from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The largest city of Ecuador, in the western part of the country near the Gulf of Guayaquil, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean. Founded in 1535, the city was frequently subject to pirate attacks in the 17th century. Population: 1,980,000.
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- proper n. The largest city in Ecuador, and capital of the state of Guayas
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- n. the largest city of Ecuador
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Another economics blogger, Andrés Freire, who is the Director of the Business Promotion Office in Guayaquil, writes that the new taxes will not help with the creation of jobs because there will not be an incentive to open new businesses, thus concentrating the money in a few productive economic sectors.
Rafael Méndez planned to attend the rally that Correa called in Guayaquil on Friday, May 29 in support of his evaluation proposal.
Other people in Guayaquil are still confused whether the IESS or the employer should pay the 12 weeks license in accordance to birthday benefits.
She's seen them in Guayaquil, in Mexico, in Seville ....
Mary had the brass to tell him that she had been in Guayaquil more than once in her job as a tour director and that his hometown was dirty and dangerous.
And right then they were dying forty a day in Guayaquil of Yellow Jack.
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State-owned companies control most of the distribution sector, with the exception of Guayaquil, which is served by a municipal-owned distributor.
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