Juarez

[ US /ˈhwɑˌɹɛz, ˈwɑˌɹɛz/ ]
NOUN
  1. a city in northern Mexico on the Rio Grande opposite El Paso
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How To Use Juarez In A Sentence

  • The mirador is in a state park with a gated entrance about a kilometer or so beyond the village of Benito Juarez and the park is manned by a state park employee. Radio stations in Oaxaca
  • In one of their first public events, members of the binational organization recently joined a Juarez group, Voces Sin Eco, or Voices Without Echo, on a trip to the spot where the eight bodies were found in November.
  • The Santa Teresa crossing is my favorite -- you avoid Juarez and El Paso. Border Crossing with FM3
  • You are referring to Parque Juarez and, unfortunately in some people's minds, the city is removing the bird nests from the trees so that a stroll in the park on Sunday does not need head protection from droppings from above. Gardening in San Miguel
  • Juárez became minister of justice and Díaz, only twenty-five, was named subprefect of the town of Ixtlán in Nayarit. Democrat to autocrat: The transformation of Porfirio Diaz
  • There's a defiled cemetery in the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, the city I was born in. People who can't afford to pay funerary services often bury their loved ones here.
  • I have heard there were cavalries of charros that accompanied Emperor Ferdinand Maximilan around the countryside when he was trying to oust Benito Juarez and his fighting men. September 14, Day of the Charro
  • Located just across the Rio Grande from the colorful shops of Juarez, Mexico, this Red Roof is 3 miles from Del Sol Medical Center and 4 miles from Cielo Vista Shop Mall.
  • The consulate in Cd. Juarez faxed us a form in Spanish which we took to our bank (no one there speaks any English) and the account guy understood exactly what info was being requested and filled it out for us while we waited. Page 2
  • We drove with a prominent Teotitlan Zapotec elder up the dirt road to Benito Juarez to observe the valley from this height, climb to the local mountaintop mirador and, well, to drink some cold beer but when we arrived in Benito Juarez, the road was blocked by locals for reasons I still cannot fathom so we were told that it would be necessary for us to park at that spot and walk the rest of the way up the hill (for reasons I could not fathom as the road continued to our destination) which we did and the view from the mountaintop over the expansive Oaxaca Valley was supurb but the point is that here we were a mere 12 kilometers from the ancient village of Teotitlan and guests in the also ancient village of Benito Juarez and protocols were rigidly adhered to even though our Teotitlan host was among the most prominent elders in Teotitlan only 12 kilometers distant. Rigidly Observed Protocols
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