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  1. Cardenas a.k.a. Cárdenas, Calle Calzada Cárdenas is a municipality and city in the Matanzas Province of Cuba, about 175 km east of Havana. Per population is the 15th Cuban city and the second most populated one not being a provincial seat, after Manzanillo.
    • also known as Cardenas, Matanzas, Cuba; Cárdenas, Matanzas, Cuba; Cárdenas, Cuba
    • part of Cuba, Matanzas Province
  2. Cardenas a.k.a. Cárdenas is the second-largest city in the state of Tabasco, in southeastern Mexico. It lies in the northwestern part of the state, on the Gulf of Mexico coast, east of the city of Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz. The city is the municipal seat of Cárdenas Municipality. At the census of 2005 the city had a population of 79,875 inhabitants, while the municipality had 219,563 inhabitants. There are numerous smaller communities in the municipality, but the largest are Sánchez Magallanes and Campo Magallanes. The area of the municipality is 2,112 km².
  3. Cardenas a.k.a. Cárdenas is a municipality and city in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí.
  4. Cardenas a.k.a. Cárdenas is a municipality in the Rivas department of Nicaragua.
    • also known as Cardenas, Rivas; Cárdenas, Rivas
    • part of Nicaragua
  5. Cardenas a.k.a. Cárdenas Municipality: Cárdenas is a municipality in Tabasco in south-eastern Mexico.
  6. Cardenas was a township in the old Panama Canal Zone. It was original founded to house FAA personnel. Later, additional housing was constructed for staff members of the Middle America Research Unit, a medical research laboratory of the National Institute of Health.
    • also known as Cardenas, Panama
    • part of Panama

Characters

  1. Cardenas a.k.a. Cárdenas is a fictional character from the 2012 Mexican telenovela Porque el amor manda.
  2. Cardenas is a fictional character from the 1969 film Land Raiders.

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"Cardenas" a.k.a. "Cárdenas" is a composition.

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Google previewA Guide to the West Indies and Bermudas (1908)

by Frederick Albion Ober

Cardenas is a modern and flourishing city 30 miles directly east from Matanzas, celebrated for its two underground rivers, which supply it with water, and for submarine deposits of asphalt in the harbour. It lies on a broad but shallow bay, and is ...

Google previewAftermath (2012)

The Cultures of the Economic Crisis by Manuel Castells, João Caraça, Gustavo Cardoso

Amalia Cardenas is a Researcher at the Open University ...

Google previewMontezuma Strip (2009)

by Alan Dean Foster

” “Sergeant Cardenas is an Intuit,” the lieutenant explained quietly, interrupting. “Ah. Right.” The tech gave Cardenas that familiar look, the one that always slipped out before people realized what they were doing, and left ,

Google previewEncyclopedia of Utah (2001)

by Nancy Capace

Led by Captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas, they had reached this great body of water by a twenty-day march through the Painted Desert of Arizona, and for several days had vainly sought a means of descent down the precipitous canyon ...

Google previewColorado Biographical Dictionary (1999)

by Jan Onofrio

While there Tovar heard of the Colorado River, and Cardenas was dispatched from Cibola with about a dozen companions "to go to see this river.

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2016)

by Steven G. Rogelberg

Cardenas Rebekah A.

Cardenas Broadly defined, consulting refers to the act of providing expertise and counsel on professional matters.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Christianity in the United States (2016)

by George Thomas Kurian, Mark A. Lamport

—JennifeR WooDRuff tait CardEnas, Fray bEniGno Fray Benigno Cardenas was a Roman Catholic priest and later, a Methodist clergyman actively ministering during the years following the Mexican American War of 1846–1848 and through ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Politics (2005)

by Rodney P. Carlisle

As a result, Cardenas was able to integrate the working-class unions and agricultural sectors into the main political party, the Revolutionary Institutional Party (PRI). The PRI ruled Mexico over the next 70 years, through World War II, the Cold ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Methodism (2013)

by Charles Yrigoyen Jr., Susan E. Warrick

Robert Drew Simpson CARDENAS, BENIGNO (n.d.). Disaffected Mexican Roman Catholic priest, Cardenas is credited with initiating Methodist work among ...

Google previewDrugs in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law [3 volumes] (2014)

by Nancy E. Marion, Willard M. Oliver

They serve as a private mercenary group for the cartel, who would protect Osiel Cardenas from other gangs and the Mexican Army. Together, the Zetas and the Gulf Cartel were known as La Compania, or the Company. Eventually the Zetas ...

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Scrabble value of C3A1R1D2E1N1A1S1

The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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