from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A state of Mexico.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A title, denoting a Spanish nobleman of the lower class.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Spain, a man belonging to the lower nobility; a gentleman by birth.
This town in Hidalgo is still having cases and deaths turn up thus schools are still closed until May 18th.
On the north edge of Plaza Hidalgo is the Castle of Cortes (*), where the Spanish conquistador Cortes lived when woods and water separated this area from the Mexico City zocalo.
You cross the river to Hidalgo, which isn't much, and come due north and you hit Falfurrias.
His dress belonged to the part of a Spanish nobleman, personated by him in a Play called The Hidalgo Enraged, he said, pointing a thumb over his shoulder at the melancholy door, behind which gay scenes had sparkled.
Directed by Joe Johnston ( "Hidalgo," "October Sky," "The Rocketeer"), the movie is scary only as regards all its wasted potential — the color-drained, unnerving look; the inky black accents; the deliberate pacing; the occasional hint that the director understands the potency of implication.
-- Rebecca SinderbrandWesterns: Riding Into the SunsetDespite a solid $19 million opening weekend in the United States for Viggo Mortensen's "Hidalgo," the last Old West drama to gross more than $100 million was Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven," 12 years ago.
"In general, they're not one of the top players in the international markets at all," says Dick Cook, chairman of Disney Studios, which released "Hidalgo" and Kevin Costner's "Open Range" last year.
Despite a solid $19 million opening weekend for Viggo Mortensen's "Hidalgo," the last Old West drama to gross more than $100 million was Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven," 12 years ago.
SIGESMUND: Yes, "Hidalgo," it stars Viggo Mortensen, the guy, of course, from "Lord of the Rings."
And new on DVD this week is "Hidalgo," starring Viggo Mortensen, as a man who travels the country with his horse.
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