Emiliano Zapata

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Noun1.Emiliano Zapata - Mexican revolutionary who led a revolt for agrarian reforms (1879-1919)Emiliano Zapata - Mexican revolutionary who led a revolt for agrarian reforms (1879-1919)
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The Emiliano Zapata Autonomous Clinic is run by townspeople who have had only a few months of basic medical training.
The Emiliano Zapata ejido was legally built on 1,600 hectares of private land 75 years ago.
This study, in reality a joint biography of the revolution's two main leaders, Francisco ('Pancho') Villa and Emiliano Zapata, gives the revolution's history through their lives.
In August, some Mexico-based hackers known as X-Ploit invaded the website of Mexico's Finance Ministry and installed a picture of Mexico's revolutionary icon Emiliano Zapata.
The biggest thing in this little village is a sprawling rebel meeting centre: a scattering of clapboard buildings on the edge of town with a lurid painting of revolutionary icon Emiliano Zapata.
A good example is a government loan of 200,000 new pesos granted in 1993 to the Peasant Organization Emiliano Zapata.
Even John Womack, the Harvard professor who wrote the definitive biography of Emiliano Zapata, says that today, "an ejido parcel is a ticket to misery.
Fueled by the Mexican people's growing dissatisfaction with an elitist ruling regime, the revolution was led by two of the most intriguing and mythic figures in 20th-century history -- Emiliano Zapata and Francisco "Pancho" Villa.
announced today the grand opening of Autotek Morelos, a new greenfield facility in Emiliano Zapata, Morelos, Mexico, for the assembly of automotive chassis products.
Part of a series designed for high school level students intended to provide clear, concise biographical information about important historical figures in a readily accessible style, this short volume examines the life and times of the important and influential Mexican revolutionary, Emiliano Zapata.
La pintura: Descarga del monte (Painting: Jungle Jam), 1995, for example, paraphrases Lam's best-known work, La jungla (The Jungle), 1943, while also borrowing from Diego Rivera's famous portrait of a white-garbed Emiliano Zapata.
More importantly, his life brings us into contact with a plethora of history-making people and events, including Emiliano Zapata and the Mexican Revolution, Presidents Obregon, Calles, and Cardenas, and the bitter confrontation between leftists and right-wing extremists at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (National Autonomous University of Mexico, or UNAM) in 1948.