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23 examples of  mexico's  in sentences

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Hardly had the bell of Independence ceased ringing out in joyous clang on September 15, 1910, in celebration of free Mexico's centenary, hardly had the gorgeous fรชtes for the President's birthday or the homage paid him by the whole world run their course, when the spark of discontent became a blaze.

Whatever the outcome, whether it triumphs or fails, the new administration, assailed on every side by an enemy as treacherous and unscrupulous as it is powerful, and making a last standperhaps a vain onefor Mexico's economic liberty and political independence, merits the support and comprehension of all the progressive elements of the world.

General Victoriano Huerta, Mexico's latest Interim-President, during the first few months that followed his overthrow of the Madero Government found out to his own cost how much harder it is to rule a people than an army.

General Diaz approved of his plans, and Captain Huerta, accordingly, in 1879, became the founder of Mexico's present General Staff Corps.

In Mexico's centennial year of 1910, when Francisco Madero rose in the north, and other parts of the Republic gave signs of disaffection, General Huerta was ordered south to take charge of all the detached Government force in the mountainous State of Guerrero.

After General Huerta saw General Porfirio Diaz off to Europe at Vera Cruz, he returned to the capital and placed himself at the disposition of Don Francisco L. de la Barra, Mexico's new President ad interim.

At the same time President Madero induced his former fellow rebel, Ambrosio Figueroa, now Commander-in-Chief of Mexico's rural guards, to cooperate with General Huerta by bringing a mounted force of three thousand rurales from Guerrero into Morelos from the south so as to hem in the Zapatistas between himself and Huerta at Cuernavaca.

The paper he took from Seรฑor Alvarez after the shooting was supposed to bear vitally upon Mexico's attitude toward our plan, but, as it developed, it was about another matter entirely.

Whatever may be the prospect of Mexico's being soon able to execute the treaty on its part, it is proper that we should be in anticipation prepared at all times to perform our obligations, without regard to the probable condition of those with whom we have contracted them.

New Mexico's own chronicle.

New Mexico's own chronicle.

FREDERICK K. The ejido, Mexico's way out.

SEE Fries, Mrs. Frederick K. SIMPSON, EYLER N. The ejido, Mexico's way out.

BOOTH, GEORGE C. Mexico's school made society.

New Mexico's own chronicle.

New Mexico's own chronicle.

FREDERICK K. The ejido, Mexico's way out.

SEE Fries, Mrs. Frederick K. SIMPSON, EYLER N. The ejido, Mexico's way out.

BOOTH, GEORGE C. Mexico's school made society.

" Carlos von Gagern, Charakteristik der Indianischen Bevรถlkerung Mexico's, p. 17 (in the Mit. der Geog.

Mexico's 1910-1917 revolution was prolonged.

Mexico's revolution resulted in two important developments that have played a major role in socialist construction.

McMaster, 334.] 337. Treaty of Peace, 1848.The direct cause of the Mexican War was Mexico's unwillingness to give up Texas without a struggle.