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Ximbó — a rare form of chicken barbacoa — which, in the Indigenous Otomi language of Hñahñu Otomi, means “maguey stalks,” is hidden in the Bay AreaMy Endless Search for Ximbó, One of the Rarest Forms of Barbacoa|Bill Esparza|June 25, 2021|Eater
It was a capacious one, made of the strong plaited thread of the maguey.The Tiger Hunter|Mayne Reid
We reached the town in a motor-car, passing through well cultivated fields of maguey.The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon From Ifugao to Kalinga|Cornelis De Witt Willcox
These poles were the flower stalks of the great American aloe, or maguey-plant—the only thing resembling wood that grew near.
They were then tied upon poles of maguey, and set upright over the carcasses, so as to dangle and dance about in the wind.
A specimen found sitting on a maguey plant in the daytime was pale ashy gray with a pale green upper lip.The Amphibians and Reptiles of Michoacn, Mxico|William E. Duellman