[seen-l-oh-uh, sin-; Spanish see-nah-law-ah]
- a state in W Mexico, bordering on the Gulf of California. 22,582 sq. mi. (58,485 sq. km). Capital: Culiacán.
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Examples from the Web for sinaloa
In the meantime, there is talk that with El Chapo in prison the Sinaloa cartel has a new leader.
The notorious Sinaloa cartel boss is trying to use Mexican law to get himself out of jail—and it just might work.
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
And he was not the only Sinaloa cartel informant to suffer an abrupt reversal of fortune with ICE.
In Juárez, locals regard him as the commander of the ultra-violent Sinaloa offensive in their city.
What was that you said about the Sinaloa priest story of the red gold?The Treasure Trail
Marah Ellis Ryan
The climate of Sinaloa is good; in the upper regions excellent.
Beginning at the west, as before, we have the State of Sinaloa.
To-day we have news that some of our troops have crossed the Sinaloa border.Across the Mesa
Part of Sinaloa was explored, and Culiacn was founded as an outpost in 1531.The Colonization of North America
Herbert Eugene Bolton
- a state of W Mexico. Capital: Culiacán. Pop: 2 534 835 (2000). Area: 58 092 sq km (22 425 sq miles)