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Anáhuac

(änä`wäk) [Aztec,=near the water], geographical term used variously in Mexico before the Spanish Conquest. Today it commonly refers to that part of the central plateau of Mexico comprising the Pánuco and Lerma river systems and the lake basin of the Valley of Mexico.
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Historia de la revolucion de la Nueva Espana, antiguamente Anahuac.
The Chinos in New Spain" lacks the foundations necessary to demand sharing a cultural and physical space that was hard-won by the children of Chango and Yemaya: the zamba rumberos who learned the pulse of the lands of Anahuac and its life forms.
I designed a database of women writers who were popular between 1880 and 1905, and I created another database concerning women writers from magazines intended for a female audience: El Correo de las Senoras (CS) (1882-1883), El Album de la Mujer (EAM) (1883-1886), Violetas del Anahuac (VA) (1887-1889), and La Mujer Mexicana (LMM) (1904-1908).
Un estudio esencial sobre la cronica de Munoz Camargo la ha realizado Salvador Velazco en Visiones de Anahuac.
Presentacion realizada en el Tercer Congreso de Escuelas de Psicologia de las Universidades Red Anahuac.
Valle de Anahuac, Ecatepec de Morelos, Mexico; phone: +52 55 50 00 23 00; email: webmaster_tese@tese.
Twenty-two (22) sampling locations were chosen beginning in the West Fork of the Trinity River and continuing along the main segment from upstream at Jacksboro to the confluence with Galveston Bay, just south of Anahuac (Figure 1 & Table 1).
The small town of Anahuac woke up underwater as the Salado River overflowed, waters rising more than one metre in the early hours of the morning.
Maria Antonieta Rebeil Coralla and colleagues from Anahuac University in Mexico present a short report on a national survey completed in 2009.
1985; UANL-11628, Rio Salado at Rodriguez de Anahuac, 27 [degrees] 13'59"N, 100 [degrees] 07'43"W, 1982 [no date]; COAHUILA: UANL-15179, Presa Venustiano Carranza (Don Martin), 27 [degrees] 31'24"N, 100 [degrees] 37'51"W, 9 May 2002.
And with it, European subject and subjectivity took control of the colonies pushing aside subjectivities formed through centuries in Anahuac, Tawantinsuyu and the Yucatan Peninsula--coloniality of knowledge goes hand in hand with coloniality of being and the formation of the colonial matrix of power.