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(ˈgwaɪ mɑs)

a seaport in NW Mexico. 84,730.
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Nevarez, Paco Mendez, and Araceli Ramos, for their support during tagging and tag recovering at Guaymas, and to Sandra Patricia Garaizar and Vicente Monreal for recovering tags in Sta.
The pipeline will initially distribute natural gas to Naco, Hermosillo, Guaymas, Ciudad Obregon and Navojoa.
Stuart allows us to walk beside him as he tried to make such a life for himself in Guaymas, Mexico, in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Por mi mente paso como relampago un pensamiento: "Que raro que un hombre de costumbres tan toscas prefiera una cancion como 'La barca de Guaymas.
Benthic eukaryotic diversity in the Guaymas Basin hydrothermal vent environment, Proc.
After establishing a relationship with the double community of Guaymas and San Carlos, she discovered that Americans renting vacation properties in the area were especially interested in increasing the number of available musical events.
A; Guaymas and Caimanero Lagoon, Gulf of California, Mexico (Wicksten & Hendrickx 1992).
The waterfront decks of Guaymas and Servino Ristorante are both empty save for a few seagulls.
He was one of the best pitchers in the league,'' Garcia said of Valenzuela, who was a role model for the 21-year-old native of Guaymas Sonora, Mexico.
En 1962 -y bajo el nombre compacto con el que recibia correspondencia de la Espana franquista: Joaquin M(anteca) Ortiz, los apellidos de la abuela- establecio, en un local de la pequena calle de Guaymas, acceso a Romita, la editorial Joaquin Mortiz, motivo de sus mayores alegrias y de sus crecientes zozobras.
The project will operate from two sites: the San Ignacio Lagoon on the Pacific side of Baja California and the Guaymas Basin in the Gulf of California (also known as the Sea of Cortez).
Principal battles: Guaymas (1846); Mazatlan, La Paz (Mexico) (1847); Port Royal Sound (1861); Charleston (1863).