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Tijuana taxi

(ˈtiəwɑnɑ ˈtæksi)
n. a police car. (Citizens band radio.) There’s a Tijuana taxi back a few cars watching you awful close.
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I sipped my $4 top-shelf mescal and watched the crowd, all Mexicans, casual but well-dressed, the Tijuana of young creative types.
TriMedEx LLC provides support to medical technology companies seeking to grow and expand their operations in the Tijuana medical device market.
If the Tijuana of the 20th century drew in literary figures like Raymond Chandler, Charles Bukowski, and Henry Miller, 21st-century Tijuana is overshadowed by Nestor Garcia Canclini's summation of the city as "one of the greatest postmodern laboratories.
Tijuana had 810 murders in 2010, up sharply from 2009 but short of a record high of 843 in 2008, according to the state attorney general's office.
Last week, Calderon visited Tijuana to open "Tijuana Innovadora," or "Innovative Tijuana," a $5 million two-week conference aimed at improving the city's image and drawing investment.
Since Tijuana is the product of the meeting of first and third worlds, the exhibition also necessarily included a visual ethnography of class extremes, as in the juxtaposition of Yvonne Venegas's faux fashion shots of young middle-class Mexican women ("The Most Beautiful Brides of Baja California," 2000-2005) with Alida Cervantes's large paintings of domestic workers, whose knowing gazes hint at sly understanding of their employers' supposedly secret deceits.
The purpose of TechBA is to drive business growth in order to begin doing technology development in a completely foreign market," says Rodrigo Gutierrez, director of Centris, an incubator head-quartered in Tijuana that specializes in high-tech companies.
It's the final home game Dorados de Tijuana will play, and the policia appear ready for any trouble that might erupt at Estadio CREA, just a five-minute cab ride from the border.
The daredevil stunt was planned as the culmination of a production by artist Javier Tellez, whose project in turn made up part of inSite_05/Art Practices in the Public Domain, the latest in a series of cross-border art initiatives that periodically shake up the neighboring cities of San Diego and Tijuana.
Marathon Oil Corporation (NYSE:MRO), Houston, Texas, and its joint development partners in the Tijuana Regional Energy Center project, Grupo GGS, S.
Yet in the last year Tijuana has made headlines in U.
Previously, Vinales had hired direct charter flights from Tijuana and Guadalajara to Havana, in addition to existing flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays between Mexico City and Havana.
IT'S EARLY SATURDAY MORNING AT Colegio La Esperanza, an innovative, visually dazzling elementary school perched on a dusty hilltop in Sanchez Taboada, one of Tijuana, Mexico's poorest neighborhoods.
Mexico border town Tijuana that has been able to bring together opposite cultures, ways of life and generations.
Besides already producing positive effects in Tijuana, researchers say, the program could eventually lower the risk of lead poisoning among migrant children in the United States, since many of those children come from Tijuana.