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 (kwĕr-nə-vä′kə, -nä-vä′kä)
A city of south-central Mexico in the Cuernavaca Valley near Mexico City. It is an industrial city and a popular tourist and health resort.
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(Spanish kwɛrnaˈβaka)
(Placename) a city in S central Mexico, capital of Morelos state: resort with nearby Cacahuamilpa Caverns. Pop: 723 000 (2005 est)
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(ˌkwɛr nəˈvɑ kə)

the capital of Morelos, in central Mexico. 357,600.
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(1) Universidad Politecnica del Estado de Morelos Boulevard, Cuauhnahuac 566, 62660 Jiutepec, Mexico
(2) Universidad Politecnica del Estado de Morelos, Boulevard Cuauhnahuac 566, Colonia Lomas del Texcal, 62574 Jiutepec, MOR, Mexico
This Latinophile has studied Spanish at the Cuauhnahuac: Escuela de Lengua y Cultura and also the Chac-Mool Escuela de Idiomas in Cuernavaca, Mexico.