- Be·ni·to (Pa·blo) [be-nee-taw pah-vlaw] /bɛˈni tɔ ˈpɑ vlɔ/, 1806–72, president of Mexico 1857–72.
- Ciudad. Ciudad Juárez.
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Contemporary Examples of juarez
This house on Parsioneros, after all, was only one of many such narco-tombs in Juarez, known as narcofosas.
Together, they crossed over the International Bridges on foot into Juarez to conduct some business.
“The government just wanted to catch the big fish [in the Juarez cartel] and they ignored everything in between,” Lozoya said.
Arturo in particular built up the organization and aligned it with the Sinaloa and Juarez cartels in the early 2000s.Trading Dime Bags for Salvador Dali
October 19, 2014
Sister networks formed in cities like Juarez, Chihuahua and Guadalajara.Mexican Journalists Speak Out on Reporter Murders
June 17, 2014
Historical Examples of juarez
The fate of the Emperor Maximilian was now in the hands of Juarez.
Juarez is the only President of Mexico who has died in the occupancy of his office!
It is Juarez without the bull ring, the racetrack or the gambling places.Across the Mesa
"You are more apt to find us wolves in lamb's hide," retorted Juarez.
It was only with the aid of Juarez's horsemanship that he clawed his way back to safety.
- short for Ciudad Juárez
- Benito Pablo (beˈnito ˈpaβlo). 1806–72, Mexican statesman. As president (1861–65; 1867–72) he thwarted Napoleon III's attempt to impose an empire under Maximilian and introduced many reforms