Definitions

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

  • A state of northwest Mexico adjoining the Gulf of California. Hermosillo is the capital and largest city.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A local storm originating east of San Diego, in the mountains of California or adjacent Arizona, and descending from the east, but preceded by westerly winds. Storms of a similar character occur also in the northern part of the Great Basin of California.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • proper noun A state of Mexico.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun ground snakes

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Examples

  • SONORA - Explorers from the Chico Police Department captured two first-place awards and a second in a competition held last weekend in Sonora.

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  • But the willful, wonton damage being done to Colonial Alamos and to some old buildings elsewhere here in Sonora is something I thought I might at least wish something could be done about.

    Your Wish List

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

  • Does that give you some clue why the Mexican government finds it a little difficult to get really serious about control of the border, passes out information to border crossers as to how to successfully cross the border, and why Altar in Sonora is packed with mostly young just standing around on every corner.

    [Miguel Palomares] Money flow

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