Izalco


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I·zal·co

 (ĭ-zăl′kō, ē-säl′-)
A volcano, about 1,950 m (6,400 ft) high, of western El Salvador. Its 50 eruptions between 1770 and 1966 earned it the nickname "the Lighthouse of the Pacific."
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Entre los muchos centenares de posibles candidatos, cabe mencionar, por ejemplo, que el ecuatoriano Nicolas Clemente Ponce (1866-1929) publicara postumamente, en 1931, en Quito, Los dos primeros libros de la Eneida (175); que el salvadoreno Rafael Lara Martinez (1952-) publicara Mitos en la lengua materna de los pipiles de Izalco en El Salvador (2011), desde los textos orales de la lengua nahua-pipil (237); o que el mexicano Jose Emilio Pacheco (1939-) tradujera al irlandes Samuel Beckett en 1966, y lo publicara en Ciudad de Mexico con el titulo de Como es (321); etcetera.
(2) Central Izalco, Km 62 /, Carretera a Sonsonate, Canton Huiscoyolate, Izalco, Sonsonate, El Salvador
The loan will be used to build and expand prisons in Izalco, Santa Ana and Sonsonate, in the West, Zacatecoluca (center) and Morazan (northeast).
The bikes include: a red, white and blue 2010 Focus Izalco 2.0 road bike with Easton Circuit wheels; a white, gold and teal 2012 Ruby Apex woman's road bike with Zipp 101 wheels; a red Cannondale R900 road bike; and a white and metallic green Focus Killer Bee Disc mountain bike.
The ceremony took place in a prison in Izalco, where Rivas, known as Chino Tres Colas, is now being held following his transfer from Zacatecoluca.