Elementary theory of angular momentum by M.E. (Morris Edgar) Rose

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Frijoles refritos Pinto beans mashed and cooked with lard. (continued) 36 Part I: Introducing Cancún & the Yucatán Table 2-4 (continued) Menu Item Meaning Garnachas A thickish, small circle of fried masa with pinched sides, topped with pork or chicken, onions, and avocado, or sometimes chopped potatoes and tomatoes; typical as a botana in Veracruz and the Yucatán. Gorditas Thick, fried corn tortillas, slit and stuffed with choice of cheese, beans, beef, chicken, with or without lettuce, tomato, and onion garnish.

16 Part I: Introducing Cancún & the Yucatán ߜ Chichén Itzá: Stand beside the giant serpent head at the foot of the El Castillo pyramid and marvel at the architects and astronomers who positioned the building so precisely that shadow and sunlight form a serpent’s body slithering from peak to the earth at each equinox (Mar 21 and Sept 21). See Chapter 15. The Best Nightlife Although, as expected, Cancún is home to much of the Yucatán’s nightlife, that resort city isn’t the only place to have a good time after dark.

Around the seventh century, the city was abandoned for unknown reasons. Who these people were and where they went remain mysteries. D. 900–1521) Warfare became a more conspicuous activity of the civilizations that flourished in this period. Social development was impressive but not as cosmopolitan as the Maya, Teotihuacán, and Zapotec societies. In central Mexico, a people known as the Toltec established their capital at Tula in the tenth century. They were originally one of the barbarous hordes of Indians that periodically migrated from the north.

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