from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river rising in the Andes of southwest Colombia and flowing about 1,601 km (1,000 mi) generally northward to the Caribbean Sea near Barranquilla.
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- n. a river that rises in the Andes mountains in southwestern Colombia and flows generally northward to empty into the Caribbean Sea at Barranquilla
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An archeologist looks out over what was once Lake Magdalena from the top of former Itztlitlan Island, thought to have been the largest obsidian workshop in the world.
An archeologist looks out over what was once Lake Magdalena from the top of former Itztlitlan Island, thought to have been the largest obsidian workshop in the world. The 53-kilometer stretch of highway from Tala to San Marcos in the state of Jalisco boasts many fascinating sites. © John Pint, 2009
Magdalena is one of the warmest mesoclimates in the Finger Lakes, and it makes a richer wine than the HJW Vineyard.
Magdalena is always going to give you this juicy wine that is balanced with acidity.
Basically, The Magdalena is about a line of scantily clad female warriors descended from Mary Magdalene and dedicated to protecting the Catholic Church.
A reader sends us a news item: Newsarama reports that the Top Cow limited-run comic book series The Magdalena is to be made into a movie.
You can see how hard he trained for Prince Nuada he will do the same for his new role in Magdalena!!!!
Anyone have information on motels in Magdalena de Kino?
Head south and spend the first night in Magdalena del Kino.
IF you decide to cross at Nogales, there is a really nice little RV park in Magdalena del Kino.
Some Boston and Pacific Coast men had secured an option from the Diaz faction of the sandy reaches known as Magdalena
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