American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cruz, Juana Inés de la 1648?-1695. Mexican nun and poet noted for her love lyrics, courtly tributes, satires, and plays as well as theological writings on the role of women in the Roman Catholic church.
“Last Stop Salina Cruz is an excellent debut novel with an assured and at times brilliant grasp of language, although its inexhaustible misanthropy and negativism can sometimes drag the reader into the abyss.”
“Freedom 21 Santa Cruz is a freedom policy center that celebrates the principles of self governance and individual liberty which inspired the Declaration of Independence.”
“Santa Cruz is a small bay on which the original fishing village of Santa Cruz was located.”
“Salina Cruz is about the single most butt ugly town on the planet.”
“To the untrained eye, Santa Cruz is a dot on the map with a rocky beach, no place to spend the night, and slim pickings for eating out.”
“Vera Cruz is a party every night and the malecon is also fun on weekend nights as well.”
“Set back only a mile from the marina and bayfront of Santa Cruz is my home town, La Crucecita.”
“As the writers of OUTSIDE magazine noted, "Attention bikers: the trip up to Iglesia de Santa Cruz is a thigh-burner, but the downhill is a screamer!!”
“Santa Cruz is a small, pretty, town with bungalows for rent, and the site of a shrimp hatchery, operated by a consortium of Mexican, American and Thai businessmen.”
“About two in the morning we returned to Mexico, and as I this moment receive a note from the American minister, informing me that the packet from Vera Cruz is about to sail, I shall send off my letters now; and should we still be here next year, I shall then give you a more detailed description of the fête, of the ball, both at Calvario and in the cock-pit, and also of the "high life below stairs" gambling, at which the scenes are impayable.”
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