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- Cedral is a municipality in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. The population is 7.972 inhabitants. The city belongs to the Mesoregion and Microregion of São José do Rio Preto.
- Cedral, San Luis Potosí is a town and municipality in San Luis Potosí in central Mexico.
- also known as Cedral, San Luis Potosí
- part of San Luis Potosí
- Cedral a.k.a. Cedral, Maranhão: Cedral is a municipality in the state of Maranhão in the Northeast region of Brazil.
- read more about Cedral, Maranhão
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Men in a Developing Society (2014)
Geographic and Social Mobility in Monterrey, Mexico by Jorge Balán, Harley Linwood Browning, Elizabeth Jelin
Outmigration is facilitated because Cedral is a culturally homogeneous community, and those who migrate do not encounter cultural or ethnic barriers in the places to which they go. In terms of the class relations earlier described, migration ...
Mexico and the Mexicans (1883)
Or, Notes of Travel in the Winter and Spring of 1883 by Howard Conkling
Cedral is a place of little importance, and without any of the industries or other features that make a town interesting ...
by Vivien Lougheed
Paso el Cedral is an intermediate dive that drops 60 feet (20 m) to reefs with caverns hiding large fish and the green morays, always a treat to see. Colombia Shallow is for the novice. It drops to about 35 feet (10 m) into a sea garden that ...
Forests and Society (2007)
Sustainability and Life Cycles of Forests in Human Landscapes by Kristiina A. Vogt
El Cedral is a Chimane indigenous community and is located within the reserve boundary. San Antonio is the closest Chimane community to the reserve and is located in the buffer zone. Puerto Mendez is far away from the reserve but located ...
by Harry Adès, Rough Guides
CO Witli its excellent reputation for conservation and research activities, HATO EL CEDRAL is a good ranch for the curious visitor — there are often lectures by international scientists open to the public. Fifteen comfortable cabanas have air ...
by Barbara Ann Kipfer
çavustepe E Anatolia Urartian fortress çayönü E Anatolia Neolithic site Cedral N Mexico early settlement Ceiba Grande SEMexico PreClassical site Camerota SItaly Neanderthal site Caminade CFrance Neanderthal site Caminero CFrance ...
The Bankers Encyclopedia (1917)
Vera Cruz Cedral........ San Luis Potosí Celaya-...Guanajuato Chalcaihuites.... Zacatecas Charmacuero...... Guanajuato Chilhuahua Chihuahua Pop. 55000 Banco de Zacatecas...... ...... Banco de Londres y Mexico... Banco Nacional de Mexico.
An English dictionary, 1676 (1692)
by Elisha COLES (Lexicographer)
vanquished the British King Cedral, and became a devout Christian. Halsworth, a Town in Saffolk. Half bord, c. sixpence. Half-mark, a noble , ...
Comprising the Definitions and Derivations of the Scientific Terms in General Use, Together with the History and Descriptions of the Scientific Principles of Nearly Every Branch of Human Knowledge by William Thomas Brande, George William Cox
Cedral. Limetta. t | Patcho '. Sandalwood | Citrine . . . Lemon . Spike Lavender. Thyme. Serpolet. Marjorum. Spearmint.
Cedral water. The cedrat is a species of citron, and very highly esteemed in Italy, where it grows naturally. The fruit is difficult to be procured in this country; but as the effential oil is often imported from Italy, it may be made with it according to the ...
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