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“Re: [Marlene] Tijuana to Tecate by train - Tren Turístico”
“Good reading: Girish posts a few fine excerpts from Richard Roud's biography of Henri Langlois, A Passion for Films, and points to Adrian Martin's piece in Tren De Sombras on Tsai Ming-liang:”
“MexConnect. com Forums: Areas: North Pacific Region: Tijuana to Tecate by train - Tren Turístico”
“Over on the Marketplace side there was one location that has closed, but it was just to make room for a new Disney operated boutique that will be called Tren-D pronounced tren-dee.”
“The new boutique at Downtown Disney called Tren-D, and the shop will have its grand opening later this week.”
“In that context it may be significant that the poetry refers specifically to 'Tren' as his patrimony and doesn't say that Powys was.”
“In an affidavit, Jeff Novitzky, special agent for the Food and Drug Administration, said the company's products Tren Xtreme and Mass Extreme contained designer steroids "Tren" and”
“Scroll down to watch a slideshow in which she talks about some of the people she met during her time reporting in Honduras and Mexico, and what she experienced riding El Tren Peregrino, the Pilgrim's Train, en route to the US.”
“Richard Tren, a director of Africa Fighting Malaria, an Africa - and U. S.-based advocacy group, doubted the numbers discrepancy would apply to Africa.”
“One must take the blue line Metro 2 to the end - Taxqueña - then the Tren Ligero another half dozen stops to Xotepingo.”
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