- n. A state of Mexico.
- Nahuatl xalli ("sand") + ixtli ("face, plain"). (Wiktionary)
“A good friend in Jalisco is recovering from hemorrhagic dengue.”
“Judging by the concentration of Americans and Canadians, the shores of Lake Chapala in Jalisco is one such place.”
“The month of May in Jalisco is typically hot, dry and windy.”
“Acapulco is in the state of Guerrero, which has active guerilla groups and generally has more security problems and violence than Jalisco, which is the state in which Puerto Vallarta is located.”
“Tequila's history began almost five centuries ago in the central region of Mexico known as Jalisco, where a small town, valley, and mountain share the spirit's name.”
“Viewed from down here in a different neighborhood, here in Jalisco, Mexico, the picture doesn't look so big.”
“Last week, in raid on a state prison in Jalisco, authorities seized assault rifles, handguns and 70 cellphones from inmates.”
“Mexico has a government organization that restricts tequila production to agave plants grown in the state of Jalisco.”
“Finally, Areli E. Padilla of New American Media reports that 106-year-old Ignacia Moya, born in the Mexican city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, has become an American citizen after her second attempt.”
“On Friday, visitors can learn to make shrimp Jalisco-style or traditional mole sauce at "La Cocina," or check out an evening dance performance courtesy of Dana Tai Soon Burgess and Company.”
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