[ US /tɪˈwɑnə/ ]
  1. a Mexican city just to the south of San Diego on the Lower California peninsula; popular among American tourists for racetracks and bullfights
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How To Use Tijuana In A Sentence

  • Some may call it Montezuma's Revenge or The Tijuana Two-Step, but gastric disturbances and diarrhea know no political boundaries. Food From Street Vendors,Good Or Bad
  • A Mexican soldier looks into a tunnel discovered in Tijuana, on November 25, 2010.
  • Caesar salad, one of the best-known dishes featuring anchovies, is offered in many upscale restaurants in Mexico, as well it should be since it was originally invented in Tijuana. Culinary guide to Mexican fish and shellfish: Las delicias del mar I
  • Tijuana, on the border of California in the northern Baja California state.
  • For me growing up in the border regions of the United States, the San Diego / Tijuana general megalopolis, code-switching and speaking in two languages is something that millions of people do.
  • I think what has your daughter so alarmed is the recent spate of violent crime in the northern Baja corridor (Tijuana to San Quintin) that was directed at tourists. California Crossings
  • Q buena entrevista y que gusto que el lado grandioso y fascinante que tiene tijuana tambien se de a conocer, asi como las personas que promueven la cultura y el arte, como Rafa Saavedra, un imparable al escribir sobre todo lo relacionado con la ciudad y su transformación a travez de las ultimas dos décadas. Global Voices in English » Mexico: Telling Secrets on Twitter
  • At that point, the families contacted the State Judicial Police in Tijuana.
  • On Friday, about 500 members will join a group of professional cowboys, or charros, who have come all the way from the state of Washington, horse trailers in tow, to vote in Tijuana, Aguirre said.
  • Tijuana, the Mexican border town south of San Diego, isn't exactly known as an incubator for culture, other than the kind of culture gringos explore after downing mucho tequila.
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