Synonyms for ciudad_acuña_coahuila or Related words with ciudad_acuña_coahuila

piedras_negras_coahuila              poza_rica_veracruz              ciudad_obregón_sonora              tapachula_chiapas              ciudad_juárez_chihuahua              uruapan_michoacán              mexicali_baja_california              irapuato_guanajuato              colima_colima              campeche_campeche              monclova_coahuila              cancún_quintana_roo              durango_durango              saltillo_coahuila              guasave_sinaloa              los_mochis_sinaloa              navojoa_sonora              nuevo_laredo_tamaulipas              grandes_chihuahua              querétaro_querétaro              veracruz_veracruz              celaya_guanajuato              tecate_baja_california              ciudad_camargo              agua_prieta_sonora              salamanca_guanajuato              oaxaca_oaxaca              caborca_sonora              nuevo_casas              culiacan_sinaloa              cozumel_quintana_roo              ciudad_juarez_chihuahua              ciudad_acuña              tuxtla_gutiérrez_chiapas              monterrey_nuevo_leon              coatzacoalcos_veracruz              ciudad_valles_san              gómez_palacio_durango              chihuahua_chihuahua              mazatlán_sinaloa              puerto_vallarta_jalisco              tepic_nayarit              ensenada_baja_california              torreón_coahuila              tijuana_baja_california              morelia_michoacán              huatulco_oaxaca              acapulco_acapulco              huajicori              ciudad_cuauhtémoc             



Examples of "ciudad_acuña_coahuila"
The western terminus of this segment is in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila
XHHAC-FM "(La Mejor 100.7)" is a Regional Mexican radio station in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila.
On November 29, 2008 López won his pro debut against Rafael Colin by knockout in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico.
XHPL-FM is a radio station in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. Broadcasting on 99.7 FM, XHPL is known as Radio Felicidad.
XHKD-FM is a radio station in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. Broadcasting on 103.1 FM, XHKD carries a pop format known as Digital 103.1.
XHCDU-FM is a radio station in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. Broadcasting on 92.9 FM, XHCDU carries a grupera format known as Super Estelar.
XHDH-FM is a radio station in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. Broadcasting on 91.5 FM, XHDH carries the Exa FM format from MVS Radio.
Julio César García (born April 21, 1987 in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila) is a Mexican boxer who began his professional career at the age of fifteen. His promoter is Roberto Durán.
Canto was born in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. He made his acting debut at the age of 9, before starting a professional career in Mexican telenovelas in 2009. Canto also has appeared in a number of Mexican films before moving to the United States.
Where actual seafaring vessels are not involved, the term "pirate radio" is a political term of convenience as the word "pirate" suggests an illegal venture, regardless of the broadcast's actual legal status. The radio station XERF located at Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico, just across the Rio Grande from Del Rio, Texas, US, is an example.
In September 1910, "Regeneración" published the stories of three 1908 revolutionary episodes, in which the Mexican journalist and insurgent leader Práxedis Guerrero described PLM attacks on the settlements of Las Vacas (modern-day Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila), Viesca, Coahuila, and Puerto Palomas, Chihuahua, intended to spark a social revolution across Mexico.
In September 1910, "Regeneración" published the stories of three 1908 revolutionary episodes, in which Guerrero described PLM attacks on the settlements of Las Vacas (modern-day Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila), Viesca, Coahuila, and Puerto Palomas, Chihuahua, intended to spark a social revolution across Mexico.
The Lake Amistad Dam International Crossing is a dam that serves as an international bridge which crosses the Rio Grande south of Lake Amistad. The dam connects the United States-Mexico border cities of Del Rio, Texas and Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. The dam is also known as "Amistad Dam" and "Presa la Amistad".
The highway is divided into two discontinuous segments. The western segment begins in Tijuana, Baja California, and terminates at El Porvenir, Chihuahua, near Ciudad Juárez. The eastern segment begins at Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, and continues to the Gulf of Mexico at Playa Lauro Villar, Tamaulipas, near Matamoros.
It’s always good to know that we have some fine people out there listening to the most powerful commercial voice in the world ... From alongside the beautiful Rio Grande, this is XERF, Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico. Our mailing address is Del Rio, Texas. This is Paul Kallinger.
XHRF-FM is a radio station in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. It gained fame on the AM band as XERF-AM, a Mexican clear-channel station on 1570 kHz and a 250-kilowatt border blaster owned by Ramón D. Bosquez and Arturo González, used by famed disc jockey Wolfman Jack. Now branded as "La Poderosa", it is owned by the Instituto Mexicano de la Radio (IMER), a Mexican public broadcaster.
Mexican Federal Highway 29 ("Carretera Federal 29") is a Federal Highway of Mexico. The highway connects Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila near the Mexico – United States border in the north to Morelos, Coahuila to the south. The total distance of Mexican Federal Highway 29 is 104 km (65 mi). City streets in Ciudad Acuña connect the Mexican Federal Highway system to U.S. Route 277 in Del Rio, Texas.
KVAM (1570 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Catholic radio format. Licensed to Loveland, Colorado, it serves the Fort Collins / Greeley area. The station is currently owned by Victor Michael, Jr., through licensee Kona Coast Radio, LLC. The station broadcasts on a Class-D daytime license at only 18 watts at night, to protect Class-A clear-channel station XERF-AM in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico.
The XEAW-AM callsign first appeared on a border-blaster radio station located in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, across the Rio Grande (Río Bravo) from McAllen, Texas, USA. In the 1930s the station came under the control of Dr. John R. Brinkley who became famous for both his controversial treatments of sexual dysfunction and his operations of XER and XERA at Villa Acuña (modern-day Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila), opposite Del Rio, Texas.
Prior to World War II, Dr. John R. Brinkley controlled a high-power radio station, XERA, located in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila (Acuna City), on the U.S.-Mexican border. The programs on Brinkley's stations originated from studios in the United States, which were connected to his transmitters via international telephone lines. Brinkley ran a popular but controversial program offering questionable medical advice to his listeners. Since Brinkley's transmitters were licensed by Mexico, which at the time had very limited regulation of broadcast content, his broadcasting licenses could not be directly threatened by the U.S. government.