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Naucalpan

(noukäl`pän), city (1990 pop. 772,483), Mexico state, S central Mexico, on the Hondo River. It is an industrial extension of Mexico City and is officially called Naucalpan de Juárez.
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se confunden con la multitud de imagenes parecidas que hablan de muchos otros torturados y exhibidos en puentes de Chihuahua, Monterrey, Nuevo Laredo, Tijuana, Naucalpan, Mazatlan, Ciudad de Mexico, en carreteras de Guerrero, Estado de Mexico, Baja California, Tamaulipas, por enumerar un listado reducido de esta galeria del horror.
Golyanovo in Moscow, Russia, is in third place, with Ferentari in Bucharest, Romania, and Naucalpan in Juarez, Mexico, making up the top five.
Separately, authorities in Naucalpan on the northwestern fringe of Mexico City said late on Saturday that a three-way car collision there had killed at least eight people and injured 12 others, some of them seriously.
According to AP, the accident occurred Friday morning on a highway in the municipality of Naucalpan, a part of the State of Mexico neighboring the capital.
The first round contract is valued at $59,731 USD for the two facilities located in Naucalpan and Cuernavaca.
Calibrated beam scales (model TD16; Oken, Naucalpan, Mexico) were used and read to the nearest 10 g.
And finally, Calgary's association with the Cities of Naucalpan and Colima in Mexico have focused on opportunities for the development of tools and training associated with business development activities.
Indeed, Sandra's family has built a comfortable life in their hometown of Naucalpan, once a stronghold of Aztec warriors and now a teeming city northwest of Mexico City.
The plant includes manufacturing, offices, laboratories, a showroom, warehouse space, and support infrastructure, the company says, and is about three times larger than the facility located in Naucalpan that was closed in October 2009.
Moreover, the PRI won cities like Naucalpan, an upper middle class Mexico City suburb the right-wingers have controlled since the 1980s, and the nation's second city, Guadalajara, which the PAN has owned since 1995.
This June through August, the Centro Cultural Agora del Parque Naucalli in Naucalpan de Juarez will hold a show of her work as well.