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2008-03-07 03:00:15

By Keven Ann Willey, The Dallas Morning News Mar. 7--SAN CRISToBAL, Mexico -- Contrasts are what produce "wow" moments in Chiapas, Mexico's southernmost state. It's Mexican. But it's really more Mayan. The Spanish were afraid of the jungle and never succeeded in conquering the region.

2006-08-21 17:05:00

By Mica Rosenberg TUXTLA GUTIERREZ, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico's main leftist party held a razor-thin lead on Monday in the governor's race in Chiapas state, heightening nationwide tension over the still-unresolved July presidential vote.

2006-08-21 09:53:18

By Mica Rosenberg TUXTLA GUTIERREZ, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico's main leftist party was ahead by a hair on Monday in a governor's election in the largely Maya Indian state of Chiapas, adding to tension over a fiercely contested July 2 presidential vote.

2006-08-21 04:53:59

By Mica Rosenberg TUXTLA GUTIERREZ, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico's main leftist party was ahead by a hair on Monday in a governor's election in the largely Maya Indian state of Chiapas, adding to tension over a fiercely contested presidential vote.

2006-08-21 00:58:06

By Mica Rosenberg TUXTLA GUTIERREZ, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico's main leftist party held a razor-thin lead in a governor's election in the largely Maya Indian state of Chiapas on Sunday, adding to tension over a fiercely contested presidential vote.

2006-08-20 20:41:05

By Mica Rosenberg NAVENCHAUC, Mexico (Reuters) - Two of the main parties in Mexico's largely Maya Indian state of Chiapas both claimed they were ahead on Sunday in a governor's race that may deepen a national political crisis after a disputed presidential election.

2006-08-20 12:41:47

By Mica Rosenberg NAVENCHAUC, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico's poor, largely Maya Indian state of Chiapas voted on Sunday in a tense governor's race that could add volatility to a national political crisis following a disputed presidential election.

2006-07-02 17:50:00

Mexicans voted for a new president on Sunday, torn between a Harvard-educated conservative and a feisty champion of the poor who could lead Mexico into Latin America's resurgent left-wing camp.

2006-07-02 15:47:56

By Alistair Bell and Kieran Murray MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexicans voted for a new president on Sunday, torn between joining a resurgent left-wing camp in Latin America or sticking to pro-business policies and a close alliance with the United States. In a country crucial to U.S.

2006-07-02 15:44:48

By Alistair Bell and Kieran Murray MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexicans voted for a new president on Sunday, torn between joining a resurgent left-wing camp in Latin America or sticking to pro-business policies and a close alliance with the United States. In a country crucial to U.S.


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saggar
  • A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.
The word 'saggar' may come from 'safeguard'.
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