from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of east-central Mexico on the Gulf of Mexico east of Puebla. Founded in 1599 on a site visited earlier (1519) by Hernando Cortés, it was frequently sacked by buccaneers in the 17th and 18th centuries. U.S. troops led by Gen. Winfield Scott captured the city in 1847 during the Mexican-American War. It is a large port and a tourist resort. Population: 444,000.
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- proper n. A state of Mexico.
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- n. a major Mexican port on the Gulf of Mexico in the state of Veracruz
VERACRUZ, Mexico - The governor of the Mexican Gulf coast state of Veracruz says Mel Gibson will donate sets from the movie he's currently filming to a future museum.
A good bet on diving in Veracruz is Jon Williamson email@example.com.
Antigua in Veracruz is considered the first Spanish town in Mexico.
Antigua in Veracruz is considered the first Spanish town in Mexico. La Ermita del Rosario was on the site of the oldest church in the Americas, founded by Hernan Cortes in the early 1500s. © Roberta Sotonoff, 2009
The Acuario in Veracruz is nice enough and worth doing if you need an indoor thing.
"The Port of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacan, is preferably used for the entry of drugs and precursor chemicals, while the Veracruz is usually the point of arrival of arms shipments from the southern continent," says the document.
That's expected to happen tomorrow in the Mexican state of Veracruz, which is bracing for dangerous wind and up to 15 inches of rain.
Give the lighter side of Mexican cuisine a spin with this fresh seafood recipe from Veracruz, which is located on Mexico's Gulf Coast.
The overall shape and form of the concept's front fascia echo the production Veracruz, which isn't too surprising - Hyundai hints that this may influence a future production vehicle, albeit we doubt there's much of a future for the blue exterior accent lighting and gullwing doors.
The filmmaker/actor has been quietly scouting locations in Mexico for nearly a year and will start shooting in March in San Diego and Veracruz, which is where they also shot Apocalypto.
When anti-military protests broke out in areas that do have a history of legitimate protests against militarization, such as Veracruz and Ciudad Juarez, there was immediate speculation in the press that they were also linked to drug traffickers.