Santa Fe

NOUN
  1. capital of the state of New Mexico; located in north central New Mexico
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  • The central plaza is the heart of Santa Fe. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the merger goes through, the only other major competitor to the combined company would be Burlington Northern Santa Fe.
  • With extreme cold, a cholla cactus in Santa Fe can turn from bright summer green to deep red. Subhankar Banerjee: Extreme Weather Report From Home: The Thong Will Drop
  • In 1913, the Santa Fe Land Improvement Company filed for the townsite of Elkhart, Kansas, on April 28, at 2 p.m.
  • Actually it wasn't too much colder than Santa Fe, but the extra wetness and windiness made it feel much colder.
  • The Santa Fe feels a bit more substantial to me; the RAV4's doors shut with a tinnier sound. Personal Picks: Small SUVs, part 1
  • The Archdiocese of Santa Fe has proposed the cemetery of the future, xeriscaped and designed by Santa Fe's Catholics.
  • The copter had been reserved at the Santa Fe airport for a charter flight. THE JOE LEAPHORN MYSTERIES
  • Today, Fort Union is preserved by the National Park Service as an outdoor museum on the Santa Fe Trail. Visitors can explore the ruins of the buildings and the ruts made by wagons.
  • Towns like Patamban and its green stoneware and delicate fine dishes, Capula and its pointelle and sometimes ornate designs of its pots, casseroles, and dishes, Tzintzuntzan and its pots and serving pieces, Santa Fe de la Laguna and its traditional black incense burners and candelabra decorated with tiny drops, San Jose de Gracia and its famous pineapples, Zinapécuaro and its dip-glazed pieces, and Santo Tomás and Huáncito -- all are dedicated to glazed pottery. The artesanias of Michoacan - an introduction
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