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Trujillo,

town (1990 pop. 33,241), capital of Trujillo state, W Venezuela. It is an agricultural market for the corn, sugarcane, cacao, and tobacco of outlying regions. Trujillo was founded in 1578 and was sacked by French pirates in 1678. It was there in 1813 that Simón Bolívar proclaimed his "war to the death" against the Spanish.

Trujillo:

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, city (1993 pop. 1,609,966), S Dominican Republic, on the Caribbean Sea, at the mouth of the Ozama River. It is the country's capital, largest city, leading port, and primary commercial center. Founded Aug.
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, city, Dominican Republic.

Trujillo

(tro͞ohē`yō), city (1993 pop. 256,744), capital of La Libertad dept., NW Peru, in a fertile oasis of the coastal desert. A thriving commercial and industrial center, Trujillo processes sugarcane and rice and produces textiles, leather goods, and food products. Founded in 1536, the city played a significant role in the struggle against Spanish rule. It declared its independence in 1820, served as provisional capital of Peru in 1825, and was the main headquarters for Simón BolívarBolívar, Simón
, 1783–1830, South American revolutionary who led independence wars in the present nations of Venezuela, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.
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. Points of interest include the remains of a wall built in 1617 to defend against English pirates and the Univ. of La Libertad. The pre-Inca ruins of Chan ChanChan Chan
, ruins of an ancient city near Trujillo, N Peru. An early example of city planning, with a rectangular grid structure, it was probably begun in the period from A.D. 950 to 1400, and it is estimated that it may have contained as many as 200,000 people.
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 are nearby.

Trujillo

 

a city in western Peru, on the Pan American Highway. Capital of the department of La Libertad. Population, 241,900 (1972). Trujillo’s industries produce food and condiments, pulp and paper, textiles, chemicals, leather, and tractors and motor vehicles. The city has a university and an archaeological museum. Copper is mined to the east of Trujillo.

Trujillo

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Rafael (Léonidas) , original name Rafael Léonidas Trujillo Molina. 1891--1961, Dominican dictator, who governed the Dominican Republic (1930--61) with the help of a powerful police force: assassinated

Trujillo

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a city in NW Peru: founded 1535; university (1824); centre of a district producing rice and sugar cane. Pop.: 686 000 (2005 est.)
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Continuacion de la descripcion geografica del Partido de Piura perteneciente a la Intendencia de Truxillo.
A la muerte de Juan Chavez le sucedio como ensayador Juan Josef Truxillo (12 de Febrero de 1784).
Bing, Whanger, Kristl Davison, & Van Hook, 2004; Hunthausen, Truxillo, Bauer, & Hammer, 2003; Laux, Glanzmann, & Schaffer, 1985; Martens & Simon, 1976).
In a meta-analytic review examining newcomer adjustment during organizational socialization, Bauer, Bodner, Erdogan, Truxillo, and Tucker (2007) observed that organizational socialization (transition of newcomers from being outsiders to being insiders) is progressively more important as individuals become increasingly mobile and personnel needs of organizations are more elastic.
The historical neglect of the role of the newcomer led researchers to advocate an interactionist perspective on organisational socialisation, which stimulated research on newcomer proactivity (Bauer, Bodner, Erdogan, Truxillo, & Tucker, 2007; Cooper-Thomas 2009; Crant, 2000; Morrison, 1993; Saks et al.
para que me tubiesen presente en la mitra de Truxillo, que acava de bacar por muerte del senor Paravicino [.
En las alcaldias costeras novohispanas de Copala, Maloya, El Rosario y Culiacan (vease figura 1) este proceso comenzo en 1695, cuando el juez de tierras don Juan de Arce y Truxillo empezo a conceder los titulos de los fundos legales de los pueblos de indios, anees de la legalizacion de las propiedades hispanas que continuo el mismo ano (Lopez 2007, 67-76).
Attending the bride as her matrons of honor were Elizabeth Blankenship Benton of Madison and Eani Venable Truxillo of Brandon.
18) "Y parecie(n)dole al Obispo, que la ciudad de Truxillo tenia mucha Clerecia, y se ivan criando muchos estudiantes.
With: Louis Garrel, Lea Seydoux, Gregoire Leprince-Ringuet, Esteban Carjaval-Alegria, Agathe Bonitzer, Simon Truxillo, Anais Demoustier, Valerie Lang, Martin Simeon.
Finalmente havemos caminado/ ciento treinta leguas sin dar lugar al descanso, ya acompanado/ solamente de nuestro confesor, havemos logrado estar con vo/sotros hoy que os saludamos desde Carache, primera feligrecia/ del Obispado por la parte de Truxillo.
Secretario y dos vocales de la Superior Junta; y como aun vive el Senor Fernando Septimo, viven los Reyes de Cecilia y otros de la casa de Borbon; ademas, como la mayor parte de los vasallos del Rey catolico no ha establecido por voto uniforme otra forma de gobierno: para aquietar mi conciencia, y proceder como cristiano y Prelado, deseo saber, si el predicho juramento me obliga o no, habiendose de publicar en esta Capital la Independencia absoluta de estas Provincias, adonde vivo, decretada ya por le Supremo Congreso de Caracas, y publicada ya en Truxillo y Barinas.