American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of west-central Mexico west-northwest of Mexico City. At an altitude of more than 1,525 m (5,000 ft), it is noted for its glassware and pottery. Population: 1,600,000.
- n. a city in southwestern Mexico; a popular health resort and site of architecture from the Spanish colonial era
- From Arabic وادي الحجارة (wādi al-ħajāra), "valley of stones". (Wiktionary)
“GUADALAJARA - Ay, ay, ay, ay! Guadalajara finally boasts the world's biggest mariachi band.”
“Even on cold days, the sunshine in Guadalajara is wonderful.”
“If you do want to repair it, the authorised Canon service centre in Guadalajara is Laboratorios Julio at Av. Vallarta #1502 (tel: 333-616-2649).”
“The grandest of the Mexican markets in Los Angeles is called Tapatio, the name Guadalajara residents call each other, and so is the most popular Mexican hot sauce.”
“And, at one point, we know he came very close to family members that we knew that had in the town of Guadalajara, which is northwest of Mexico City, a few days after he was reported to have been seen there.”
“Rumor has it he's planning on opening a casino in Las Vegas called Guadalajara, Guadalajara.”
“Near Gibraltar is a fuimara called Guadalajara i.e. Wady al-Khara, of dung.”
“Just north of Guadalajara, which is about 60 km (40 miles) northeast of Madrid in the autonomous region of Castilla-La Mancha, lies the sprawling Valdeluz housing development, another example of the boom-to-bust fate of Spain's property sector.”
“Many of its players have already acclimatized to playing at altitude, growing up at 7,400 feet in Mexico City or Guadalajara, which is located on a plateau at 5,000 feet.”
“My first taste of the real stuff came in the country-club surroundings of the Hotel Camino Real in Guadalajara, which is the second most populous city in Mexico, after Mexico City.”
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