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Mexican

named after or originating in Mexico.

Mexican axolotl
see ambystomamexicanum.
Mexican beaded lizard
(Heloderma horridum) a venomous lizard of North America whose bite causes local tissue reaction, vomiting, shock and central nervous system depression.
Mexican blue eye
see porcine paramyxovirus encephalomyelitis.
Mexican fireweed
Mexican hairless
a small lively dog with smooth skin that is hairless except on the head, feet and tip of the tail. The breed, which is recognized in the USA, is very similar to the Chinese Crested dog, and other hairless breeds. The body temperature is higher, about 104°F (40°C) than the normal range for domestic dogs. Called also Xoloitzcuintli.
Mexican poppy
argemonemexicana, A. ochroleuca.
Mexican rue
peganummexicana.
Mexican tea
see chenopodiumambrosioides.
Mexican walking fish
Mexican axolotl (above).
Mexican whorled milkweed
asclepiasmexicana.
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There's supposed to be a financial crisis in Mexico and on the news they're saying there are this many people from Mexico here.
80 billion, positioning Mexico among the top 10 destinations for such monies worldwide, according to U.
The good news is that the PRI is continuing to disintegrate and that Mexico is going to go through another peaceful transition of power," says Molano.
Mexico experienced similar circumstances more than two decades ago when lower labor cost, cheap currency and proximity to the U.
By continuing to embrace this one-dimensional view of the Bourbon state and its elite allies, a view which obscures the multiple ways in which the state was experienced and understood, most scholars of colonial law and judicial administration in Mexico City tenaciously cling to what historians of early modern Europe have shown to be a questionable model of an absolutist state.
This differentiated moral value judgment is confirmed in Mexico, where the findings of Nunez and Palma (1991) show that adolescent men reported abortion more often than women, possibly because the former are subject to less moral and legal sanctions.
But from Mexico's perspective, they are entitled to seal their southern border, while America supposedly has a moral responsibility to absorb all the illegal aliens Mexico cares to sent northward.
Unlike extradition, however, defendants (Mexican nationals) are prosecuted in Mexico and, if convicted, serve their sentences there.
The epidemic of cocoliztli from 1545 to 1548 killed an estimated 5 million to 15 million people, or up to 80% of the native population of Mexico (Figure 1).
in Engineering from The University of Miami and an Engineering Degree in Electronics and Communications from The Tec de Monterrey in Mexico City.