Progreso

[praw-gre-saw]
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Contemporary Examples of progreso

  • Raquel lives in a modest brick house in Progreso, Texas, a border town less than 40 miles from Matamoros.

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Historical Examples of progreso

  • And then the red-shirted captain stated he would like to go back to Progreso and return for us at our convenience.

  • That the Progreso birds were actually beginning a trans-Gulf flight seems inevitable.

  • The principal port, Progreso, is an open roadstead where no shelter is obtained, the old abandoned port of Sisal being superior.

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    Charles Reginald Enock

  • Leaving my companions I went the following morning to Progreso to attend to the unlucky baggage.

  • We found the carnival at Progreso more natural and unpretentious, but also far more lively and amusing, than anything in Mérida.