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  • noun Any of various trees:
  • noun A pinto horse with a white spotted pattern.

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Examples

  • The woods used in Mexican country furniture were predominately mesquite, sabino (Mexican cypress), pine, heart pine, Spanish cedar, parota, and occasionally, walnut, mahogany and cottonwood.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • Both mesquite and sabino were sought for their tremendous strength and natural ability to repel insects.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • Both mesquite and sabino were sought for their tremendous strength and natural ability to repel insects.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • In the nearby states of Jalisco, Aguascalientes and Guanajuato, the styles are much heavier and are crafted from mesquite and sabino.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • Crafted from Spanish cedar, sabino and mesquite, many baúles feature rounded or domed tops, detailed chapas (lockplates) and matching bases with simple turned legs.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • The woods used in Mexican country furniture were predominately mesquite, sabino (Mexican cypress), pine, heart pine, Spanish cedar, parota, and occasionally, walnut, mahogany and cottonwood.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • Crafted from Spanish cedar, sabino and mesquite, many baúles feature rounded or domed tops, detailed chapas (lockplates) and matching bases with simple turned legs.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • Both mesquite and sabino were sought for their tremendous strength and natural ability to repel insects.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • In the nearby states of Jalisco, Aguascalientes and Guanajuato, the styles are much heavier and are crafted from mesquite and sabino.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

  • The woods used in Mexican country furniture were predominately mesquite, sabino (Mexican cypress), pine, heart pine, Spanish cedar, parota, and occasionally, walnut, mahogany and cottonwood.

    Mexican Design & Style: Overview

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