from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A city of southeast Florida northwest of Miami. It is noted especially for its racetrack (established 1931), which encircles a lake with flamingos.


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  • HIALEAH -- The Key West High baseball team took advantage of some odd field dimensions and routed first-year Westland-Hialeah in the teams 'first ever meeting Saturday afternoon at Milander Park in Hialeah. -

  • Finally, there are over 200,000 people in Hialeah, Florida.

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  • But Hialeah is city with lowest percentage of vets; Miami 3d lowest.

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  • In contrast to the rowdy confrontations that have disrupted some public forums on healthcare, no one talked out of turn at the invitation-only event in Hialeah.

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  • As of now, the band has four members: "Hialeah" (vocals & guitar), "iLL Postino" (lead guitar), "Diamante En Bruto" (bass) and "Chulito Del Fuego" (drums), also known as Jorge

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  • Martha and James Lyons at one time owned property at 840 East, 11th Place, Hialeah, Florida.

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  • "We need to run government like a business—without affecting core services," Julio Robaina, mayor of Hialeah, a city of 221,000 located eight miles northwest of Miami, said in an interview.

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  • The top vote getters in that poll were: Hialeah's Mr. Robaina at 28% of the vote; Mr. Gimenez with 9%; and Joe Martinez, the current county commission chairman, who plans to run in 2012 but not in a special election, with 4%.

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  • Among those: Julio Robaina , the mayor of Hialeah, a northwest Miami suburb, who is campaigning on lowering taxes and curbing the power of county commissioners

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  • He lives in an apartment about 30 minutes away and makes the drive every day from Hialeah to Little Havana.

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