Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of central Mexico east of Guadalajara. It is the commercial center of a mining and agricultural area. Population: 343,000.

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Examples

  • Here in Irapuato we have cries, but nothing like you describe.

    Crime in Ajijic

  • A friend that taught at Tec de M. in Irapuato quit right in the middle of class for the same reason -- he just walked out and never went back.

    Page 2

  • This will be what I need -- we don't have such a store in Irapuato (at least that I know of). esperanza

    Guayaba jelly/mermelada?

  • This will be what I need -- we don't have such a store in Irapuato (at least that I know of).

    Guayaba jelly/mermelada?

  • Almost exactly the same as Morelia -- inside and out -- here in Irapuato, Guanajuato.

    Temps today in Cuernavaca

  • At TEC here in Irapuato I had a contract that said what I would be paid for the entire semester -- and I had to have a new contract each semester.

    Working in Guadalajara- input please!

  • A few people have dies here in Irapuato, and an intensive-care nurse friend says at his hospital the problem is no longer pre-exisiting conditions -- the mortality is high because many people develop lung damage.

    Guidelines For Flu Vacine

  • I live in Irapuato -- a city of 500,000 with thousands of bilingual people and several universities, etc.

    Sahuayo

  • I think I will check the schools out in Irapuato since that seems a little closer than Leon.

    American already married to Mexican National moving to Mexico

  • The people I know here pay no attention to D de los M-- but Irapuato is not a traditional Mexican city (although it was founded by Don Vasco de Quiroga in 1547).

    D�a de Muertos vs. Halloween?

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