Jalapa


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Jalapa

or

Jalapa Enriquez:

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or Xalapa Enriquez
, city (1990 pop. 279,451), capital of Veracruz state, E central Mexico, on the slopes of the Sierra Madre Oriental. It is located in a rich agricultural region of fertile valleys.
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Jalapa

a city in E central Mexico, capital of Veracruz State, at an altitude of 1427 m (4681 ft.): resort. Pop.: 525 000 (2005 est.)
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Choosing Jalapa del Marques as the next destination appeared to indicate they were opting to travel via Oaxaca state's eponymous capital instead of turning north toward the Gulf coast state of Veracruz, the latter a common transit route toward McAllen, Texas.
Hospitality House, a food and beverage advisory firm, announced it facilitated the pop-up collaboration between Jalapa Jar and Alloy Development.
jalapa (pink flowers) were collected from locally grown flower gardens of Tezpur (91[degrees] 48'E and 26[degrees] 38'N), Assam.
The farms of the winning lots are located in Huehuetenango (2), Guatemala (2), San Marcos, Chimaltenango and Jalapa. A total of 29 samples were registered to participate in the process, 23 made it to the national grading level and 18 to the international grading level.
Concentrating on the district of Veracruz, Carroll focuses on Afro-Mexicans residing in the towns of Jalapa and Cordoba, identifying how these individuals played an integral part in the local economy as slaves and, eventually, wage-based laborers.
The "artistic" point is made explicitly in a number of Homages to Franz Kline (notably Jalapa 66, 1974, on view at Andrea Rosen Gallery, or Lima 59, 1975, at Robert Mann), photos of graffiti-like scrawls that bear an uncanny resemblance to the painter's canvases, with their chance drips, broad handling, and quirky tensions of black and white.