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Ma·de·ro

 (mə-dĕr′ō, mä-dĕ′rō), Francisco Indalecio 1873-1913.
Mexican revolutionary and politician who forced the resignation of Porfirio Díaz and assumed the presidency (1911). Unable to effect reform, he was overthrown by Victoriano Huerta (1913) and executed.
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Ma•de•ro

(məˈdɛər oʊ, mɑ-)

n.
Francisco Indalecio, 1873–1913, Mexican president 1911–13.
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Puerto Madero, located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, could not accommodate large cargo ships, since its creation in the 19th century, due to its shallow river end.
The hotel - expected to open in 2024 - and its planned residences will be located within a $100M, 34-story, mixed-use tower poised to rise in the heart of the Puerto Madero neighborhood.
The Rita Ros Ol, available through May 10 for $15, is a unique wine-based cocktail made with Casa Madero Ros wine and Codigo 1530 Rosa Tequila.
Chef Gerald Madero and his team at the Forest Hills Country Club in Rockford, Illinois, undertook the project to build the 4-feet by 4-feet gingerbread house replica of the baseball park, putting in 70 hours over two weeks to ensure the Field was entirely edible, complete with gelatin windows, edible paper scoreboard, cracker seats, cookies for the floor icing trim and jelly candies for the flags.