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According to CNN, Aztec Police Chief Mike Heal said, "Two people and a shooter were shot in an incident at Aztec High School in Aztec, New Mexico.
The Aztec UltraGrind concrete grinder and polisher is a propane-powered, easy to use, rugged concrete grinder and polisher that dramatically increases efficiency by eliminating clumsy power extension cables and expensive power generators.
Perhaps the most difficult element of Aztec society to comprehend is the sacrifice of children.
But nuanced narratives of the collapse of the Aztec empire distribute the blame more equally between the conquerors and the vanquished.
In addition, Aztec recently commissioned a thru air drum dryer for a major tier one manufacturer of needlepunched nonwovens for the automotive sector.
After a scoreless third period, the Aztecs scored on their first possession of the fourth quarter to break a 16-16 deadlock.
IN OCTOBER of this year, visitors to the Field Museum in Chicago will have the opportunity to view a never-before-seen exhibit about Mexico's ancient Aztec civilization.
King Cuauhtemoc, the last Aztec emperor, was defeated by the Spanish Army in 1521.
Archaeologists recently unearthed the ruins of an 800-year-old Aztec pyramid in the heart of the Mexican capital.
The Aztec Corporation has been retained by 7-Eleven, Inc.
Any student of early Spanish history or Aztec history must take a look at AZTECS & CONQUISTADORES: THE SPANISH INVASION & THE COLLAPSE OF THE AZTEC EMPIRE, which surveys the impact the Spanish conquests had on world history.