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

  • A city of northwest Mexico near the Gulf of California west of Chihuahua. Established c. 1700, it is a trade center in an agricultural and mining area. Population: 642,000.

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  • n. a city in northwestern Mexico near the Gulf of California


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  • The Cima hospital in Hermosillo is a first class facility.

    Health care not easy

  • The office in Hermosillo is also very accomodating.

    FM3 prices

  • WeE could not even find a Rabbi in Hermosillo and the only Jews we have found are "Jews for Jesus"!!

    Anti-semitism in Mexico

  • I go down to San Carlos, a fishing village on the north side of Guaymas, from here in Hermosillo, twice a month, via Mexican Hwy 15.

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  • My friends in San Carlos do not know, even today, if the road to and from Hermosillo is open and driveable.

    guaymas/hermosillo (did storm close highway?)

  • The series of quakes shook villages in the thinly-settled region and were noticed along the entire coast of Sonora State, according to the newspaper La Cronica of Hermosillo, which is the capital of the state.

    Hispanic Business Magazine

  • It has factories in autoparts meccas such as Hermosillo, Ramos Arizpe and Saltillo.

    Market News

  • Tom has a long-term interest in the flora and fauna of the Sonoran Desert Region, and has collected over 20,000 herbarium specimens, many of which are deposited into the herbaria at the University of Arizona (Tucson), Universidad de Sonora (Hermosillo), and UNAM (Cd. México).

    Contributor: Tom Van Devender

  • He is co-editor with Francisco Molina-Freaner of a book titled Diversidad Biológica del Estado de Sonora to be published by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in Hermosillo, Sonora in 2010.

    Contributor: Tom Van Devender

  • Garcia came to Tucson from Hermosillo, Mexico, through a hole in a barbed wire border fence 18 years ago.

    Immigrants Flex Political Muscle In Arizona


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