- a city in W Colombia.
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I was roasted by the sun in Cartagena and walked the once deadly streets of Medellin in the rain.Memorial Days After Mourning Has Passed
May 25, 2014
There, Blanco reportedly was trying to go clean, plowing her earnings into commerce, including a lingerie shop in Medellin.Griselda Blanco: The Gunned-Down Godmother
September 5, 2012
Ladewig told the Daily Beast that he met Medellin while hiking with Campos-Martinez in Griffith Park.
The tipster reportedly received email messages stating that: “Medellin was in Mexico and had not returned.”
Hayes also said that Medellin was not killed by a drug cartel.
A cloud of dust was visible at the débouchement of the Medellin road.The Rifle Rangers
Captain Mayne Reid
Here he assumed an incognito, and proceeded on foot fifteen miles to Medellin.Hernando Cortez
John S. C. Abbott
To hold the district he founded the towns of Medellin and Espritu Santo.The Colonization of North America
Herbert Eugene Bolton
By him, the padre was located at Medellin, a few miles from Vera Cruz itself.
Leaving at eight o'clock in the morning we were at Medellin in an hour.
- a city in W Colombia, at an altitude of 1554 m (5100 ft): the second largest city in the country, with three universities; important coffee centre, with large textile mills; dominated by drug cartels in recent years. Pop: 3 236 000 (2005 est)
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