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

  • A city of central Mexico north-northeast of Mexico City. It was founded in 1534 as a silver-mining center on the site of an ancient Toltec city. Population: 268,000.


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  • One of the local specialties that can be tasted and purchased in Pachuca is pan de pulque, an orange-flavored bread that uses the fermented pulque as a leavening agent.

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  • Apparently, 3 new cases (death involved) appeared in Pachuca where I was to teach.

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  • This USED to be the case for The American School in Pachuca and that is another story of how that isn't true there anymore though they love to talk about how The American School (and soccer) were started by the English miners.

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  • There is no bi-cultural route at the Tec in Pachuca and if they say there is, it isn't true.

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  • WHITBECK: It was going from the city of Pachuca, which is north of Mexico City, to another town where -- it's a heavy mining area.

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  • He was about twenty - years old, blond, quite handsome and dressed in what young peopl called a Pachuca sweater, that is, a huge, woolly, loose-woven that looked more like a shaggy tent than an article of clothing.


  • A few days previous to the one on which we find the four boys headed for the railroad to foil the would-be train robbers, they had come to Pachuca, which is located some sixty miles from the

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  • Pachuca, which is winless, has been eliminated heading into its match against Chivas USA, which staved off elimination on Sunday by earning a 1-1 draw against the Dynamo in the second half with a goal on an open header off Chronicle

  • A swine flu outbreak has hit Mexico City hard and Pachuca, which is based in Hidalgo in the state of Mexico, did not allow entry due to rising fears of an outbreak.

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  • At the time, Gigi was known as "Pachuca," a Spanish name given it by the Hispanic woman who owned the dog.

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