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Hialeah

(hīəlē`ə), city (1990 pop. 188,004), Dade co., SE Fla., NW of Miami; inc. 1925. Its industries include printing and the making of metal and plastic goods. Nearby Miami International Airport is a major employer. The city's population has grown substantially since the 1970s, and a vibrant Cuban community has added to its economic development. Hialeah Park, a racetrack and casino, is in the city.

Hialeah

a city in SE Florida, near Miami: racetrack. Pop.: 226 401 (2003 est.)
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Box 119029, Hialeah, FL 33011-9029 or call 800/5-DANCER (326237).
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