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Synonyms for aguacate

a pear-shaped tropical fruit with green or blackish skin and rich yellowish pulp enclosing a single large seed

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Still in Havana, Johnnie has invited the reporter he met in Key West for dinner at the now-liberated Cafe Aguacate, presumably so that Johnnie can retell his story of the war.
Berta Oliva, coordinator of the Committee of Relatives of the Detained and Disappeared, accompanied Connolly to Aguacate.
The Spanish conquistadors called the avocado aguacate and the fiery sauce aguacamole, later shortened to guacamole.
Project Description: The goal of the project is to enhance use of biodiversity to improve the livelihood of the residents of Aguacate village within the Moho River watershed in southern Toledo District.
Among these pests, the psyllid Trioza aguacate Hollis & Martin (Hemiptera: Triozidae) was identified and recorded in 1997.
Avocado Gazpacho with Chocolate Chili Oil C Sopa Fria de Aguacate con Aceite de Chiles y Chocolate
A visit to the Sierra de Bahoruco area should produce most of the more elusive endemics, although apparently the road to Aguacate is in no better condition than we found it in 1972.
There will be 52 megawatts when the repairs are finished on the two generators at the Aguacate dam and 48 megawatts from the repairs on Unit I of Jiguey, as well as 50 megawatts from a new plant in Navarrete and the same amount from a new plant in Boca Chica.
The bulk of the contras (a short form of contrarrevolucion)--whom US President Ronald Reagan (1981-1985, 1985-1989) called "freedom fighters"--was the Fuerza Democratica Nicaraguense (FDN), operating from the El Aguacate military base in Honduras, in the southern department of El Paraiso bordering Nicaragua.
military in interrogation, said Alverez Martinez gave the order for Carney's execution in the presence of a CIA officer, known as "Mister Mike" at El Aguacate base, where Nicaraguan contra soldiers were trained.
Last year, avocado producers and exporters from Michoacan surpassed expectations by exporting 6,000 MT of the fruit to the US," said Juan Lopez Lujano, president of the Asociacion de Productores de Aguacate en Michoacan.
Sopa de Tortilla con Chile Pasilla, Queso Fresco y Aguacate
In January 1989, Cerezo's first adjunct Human Rights Ombudsman, Arturo Martinez Galvez, resigned his post after his attempts to investigate the El Aguacate massacre of November 1988 were thwarted by the government.
Pero los hispanos pueden tambien recurrir a otra de a sus frutas favoritas, como el aguacate, para mantenerse saludables.
Genitalia de tres especies de Heilipus Germar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) que danan frutos de aguacate (Persea americana Mill) en Mexico y Costa Rica.