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 (nō-găl′ĭs, -gä′lĭs)
A city of southern Arizona south of Tucson on the Mexican border. It is a port of entry.
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Noun1.Nogales - a town in Arizona on the Mexican border opposite Nogales, Mexico
Arizona, Grand Canyon State, AZ - a state in southwestern United States; site of the Grand Canyon
2.Nogales - a town in northern Mexico on the border of Arizona
Mexico, United Mexican States - a republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810
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While visiting family, he sought care at a hospital in Nogales, Mexico, where he received treatment with penicillin and was released.
The fighter out of Nogales, Mexico capped his domination with a knockdown of Gradovich at four rounds into the 10-rounder at the 2:14 mark, prompting the referee to stop the fight.
That is the fantasy claptrap that feeds the thinking that dehumanises migrants, that tolerates reckless violence by border agents, like the shooting of an unarmed child, in the back, through the fence, into Nogales, Mexico " one disturbing episode among many.
Caption: Cronkite School of Journalism student Erica Lang records musicians in Nogales, Mexico.
In his role at Avnet, Brenner manages Avnets distribution centers in the Americas as well as Avnets value-add center located in Nogales, Mexico.
Caption: Auxiliary Bishop Luis Zarama of Atlanta serves juice to men at the Aid Center for Deported Migrants in Nogales, Mexico, March 31.
The victims include a 16-year-old boy in Nogales, Mexico, who was shot at least seven times for throwing rocks and a Mexican immigrant who died from a heart attack after being Tasered by agents.
The authors begin to support their thesis by comparing conditions between Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Mexico, to show that neither geography nor ethnicity can account for differences.
Border Patrol agents shot him dead on the night of October 10, 2012, Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez had passed a pleasant evening in his hometown of Nogales, Mexico.
Consulate General in Nogales, Mexico, put on its first competition to test the salsa-making abilities of the staff.
Sister Rosalba Avalos Ramos, a Missionary Sister of the Eucharist and aid coordinator at El Comedor, a shelter for deported migrants in Nogales, Mexico (Global Post, December 17)
One of the most interesting examples mentioned in the book is that of the twin cities of Nogales, Mexico and Nogales, United States.