[suh-lahy-uh; Spanish se-lah-yah]
- a city in Guanajuato state, central Mexico.
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Examples from the Web for celaya
Celaya eventually pulled over to the side of the road where police heard gunshots.
Douglass said Celaya was a known meth user, and had a string of previous arrests.
In 1997, just before a race, Hamilton says Celaya gave him his first “red egg” or “vitamin”—testosterone capsules.Lance Armstrong’s Teammate Tells All: ‘The Secret Race’ By Tyler Hamilton
The Daily Beast
September 8, 2012
He wondered what might have occurred in other cities: Tepic, Celaya, Guanajuato?When the Owl Cries
At Celaya, their numbers had increased to fifty thousand men—some say more.Mexico
But at Celaya, when men were thinking of rest in the cool monasteries there, they learned that they must not pause.The Missourian
Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
There are quite a number of buildings in Celaya, both public and private, which evince notable architectural beauty.Aztec Land
Maturin M. Ballou
- a city in central Mexico, in Guanajuato state: market town, famous for its sweetmeats; textile-manufacturing. Pop: 727 000 (2005 est)
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