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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of south-central Cuba on Cienfuegos Bay, a narrow-necked inlet of the Caribbean Sea. The city is a port and a trade and processing center. Population: 141,000.

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  • His family ran a small publishing house in Cienfuegos, on Cuba’s southern coast.

    Twilight of the Assassins

  • We adventured in Cienfuegos, which is renowned for its Cuban architectural achievement and in Trinidad, which is the best-preserved colonial city in Cuba, just to name a few.

    Lili Boyle: An American Girl in Cuba

  • I talked here about caballerias in the factories because this one has 1.5 caballerias under the roof and extends over an area of about 4 caballerias; so what could I say about the refinery, in Cienfuegos, which is now under construction and will cover an area of 33 caballerias?

    DEDICATION OF SANTIAGO DE CUBA TEXTILE COMPLES

  • How do we confront this difficulty within the needs for development if we want to build a factory like the one in Cienfuegos, which is capable of producing almost a half million tons of nitrogenous fertilizers per year, fertilizers which we are importing because the one we produce here is only mixed here.

    17TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ATTACK ON MONCADA BARRAC

  • Cienfuegos, which is costing us some 40 odd million.

    10TH REVOLUTION ANNIVERSARY

  • [Robaina] Some municipalities such as Cienfuegos and Plaza need two or three.

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  • He recalled the days of the Machado regime, and he said: With this kind of Cienfuegos, with the kind of might that Cienfuegos is displaying today, we could have overthrown

    CIENFUEGOS RALLY HONORING HONECKER

  • Cienfuegos which is our best industrial construction brigade and the whole brigade was sent to Oriente Province.

    PREMIER CASTRO 20 MAY REPORT ON SUGAR HARVEST

  • "Cienfuegos," who occasionally meets with the other characters but mostly sings songs with lyrics translated into Spanish from Hemingway prose, and mostly represents the play's mid-20th century Cuban environment.

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  • The East Village bar is a bit of a pivot for Ravi DeRossi, who runs next-door hotspots Death & Co. and Cienfuegos, among others.

    To the Bitters End

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