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  • proper noun A department of Nicaragua

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Examples

  • An excellent weekend, and I can’t wait to get back into the mountains for some more hiking next weekend in Matagalpa!

    Sea to Summit « Wanderings

  • I'd like you to picture another family -- living in Chiapas, Mexico, or maybe in Matagalpa, Nicaragua -- a family that like our family in Arizona, or in Illinois, a family that was born and grew up in a specific place.

    Ronald Maxwell: The Promise of Home

  • This weekend we will check out the beaches near San Juan del Sur (she is convinced she is going to teach me how to surf …), then the following weekend we plan to head into the mountains of Esteli, and then after that, My dad and I will head back into the mountains the following weekend near Matagalpa before my final weekend here in Jinotepe approaches.

    In like a lamb… « Wanderings

  • Commander-in-Chief of the Revolution, Carlos Fonseca, was born and among the hills where he died, in Matagalpa, a place where people are renowned for their courage and heroism.

    STATEMENT ON THE OCCASION OF THE EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TRIUMPH OF THE SANDINISTA REVOLUTION, MANAGUA, JULY 1987

  • The most extensive operations are in the departments of Managua, Carazo, Matagalpa, Chontales, and Jinotega, and from those regions the annual crop has attained to such quantity that it has become the chief agricultural product of the republic.

    All About Coffee

  • The ordinary run of Nicaragua coffee (the naturals) is looked upon in the United States as being of low quality, though the washed coffees from the Matagalpa district have plenty of acid in the cup and usually are fine roasters.

    All About Coffee

  • They were going down to Huaco to buy corn, the maize crop having failed around Matagalpa the last season.

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua

  • I have gone through the central provinces, Chontales, Matagalpa, and Segovia; from the San Juan river, the south-eastern boundary of Nicaragua, away to the confines of Honduras on the north-west.

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua

  • About a league before arriving at Matagalpa there is a high range, with perpendicular cliffs near the summit.

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua

  • Thus, at Olama, the river was called the Olama river; higher up, at Matagalpa, the same stream is called the Matagalpa river; and at Jinotego the

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua

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