Guasave


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Guasave

(gwäsä`vā), city (1990 pop. 49,338), Sinaloa state, W Mexico, on the Sinaloa River. The growing of cotton and corn and the raising of livestock are the chief occupations. The city was established in 1595 as a Spanish mission among the Guasave.
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During his 13-year incarceration, Patishtan was moved around to several prisons in Chiapas and eventually ended up at a maximum-security facility in Guasave in Sinaloa state.
Moreno said that scientists had found skulls in other parts of Mexico, including Guasave, south of Sonora that also showed similar deformities in certain groups of people.
Colabello was raking Mexican League pitching when his Guasave organization flew him home for the holidays on Dec.
Angounou is a Spanish major at ASU who has played pro ball in Mexico over the last few seasons for three teams Guasave, Titanes and Potros.
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According to the police source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, the attack occurred near the town of Guasave Friday, when the bodyguards were returning to the state capital from a political event in Los Mochis in several cars.
Hart had to beat the Guasave team from Sinaloa, Mexico, to win the title.
El Pollo Loco's roots trace back to a roadside chicken stand 30 years ago in Guasave, Mexico.
In the second quarter of 2005, the Company also decided to close one of its smallest branches, in the city of Guasave, in the state of Sinaloa.