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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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