American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An area on the northern bank of the Rio Grande near El Paso, Texas. It became part of the United States after the river shifted course in the 19th century and was returned to Mexico in 1963.
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“The Mexican Water Boundary Commission has adjusted all matters submitted to it to the satisfaction of both Governments save in three important cases -- that of the "Chamizal" at El Paso, Tex., where the two commissioners failed to agree, and wherein, for this case only, this”
“Rick Perry calling Texas the anvil to Mexico's hammer in a brief news conference at the Chamizal Memorial on Tuesday.”
“[She recently had her first showing at the Chamizal National Memorial where her rugs were a big hit]”
“In the interest of the people and city of El Paso this Government has been assiduous in its efforts to bring to an early settlement the long-standing Chamizal dispute with Mexico.”
“Our arbitration of the Chamizal boundary question with Mexico was unfortunately abortive, but with the earnest efforts on the part of both”
“Franklin High School is the only school that is allowed to use the Chamizal Theater for this event.”
“Zion National Park, El Paso's El Chamizal Ampitheater, Santa Fe's Greer Garson Theater,”
“Directions to Chamizal From West El Paso to the Chamizal 1.”
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