American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of east-central Mexico east-southeast of Mexico City. Founded by the Spanish in 1532, it is an agricultural, commercial, and manufacturing center. Population: 1,400,000.
- n. a city in south central Mexico (southeast of Mexico City) on the edge of central Mexican plateau
- Spanish, meaning people. (Wiktionary)
“Bioasasoría in Puebla is an example of an organization that puts people in touch with local sources that are environmentally sound.”
“Volkswagen, which employs more than 13,000 workers at its plant in Puebla, is now operating at 85% of its installed capacity.”
“I don't know if changing buses in Puebla is more time consuming than taking a taxi to the bus station in Mexico city, but it is certainly easier; and if a layover is necessary Puebla is a relatively manageable and pleasant city.”
“Traffic in Puebla is nothing compared to Mexico City and getting to and from the Zocalo is relatively easy.”
“The bus station in Puebla is centralized, so one can purchase a ticket for one of the many 1st class buses (ADO) going to Xalapa as soon as you arrive.”
“So far, as well as in the city of Puebla, that is nearby the place where the epicenter is located.”
“So the clergy and part of the army set up an anti-president, one Haro; and he installed himself at Puebla, which is the second city of the Republic, and there Comonfort besieged him.”
“The city of Puebla, which is the residence of the bishop and of the governor of the state, was founded in 1531 by the auditor Juan de Salmeron and Fray Toribio de Motolinia (see MOTOLONIA).”
“This native marble, called Puebla marble, is brought from the quarries of”
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