Chetumal

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Che•tu•mal

(ˌtʃɛ tuˈmɑl)

n.
the capital of Quintana Roo, in SE Mexico. 23,685.
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Axtel highlighted that Estratel generates annual revenues of 250 m pesos, has presence in the cities of Guadalajara, Queretaro, Merida, Campeche, Chetumal, Mexico City and Monterrey and has a specialised team of more than 100 employees.
Muscle tissue was cut from each individual, placed in 96[degrees] ethanol, and finally conserved at 4[degrees]C for molecular analysis at ECOSUR (El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Chetumal, Mexico).
cacti (larvae and adults) were collected on the coconut palms and placed in a box for transportation to the laboratory for observation (adult specimens were deposited in the Zoological Museum of ECOSUR, Chetumal, Mexico).
Instituto tecnologico de Chetumal, Chetumal, Mexico. Tesis de Grado.
Ernesto had top sustained winds of 65 miles per hour (105 km per hour) and was located 220 miles (354 km) east of Chetumal, Mexico, the U.S.
National Hurricane Center said Ernesto had winds of 80 mph (129 kph) and was located about 185 miles (298 kilometers) east of Chetumal, Mexico.
One of these old-time tappers who survived the market's worst years is 85-year-old Policarpo Aguilar, now turned folk singer with an album appropriately titled Chiclero, recorded by Bahia del Sol Records of Chetumal, Mexico. Don Policarpo's song "El Chiclerito" [The Little Chicle Tapper], accompanied by his own guitar in the syncopated rhythm called "bruckdown" (short for "broken down calypso") from Belizean logging camps, tells of heartbreak and loneliness far from home.
Alex had sustained winds of 40 miles per hour (65 km per hour) and was located about 250 miles (400 km) east southeast of Chetumal, Mexico.