How Do You Say Stomach in Mexico?

How Do You Say Stomach in Mexico?

Author: Jose Leyva

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1508471630

Category:

Page: 162

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This book will be very useful for healthcare professionals to learn just the key medical terms in Spanish. Rather than a thick dictionary, filled with explanations and multiple entries, How Do You Say Stomach in Mexico? is a handy book that can be used when doing medical work in Mexico. Get acquainted with the most common medical terms in Spanish.
Juvenile Fiction

Sofi Mendoza's Guide to Getting Lost in Mexico

Sofi Mendoza's Guide to Getting Lost in Mexico

Author: Malín Alegría

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780689878114

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 314

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When Southern California high school senior Sofi Mendoza lies to her parents and crosses the border for a weekend party, she has no idea that she will get stuck in a Mexican village with family she has never met before, unable to return to the United States and the easy life she knew.
Fiction

The Affair of the Dead Stranger

The Affair of the Dead Stranger

Author: Clifford Knight

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 9781789129762

Category: Fiction

Page: 172

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The Affair of the Dead Stranger, first published in 1944, is a murder mystery featuring amateur sleuth Huntoon Rogers, an English professor from California, and is set, like many of Knight’s books, in an exotic location. In this case, the setting is Taxco, Mexico, an important silver-mining and jewelry-making center. Clifford Reynolds Knight (1886-1963) authored twenty-four crime novels between 1937 and 1952, beginning with the Red Badge prize winning The Affair of the Scarlet Crab. Eighteen of Knight’s books feature Huntoon Rogers, each title beginning with “The Affair of...”
Fiction

The Red Track: A Story of Social Life in Mexico

The Red Track: A Story of Social Life in Mexico

Author: Gustave Aimard

Publisher: Litres

ISBN: 9785040476428

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Mexico

Mexico

Mexico

Author: Albert T'Serstevens

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210011759212

Category: Mexico

Page: 368

View: 806

Social Science

Health in the Mexican-American Culture

Health in the Mexican-American Culture

Author: Margaret Clark

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520307988

Category: Social Science

Page: 268

View: 266

This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1970.
History

True Tales from Another Mexico

True Tales from Another Mexico

Author: Sam Quinones

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 0826322964

Category: History

Page: 348

View: 222

Stories of life in modern Mexico reveals the spirit, drama, and humor of surviving daily life in and around Mexico's system of political, economic, and social organizations.
History

Hello Mexico!

Hello Mexico!

Author: Lorrain Giddings

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781583487662

Category: History

Page: 154

View: 643

Whether you are going to Mexico to live or just planning a weekend there, Hello Mexico is for you. Life in Mexico may be different than what you expect, and you need to be prepared. This is a living guide, not a travel guide. It doesn’t tell you where to go or how to get there. It does explain things you need to know, like: the joys and precautions of eating in Mexico, the real driving rules and how to keep alive on the road, understanding the police and how to avoid trouble.
Fiction

All of Mexico

All of Mexico

Author: Scott Benton

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595498802

Category: Fiction

Page: 516

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All of Mexico is seen through the eyes of Rimmon Squires, volunteer lieutenant on the staff of General Winfield Scott. Squires, a daguerreotypist, uses his skill with this breakthrough photographic technology to record the heroics and skullduggery of the United States first war of foreign conquest, following the old Cortez route to Mexico city. His lens captures Captain Robert E. Lee resting after his brilliant battle field reconnaissance at Cerro Gordo, the young artillery lieutenant, Tom Jackson, as he earns a brevet at Chapultepec and Sam Grant using a steeple emplaced howitzer with telling effect as the army assaults the Mexican capital. All of Mexico catches the defining moment in the ongoing history of our two neighboring republics. The army was led by men who were to become gray bearded heroes of the blue and gray forces of the Civil War. The Mexican war induced conflicting attitudes that still resonate today, shame at invading a sister republic, pride at gaining vast territories (what is now California and the southwestern states of the U. S.) and the realization of what was termed our national Manifest Destiny.
Fiction

Mexican High

Mexican High

Author: Liza Monroy

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9780385526883

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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The daughter of an American diplomat, Mila has spent her childhood moving from country to country. When her mother is reassigned to Mexico City for Mila’s senior year of high school, Mila has no idea what to expect. Mexico seems to be a country with the ultimate freedoms: the wealthy students at her private international school—the sons and daughters of Mexico’s ruling class—party hard at exclusive clubs, dress in expensive clothing, and see more of their housekeepers than they do of their globe-trotting parents. But Mila has more in common with them than they know: her father, whose identity has been kept from her, is a high-ranking politician with whom Mila’s mother had a one-night stand in her hippie days. Now Mila is determined to discover who he is, whatever the cost may be. Mexican High is a coming-of-age story about identity, belonging, and first love. In a setting rife with sex, drugs, and political corruption, it is also a revealing look at elite Mexican society and its freedoms, dangers, and excesses. Monroy’s flawless evocation of the brink of adulthood, in many ways mirrored by the turmoil of Mexico City itself, makes this a truly memorable debut.
Travel

Mexico's Gulf Coast

Mexico's Gulf Coast

Author: Joanie Sanchez

Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc

ISBN: 1588433943

Category: Travel

Page: 400

View: 948

This guide covers Veracruz, Tabasco and north to the Texas border. It offers background information on the history, culture, geography and climate of the region as well as practical information for where to stay and what to see and do.
Foreign workers, Canadian

Impact of Commuter Aliens Along the Mexican and Canadian Borders

Impact of Commuter Aliens Along the Mexican and Canadian Borders

Author: United States. Select Commission on Western Hemisphere Immigration

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015011511501

Category: Foreign workers, Canadian

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