gf, EW).