One day we accompanied a party of the Spaniards in their whale-boat to a salina, or lake from which salt is procured.
I am inclined to think that the river Valchita loses itself in this salina.
This may be illustrated by the familiar case of the crustacea Artemia salina and Artemia Milhausenii.
The governor, with his party, had just left the house for Tehuantepec and salina Cruz.
One day I rode to a large salt-lake, or salina, which is distant fifteen miles from the town.
With the salt in this the salina formation there are many beds of gypsum.
On the other hand, to have reached the front stairs Penn must have passed through salina's room.
But salina, who was in her room at the time, averred that she had not been disturbed, even by a sound.
I met the captain every night taking his men as far as salina Street, and we always saluted one another.
salina saw that it was now too late to keep the secret from him; there was no way but to tell him all.