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- n. Mexico's most famous tree; a giant specimen of Montezuma cypress more than 2,000 years old with a girth of 165 feet at Santa Maria del Tule
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The beans from the clay pot while sitting along the rio de La Sierra with our backs against the ahuehuete were more pleasing.
We were to go up the valley past the Cerra de los Atambores, "the hill of drums," and the great _ahuehuete_.
Through the fork of the second _ahuehuete_, appeared a face with a complexion black as ebony.
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