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“Legio (acc. legionem) was formed, in accordance with the nature of the Romance-Castilian language, the name León, and the identity of this name with that of the king of beasts (león, from leo, acc. leonem) perhaps explains how, by what in German is called a”
“It was sighted by a commercial Spanish ship named '' León '' operating out of Saint-Malo on 28 June or 29 June 1756.”
“That's the road through the mountains that takes you to León.”
“Note that skinny yellow line that goes from Cuerámaro to León.”
“As you have probably figured out by now, each Migración office sets different standards for granting an FM3, and I don't believe that the new rule in León that gpkisner mentions in his post applies in Mexico City.”
“It's very near downtown, on Enrique Díaz de León near the corner of Av. Vallarta.”
“The Turistar deluxe buses go from León to Reynosa, just across the border from McAllen.”
“From GLR Arquitectos comes the dramatic shaped “Casa BC”, located in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, in a unique topographical environment.”
“For old-school conjunto norteño, you want to download the collections of Los Alegres de Terán, Los Relámpagos del Norte, and Los Cadetes de Linares; for the newer groups, Los Rieleros del Norte, Ramón Ayala one of the members of Los Relámpagos del Norte, and Los Invasores de Nuevo León.”
“One of the entrepreneurs, Señora León, says, I came from people, like my mom, who had businesses....”
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