American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The Western Hemisphere. The term was first used by the Italian historian Peter Martyr (1457-1526), whose De Rebus Oceanicis et Novo Orbe (1516) chronicled the discovery of America.
“Artemio de Valle-Arizpe is born in Saltillo, Coahuila.”
“An existing V-8 engine block plant in Ramos Arizpe is also being expanded in order to meet increased demand from General Motors.”
“On the internet it shows a Holiday Inn, in Ramos Arizpe, that is pet friendly.”
“There is a small burg named Huachachil in the apple orchard country up the Los Charcos Canyon (near the summit of the quota from Ramos Arizpe to Matehuala highway).”
“Monterrey periférico and then to Ramón Arizpe (North of Saltillo) where you make your decision as to which way to go on to Puerto Vallarta.”
“Ramos Arizpe becomes a distinguished priest, lawyer, diplomat and politician.”
“On this trip the only cuotas you will have to pay other than those from the border to Ramos Arizpe are the cuotas from Zacatecas to Aguas ($30? pesos) and then the cuotas from Aguas on to Guadalajara but then on the other route you would still have to pay those coutas from Lagos de Mareno on to Guadalajara unless you follow the non-cuota route which Bubba and Esperanza? have posted here before.”
“At Ramos Arizpe you will make the choice to go to Matehuala or Zacatecas.”
“I know people who have had problems with questionable traffic stops in Torreon and Ramos Arizpe, but I have never heard anyone (who travels for business at least) complain about Monclova.”
“Sutton and Burleigh (1939a: 35) remarked that "specimens collected near Ramos Arizpe [in southeastern Coahuila]" proved to be”
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