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Reynosa

(Spanish reˈnosa)
n
(Placename) a city in E Mexico, in Tamaulipas state on the Rio Grande. Pop: 847 000 (2005 est)
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Rey•no•sa

(reɪˈnoʊ sə)

n.
a city in N Tamaulipas, in E Mexico, on the Rio Grande. 265,663.
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A trio of Fox Valley college students and a Methodist pastor spent May 26-June 1 helping build a home for a family in Reynosa, Mexico.
(TAP) - Mexican federal police on Thursday rescued 79 Central Americans in the violent border city of Reynosa in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, a day after authorities freed another 34 people in the same state, the Security Ministry said in a statement.
The gang forced the bus to stop on a road between the border city of Reynosa and the town of San Fernando in Tamaulipas.
Volumes and thus revenue were down in fiscal year (FY) 17 over FY16 due primarily to the higher level of violence in Reynosa, according to management.
In the case of Reynosa, it is the most populous city of the border region of Tamaulipas, Mexico, and it exhibits the greatest economic dynamism due to the number of maquiladora industries and jobs created in this sector.
The air is hot and sticky behind the metal gates of Senda de Vida, a migrant shelter on the bank of the Rio Grande in Reynosa, Mexico.