Chetumal


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Chetumal

(chāto͞o`mäl), city (1990 pop. 94,158), capital of Quintana Roo State, E. Mexico. Chetumal is a major import center and free port as well as an export point for the hardwoods of the region, including cedar and mahogany. The city is almost entirely modern, as it was destroyed by hurricane in 1955.
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Con los 10 millones de pesos que le asignaron, la Cojudeq tiene que rehabilitar las instalaciones deportivas estatales que se encuentran en Chetumal, Puerto Morelos, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Tulum y dos de Cancun.
completan dicho analisis los resultados de las encuestas aplicadas en 2015 en las tres ciudades mas grandes de la peninsula en que se asentaron los colonos canarios (9) (Merida, Campeche y chetumal (10)) y mi experiencia personal como hablante de esta modalidad del espanol, pues soy oriundo de chetumal y he visitado la region yucateca en muchas ocasiones.
This paper represents a contribution from the Mexican Barcode of Life, in particular the Chetumal node where the extraction and amplification were performed by Arely Martinez Arce (Ecosur-Chetumal).
Abstract: This paper deals with three feasts in honor to Santa Muerte in Chetumal, a city located at the confluence of the Caribbean and Central America.
MATERIALS AND METHODS--Bahia de Chetumal is a tectonically-originated estuary on the southernmost Caribbean coast of Mexico, at the base of the Yucatan Peninsula (Fig.
Il aurait pris un vol de la Tunisie vers Chetumal, au Mexique, pres de la frontiere avec le Belize, et aurait ensuite pris un autocar pour Tijuana.
The storm spared major tourist areas on the peninsula from a direct hit and landed in sparsely populated low-lying jungle, near the port town of Mahahual, 40 miles (64 km) north of Chetumal, the capital of Quintana Roo state.
Ernesto had top sustained winds of 65 miles per hour (105 km per hour) and was located 220 miles (354 km) east of Chetumal, Mexico, the U.
National Hurricane Center said Ernesto had winds of 80 mph (129 kph) and was located about 185 miles (298 kilometers) east of Chetumal, Mexico.
With the expectation that Ernesto will become a hurricane, the Mexican government issued a hurricane warning for the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, stretching from Chetumal to Punta Allen.
Other topics include shell artefacts from the Gold Museum in Columbia, shell symbolism in pre-Columbian North America, technological change in shell object manufacture on the western coastline of Mexico's Chetumal Bay, and shell embroidery for the dead from the Temple of Quetzalcoatl in Teotihuacan.
Chetumal prison staff noticed 19-year-old Arjona looking very nervous as she pushed passed them, wheeling her bulky suitcase with difficulty.