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Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes (; ), officially the Free and Sovereign State of Aguascalientes ( es, Estado Libre y Soberano de Aguascalientes), is one of the 32 states which comprise the Federal Entities of Mexico Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is a country A country is a distinct territorial body or political entity A polity is an identifiable political entity—any group of people who have a collective identity, who are organi .... At 22°N and with an average altitude of above sea level it is predominantly of semi-arid climate A semi-arid climate, semi-desert climate, or steppe climate is the climate Climate is the long-term pattern of weather Weather is the state of the atmosphere, describing for example the degree to which it is hot or cold, wet or dry, c ... ( Bhs and Bhk), and it is located in the northern part of the Bajío The Bajío (''lowlands'') is a region of Central Mexico Mexico ( es, México ; Nahuan languages: ), officiall ...
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Aguascalientes City
(''Virtue in the Water, Fidelity in the Heart'') , image_skyline = AGUASCALIENTES CITY.jpg , imagesize = , image_caption =Clockwise from top: San Antonio de Padua Church, La Exedra, Aguascalientes Theatre, Cerro del Muerto, Plaza Bosques Tower, and the San Marcos Park. , image_flag = , image_seal = , image_shield = Escudo de Aguascalientes.svg , image_map = Aguascalientes, AG.svg , mapsize = 220px , map_caption = Location of Aguascalientes within the state , image_map1 = Mexico map, MX-AGU.svg , mapsize1 = , map_caption1 = Location of the state of Aguascalientes , subdivision_type = Country , subdivision_name = Mexico , subdivision_type1 = States of Mexico, State , subdivision_name1 = Aguascalientes , subdivision_type2 = Municipalities of Mexico, Municipality , subdivision_name2 = Aguascalientes Municipality, Aguascalientes , government_type = , leader_title = Municipal president, Mayor , leader_name = María Teresa Jiménez Esquivel , leader_title1 = , leader_name1 = , leade ...
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States Of Mexico
The states of Mexico are first-level administrative territorial entities of the country of Mexico, which officially is named United Mexican States Mexico ( es, México ; Nahuan languages: ), officially the United Mexican States (; EUM ), is a country A country is a distinct territory, territorial body or political entity. It is often referred to as the land of an individual's bi .... There are 32 federal entities in Mexico (31 states and the capital, Mexico City Mexico City ( es, link=no, Ciudad de México, ; abbreviated as CDMX; nah, Āltepētl Mēxihco) is the capital city, capital and largest city of Mexico, as well as the List of North American cities by population, most populous city in North Americ ..., as a separate entity without being formally a state). States are further divided into municipalities A municipality is usually a single administrative division Administrative division, administrative unitArticle 3(1). , country subdivision, adminis ...
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Himno De Aguascalientes
The Anthem of Aguascalientes ( es, Himno de Aguascalientes), officially ''Himno en Honor de Aguascalientes'', is the official anthem of the Mexican state of Aguascalientes. It was composed by Esteban Ávila Mier, former governor, and music by Miguel Meneses on 1867. Lyrics Short version: See also *Aguascalientes References

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Himno De Aguascalientes
The Anthem of Aguascalientes ( es, Himno de Aguascalientes), officially ''Himno en Honor de Aguascalientes'', is the official anthem of the Mexican state of Aguascalientes. It was composed by Esteban Ávila Mier, former governor, and music by Miguel Meneses on 1867. Lyrics Short version: See also *Aguascalientes References

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Juan Antonio Martín Del Campo
''Juan'' is a given name, the Spanish language, Spanish and Manx language, Manx versions of ''John (given name), John''. It is very common in Spain and in other Spanish-speaking communities around the world and in the Philippines, and also (pronounced differently) in the Isle of Man. In Spanish, the diminutive form (equivalent to ''Johnny'') is , with feminine form (comparable to ''Jane'', ''Joan'', or ''Joanna'') , and feminine diminutive (equivalent to ''Janet'', ''Janey'', ''Joanie'', etc.). Chinese terms * ( or 娟, 隽) 'beautiful, graceful' is a common given name for Chinese women. * () The Chinese character :wiktionary:卷, 卷, which in Mandarin is almost homophonic with the characters for the female name, is a division of a traditional Chinese manuscript or book and can be translated as 'fascicle', 'scroll', 'chapter', or 'volume'. Notable people * Juan Acevedo, Mexican baseball pitcher * Juan Alberto Belloch, Spanish politician and mayor of Zaragoza * Juan Almeid ...
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Daniel Gutiérrez Castorena
Daniel Gutiérrez Castorena (born 20 December 1954) is a Mexican politician who is the National Regeneration Movement, MORENA Senate of the Republic (Mexico), Senator from Aguascalientes. Education He graduated from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, the Autonomous University of Zacatecas, the Autonomous University of Aguascalientes and Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana. References

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Morena Party (Mexico)
MORENA () is a Mexican political party with Cardenist roots. It is the ruling party of Mexico since 2018. The name is an acronym for the Movimiento Regeneración Nacional (National Regeneration Movement), and means brown-skinned in Spanish Spanish may refer to: * Items from or related to Spain: **Spaniards, a nation and ethnic group indigenous to Spain **Spanish language **Spanish cuisine Other places * Spanish, Ontario, Canada * Spanish River (other), the name of several .... It also alludes to Mexico's Catholic The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with 1.3 billion baptised Baptism (from the Greek language, Greek noun βάπτισμα ''báptisma'') is a Christians, Christian ... national patroness: the Virgin of Guadalupe Our Lady of Guadalupe ( es, Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe), also known as the Virgin of Guadalupe ( es, Virgen de Guadalupe), is a Catholic title of the Blesse ...
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Chamber Of Deputies Of Mexico
The Chamber of Deputies (Spanish language, Spanish: ''Cámara de Diputados'', ) is the lower house of the Congress of Mexico, Congress of the Union, the Bicameralism, bicameral parliament of Mexico. The other chamber is the Senate of Mexico, Senate. The structure and responsibilities of both chambers of Congress are defined in Articles 50 to 70 of the 1917 Constitution of Mexico, constitution. History Bicameral legislature, including the Chamber of Deputies, was established on October 4, 1824. Unicameral Congress was in place from September 7, 1857 to November 13, 1874. After being drafted, one copy of the Declaration of Independence of the Mexican Empire was given to the Provisional Governmental Board, which was later put on display in the Chamber of Deputies until 1909, when fire destroyed the location. Composition The Chamber of Deputies is composed of one federal representative (in Spanish: ''diputado federal'') for every 200,000 citizens. The Chamber has 500 members, elec ...
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Sylvia Violeta Garfias Cedillo
Sylvia may refer to: People *Sylvia (given name) *Sylvia (singer), American country music and country pop singer and songwriter *Sylvia Robinson, American singer, record producer, and record label executive *Sylvia Vrethammar, Swedish singer credited as "Sylvia" in Australia and the UK * Tim Sylvia, American mixed martial arts fighter * Colin Sylvia, Australian football player Places *Mount Sylvia, a former name of Xueshan on Taiwan Island *Mount Sylvia, Queensland, Australia *Sylvia, Kansas, a town in Kansas *Sylvia's Restaurant of Harlem Art, entertainment, and media Comics *Sylvia (comic strip), ''Sylvia'' (comic strip), a long-running comic strip by cartoonist Nicole Hollander Films *Sylvia (1961 film), ''Sylvia'' (1961 film), an Australian television play *Sylvia (1965 film), ''Sylvia'' (1965 film), an American drama film *Sylvia (1985 film), ''Sylvia'' (1985 film), a New Zealand film about New Zealand educator Sylvia Ashton-Warner, *Sylvia (2003 film), ''Sylvia'' (2003 film ...
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Mexican Spanish
Mexican Spanish ( es, español mexicano) is a set of Variety (linguistics), varieties of the Spanish language as spoken in Mexico. Spanish was brought to Mexico in the 16th century by Spanish Conquistadors. As in all other Spanish-speaking countries (including Spain), different accents and varieties of the language exist in different parts of the country, for both historical and sociological reasons. Among these, the varieties that are best known outside of the country are those of central Mexico—both educated and uneducated varieties—largely because the capital, Mexico City, hosts most of the Mass media, mass communication media with international projection. For this reason, most of the film dubbing identified abroad with the label "Mexican Spanish" or "Latin American Spanish" actually corresponds to the central Mexican variety. Mexico City was built on the site of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztec Empire. Besides the Aztecs or Mexica, the region was home to many ot ...
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Martha Elisa González Estrada
Martha (Hebrew language, Hebrew: מַרְתָּא) is a Bible, biblical figure described in the Gospels of Gospel of Luke, Luke and Gospel of John, John. Together with her siblings Lazarus of Bethany, Lazarus and Mary of Bethany, she is described as living in the village of Bethany near Jerusalem. She was witness to Jesus resurrecting her brother, Lazarus of Bethany, Lazarus. Etymology of the name The name ''Martha'' is a Latin transliteration of the Koine Greek Μάρθα, itself a translation of the Aramaic מַרְתָּא ''Martâ,'' "the mistress" or "the lady", from מרה "mistress," feminine of מר "master." The Aramaic form occurs in a Nabatean inscription found at Puteoli, and now in the Naples Museum; it is dated AD 5 (Corpus Inscr. Semit., 158); also in a Tadmor, Syria, Palmyrene inscription, where the Greek translation has the form ''Marthein.'' Pope, Hugh"St. Martha" The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 9. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1910. Biblical references I ...
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