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Ciudad Lerdo: see TorreónTorreón
, city (1990 pop. 439,436), Coahuila state, N Mexico, on the Nazas River. It is the metropolis of the Laguna District, where the land, extensively irrigated, is some of Mexico's finest. Cotton and wheat are the principal crops, and cattle raising is important.
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The second phase will transport gas to the Lerdo
power plant through construction of a 42-inch pipeline running 215 miles (347 km), and a 20-inch pipeline running 6 miles (10 km) to be completed by December.
Aguilera (44.25%) to 1,952 masl, while the less abundant was Meteorus sp.l (2.25%) in Lerdo
de Tejada to 1,883 masl.
Durango, municipio de Lerdo
, parque estatal Canon de Fernandez, ca.
Arrom finds that although bringing charitable institutions under direct state control was a centerpiece of the liberal Reform, the disentailment of corporate properties mandated by the 1856 Lerdo
Law brought financial ruin on the Poor House.
Presidential spokesman Fernando Lerdo
de Tejada also disputed Cabal's allegations.
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