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OAXOaxaca
OAXOaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico - Xoxocotlan (Airport Code)
OAXOriented API (Application Programming Interface) for XML (Extensible Markup Language)
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In addition to examining the differences and similarities of women in Oaxaca, the book explores "gender relations in ritual, weaving production and marketing, local politics, and families" (p.
Metrolink owns the rail lines its commuter trains run on but shares them with passenger and freight trains, Oaxaca said.
She wanted to study, and managed to do so after working for several years as a domestic and as a street hawker in Salina Cruz, an Oaxaca city of 800,000 people.
Help was provided by authorities of the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Biosphere Reserve, and the community authorities of Santa Maria Tecomavaca and San Jose del Chilar, Oaxaca.
At these heights you work up an appetite fast, which is just as well because Oaxaca is the foodie capital of Latin America.
In about 500 BC, the largest indigenous group in the area, the Zapotecs, founded what is believed to be the Americas' earliest metropolis on the Monte Alban hilltop just southwest of present-day Oaxaca city.
There is already a McDonald's on the outskirts of Oaxaca," says PRO-OAX's Luisa Arrellanes.
In cities like Oaxaca these same altars are ubiquitous, appearing in places expected and unexpected: churches, schools, markets, hotels, restaurants, humble shops, large places of business.
The evaluation was based on the three sketches, the armature expressed "body language," the artistry with papier-mache, the colors being consistent with typical Oaxaca animal figures, and the ornate details of each figure.
To the Editor: Since the first two cases of human gnathostomosis in Mexico were reported in 1970 (1), [is greater than] 1,500 cases have been reported in Nayarit, Sinaloa, Oaxaca, Guerrero, Veracruz, and Tamaulipas states (2).
As part of a long-term project examining the Classic-Postclassic (AD 200-1520) domestic economy in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, we have completed intensive mapping and surface survey at three large, hilltop terrace sites in eastern Tlacolula: Guirun (Saville 1900; 1909), El Palmillo and the Mitla Fortress (Holmes 1897).
The five, two men and three women, died as the quake struck the southern state of Oaxaca.