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Jianzhi Sengcan (Hny Pnyn: Jinzh Sngcn; WadeGiles: Chien-chih Seng-ts'an; Japanese: Kanchi Ssan, died 606) is known as the Third Chinese Patriarch of Chn after Bodhidharma and thirtieth Patriarch after Siddhrtha Gautama Buddha. He is considered to be the Dharma successor of the second Chinese Patriarch, Dazu Huike (; Hny Pnyn: Dz Huk; WadeGiles: Ta-tsu Hui-ko; Japanese: Taiso Eka). Sengcan is best known as the putative author of the famous Chn poem, Xinxin Ming (Hny Pnyn: Xnxn Mng; WadeGiles: Hsin-hsin Ming; Inscription on Faith in Mind).
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1:Return to the root and you will find the meaning. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
2:Do not like, do not dislike; all will then be clear. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
3:The more you think and talk, the more you lose the Way. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
4:There is no need to seek truth, only stop having views. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
5:Do not search for the truth; Only cease to cherish opinions. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
6:Step aside from all thinking, and there is nowhere you can't go. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
7:The Perfect Way is only difficult for those who pick and choose; ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
8:The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
9:Make a hairbreadth difference, and Heaven and Earth are set apart; ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
10:the-ultimate-path-is-without-difficulty-just-avoid-picking-choosing ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
11:The one is none other than the All, the All none other than the One. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
12:When no discriminating thoughts arise, the old mind ceases to exist. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
13:In the "Not Two" are no separate things, yet all things are included. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
14:In the World of Reality there is no self, There is no other-than-self. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
15:If you want the truth to stand clear before you, never be for or against. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
16:The ultimate Path is without difficulty. Just avoid picking and choosing. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
17:The mind, the Buddha, living creatures - these are not three different things. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
18:The struggle of what one likes and what one dislikes is the disease of the mind. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
19:The struggle between &
20:Be at peace in the oneness of things, and all errors will disappear by themselves. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
21:To set up what you like against what you dislike, this is the disease of the mind. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
22:when-you-try-to-stop-activity-to-achieve-passivity-your-effort-fills-you-with-activity ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
23:Emptiness here, Emptiness there, but the infinite universe stands always before your eyes. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
24:When you try to stop activity to achieve passivity your very effort fills you with activity. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
25:When the deep meaning of things is not understood the mind’s essential peace is disturbed to no avail. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
26:tags: buddhism, clear, disease, mind, open-minded, open-mindedness, opinion, tolerance, tribalism, truth41 likesLike ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
27:The Perfect Way is only difficult for those who pick and choose; do not like, do not dislike: All will then be clear. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
28:The perfect way is only difficult for those who pick and choose. Do not like, do not dislike; all will then be clear. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
29:To follow the path look to the master follow the master walk with the master see through the master become the master. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
30:Stop talking, stop thinking, and there is nothing you will not understand. Return to the root and you will find Meaning. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
31:Do not try to drive pain away by pretending it is not real. If you seek serenity in oneness, pain will vanish of its own accord. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
32:Pursue not the outer entanglements; Dwell not in the inner void; Be serene in the oneness of things; And dualism vanishes by itself. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
33:The great way is not difficult if you don't cling to good or bad. Just let go of your preferences; and everything will become perfectly clear. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
34:When the mind exists undisturbed in the Way, nothing in the world can offend, and when a thing can no longer offend, it ceases to exist in the old way. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
35:If you wish to move in the One Way do not dislike even the world of senses and ideas. Indeed, to accept them fully is identical with true Enlightenment. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
36:The two exist because of the One, But hold not even to this One; When the one Consciousness -is not disturbed, The ten thousand things offer no offence. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
37:If the eye never sleeps, all dreams will naturally cease. If the mind makes no discriminations, the ten thousand things are as they are, of single essence. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
38:When you try to stop activity to achieve passivity your very effort fills you with activity. As long as you remain in one extreme or the other, you will never know Oneness. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
39:Clinging cannot be limited; even to be attached to the idea of enlightenment is to go astray. Just let things be in their own way and there will be neither coming nor going. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
40:The Perfect Way is only difficult for those who pick and choose; Do not like, do not dislike; all will then be clear. Make a hairbreadth difference, and Heaven and Earth are set apart; ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
41:Those who do not live in the single Way fail in both activity and passivity, assertion and denial. To deny the reality of things is to miss their reality; to assert the emptiness of things is to miss their reality. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
42:The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences... I f you wish to see the truth then hold no opinion for or against. The struggle of what one likes and what one dislikes is the disease of the mind. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
43:When mind exists undisturbed in the Way, nothing in the world can offend, and when a thing can no longer offend it ceases to exist in the old way. When no discriminating thoughts arise, the old mind ceases to exist. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
44:Infinitely large and infinitely small; no difference, for definitions have vanished and no boundaries are seen. So too with Being and non-Being. Waste no time in doubts and arguments that have nothing to do with this. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
45:When thought is in bondage the truth is hidden, for everything is murky and unclear, and the burdensome practice of judging brings annoyance and weariness. What benefit can be derived from distinctions and separations? ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
46:The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences. When love and hate are both absent everything becomes clear and undisguised. Make the smallest distinction, however, and heaven and earth are set infinitely apart. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
47:The wise man strives to no goals but the foolish man fetters himself. There is one Dharma, not many; distinctions arise from the clinging needs of the ignorant. To seek Mind with discriminating mind is the greatest of all mistakes. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
48:One thing, all things; move among and intermingle, without distinction. To live in this realization is to be without anxiety about nonperfection. To live in this faith is the road to nonduality, because the nondual is one with the trusting mind. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
49:Do not remain in the dualistic state; avoid such pursuits carefully. If there is even a trace of this and that, of right and wrong, the Mind-essence will be lost in confusion. Although all dualities come from the One, do not be attached even to this One. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
50:The perfect way is without difficulty, for it avoids picking and choosing. Only when you stop liking and disliking will all be clearly understood. Be not concerned with right or wrong, for the conflict between right and wrong is the sickness of the mind. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
51:The Way is perfect like vast space where nothing is lacking and nothing is in excess. Indeed, it is due to our choosing to accept or reject that we do not see the true nature of things. Be serene in the oneness of things and such erroneous views will disappear by themselves. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
52:To deny the reality of things is to miss their reality; to assert the emptiness of things is to miss their reality. The more you talk and think about it, the further astray you wander from the truth. Stop talking and thinking and there is nothing you will not be able to know. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
53:Obey the nature of things and you will walk freely and undisturbed. When thought is in bondage the truth is hidden, for everything is murky and unclear. The burdensome practice of judging brings annoyance and weariness. What benefit can be derived from distinctions and separations? ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
54:Rest and unrest derive from illusion; with enlightenment there is no liking and disliking. All dualities come from ignorant inference. They are like dreams of flowers in air: foolish to try to grasp them. Gain and loss, right and wrong; such thoughts must finally be abolished at once. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
55:With a single stroke we are freed from bondage; nothing clings to us and we hold to nothing. All is empty, clear, self-illuminating, with no exertion of the mind’s power. Here thought, feeling, knowledge, and imagination are of no value. In this world of Suchness there is neither self nor other-than-self. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
56:For the unified mind in accord with the Way all self-centered striving ceases. Doubts and irresolutions vanish and life in true faith is possible. With a single stroke we are freed from bondage; nothing clings to us and we hold nothing. All is empty, clear, self-illuminating, with no exertion of the mind's power. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
57:The Perfect Way is only difficult for those who pick and choose; Do not like, do not dislike; all will then be clear. Make a hairbreadth difference, and Heaven and Earth are set apart; If you want the truth to stand clear before you, never be for or against. The struggle between &
58:The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences. When love and hate are both absent everything becomes clear and undisguised. Make the smallest distinction, however, and heaven and earth are set infinitely apart. If you wish to see the truth then hold no opinion for or against. The struggle of what one likes and what one dislikes is the disease of the mind. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
59:To live in the Great Way is neither easy nor difficult, but those with limited views are fearful and irresolute: the faster they hurry, the slower they go, and clinging cannot be limited: even to be attached to the idea of enlightenment is to go astray. Just let things be in their own way and there will be neither coming nor going. Obey the nature of things (your own nature), and you will walk freely and undisturbed. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove
60:When no discriminating thoughts arise, the old mind ceases to exist. When thought objects vanish, the thinking-subject vanishes, as when the mind vanishes, objects vanish. Things are objects because of the subject; the mind is such because of things. Understand the relativity of these two and the basic reality: the unity of emptiness. In this Emptiness the two are indistinguishable and each contains in itself the whole world. If you do not discriminate between coarse and fine you will not be tempted to prejudice and opinion. ~ jianzhi-sengcan, @wisdomtrove

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1:Xinxin Ming or Trust in the Heart


The Perfect Way is only difficult for those who pick and choose;
Do not like, do not dislike; all will then be clear.
Make a hairbreadth difference, and heaven and earth are set apart.

If you want the truth [of nonduality] to stand clear before you, never be for or against.
The struggle between "for" and "against" is the mind's worst disease.
When the Way is not understood, the mind chatters endlessly to no avail.

The Perfect Way is vastness without holiness.
Like infinite space it contains all and lacks nothing.
Because you pick and choose, cling and reject, you can't see its Suchness.

Neither be entangled in the world, nor in inner feelings of emptiness.
Be serene in the oneness of things,
And dualism vanishes of its own accord.

Craving the passivity of Oneness you are filled with activity.
As long as you tarry in dualism,
You will never know Oneness.

If you don't trust in the Heart, you fall into assertion or denial.
In this world of Suchness there is neither self nor other-than-self.
To be in accord with the Way, let go of all self-centered striving.

Denying the world [of duality] is the asserting of it;
Asserting emptiness [oneness] is the denying of it.
The more you talk and think about it, the further astray you go.

To return to the root [the One] is to find the meaning,
But to pursue appearances [the many] is to miss the source.
At the moment of inner enlightenment there is a going beyond the one and the many.

The mind clings to its image of the world;
We call it real only because of our ignorance.
Do not seek after the truth, merely cease to cherish your opinions.

For the mind in harmony with the One, all selfishness disappears.
With not even a trace of fear, you can trust the universe completely.
All at once you are free, with nothing left to hold on to.

All is empty, brilliant, perfect in its own being.
In the world of things as they are, there is neither observer nor observed.
If you want to describe its essence, the best you can say is "Not-two."

Even to have the idea of enlightenment is to go astray.
Thoughts that are fettered turn from truth, sink into the unwise habit of "not liking."
"Not liking" brings weariness of spirit; estrangements serve no purpose.

In this "Not-two" nothing is separate,
And nothing in the world is excluded.
The enlightened of all times and places have entered into this truth.

The One is none other than the All, the All none other than the One.
Take your stand on this, and the rest will follow of its accord;
To trust in the Heart is the "Not-two," the "Not-two" is to trust in the Heart.

There is one reality, not many;
Distinctions arise from the clinging needs of the ignorant.
To seek Mind with the mind is the greatest of all mistakes.

I have spoken, but in vain;
For what can words say—
Of things that have no yesterday, tomorrow, or today.

Jianzhi Sengcan
(aka Seng-Ts'an, 僧璨, ?-606) ~ Sengcan,

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Wikipedia - Chamoyada -- Sweet and spicy Mexican shaved ice or sorbet drink
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Wikipedia - Charge d'affaires -- Head of diplomatic mission when no higher official exists
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Wikipedia - Chautla Hacienda -- Estate in Puebla, Mexico
Wikipedia - Chavela Vargas -- Costa Rican-born Mexican singer
Wikipedia - ChaveM-CM-1a -- Neighborhood in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico
Wikipedia - Chenopodium nuttalliae -- Species of edible plant native to Mexico
Wikipedia - Chen Xiexia -- Chinese weightlifter
Wikipedia - Chequers plan -- 2018 UK government report on Brexit
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Wikipedia - Chetro Ketl -- Ancestral Puebloan great house and archeological site in New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Chiapas montane forests -- Ecoregion in Mexico
Wikipedia - Chiapas -- State of Mexico
Wikipedia - Chicano literature -- Literature written by Mexican Americans in the United States
Wikipedia - Chicano -- Subculture, chosen identity of some Mexican Americans in the United States
Wikipedia - Chichimeca Jonaz language -- Oto-Pamean language of central Mexico
Wikipedia - Chicomuceltec language -- Extinct Mayan language of southeastern Mexico
Wikipedia - Chicxulub crater -- Prehistoric impact crater buried underneath the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico
Wikipedia - Chigmecatitlan -- Municipality and town in Puebla, Mexico
Wikipedia - Chihuahuan Desert -- Desert ecoregion in Mexico and the United States
Wikipedia - Chihuahua (state) -- State of Mexico
Wikipedia - Chihuahua tradition -- Pre-Columbian culture in modern New Mexico and Chihuahua
Wikipedia - Chilaquiles -- Traditional Mexican dish (food)
Wikipedia - Childhood (Alexis novel) -- 1998 novel by Andre Alexis
Wikipedia - Chilpancingo metro station -- Mexico City metro station
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Wikipedia - China poblana -- Traditional women's dress of Mexico
Wikipedia - Chinipas River -- Large river of Mexico
Wikipedia - Chipotle Mexican Grill -- American fast casual Mexican restaurant chain
Wikipedia - Chlorhexidine -- Disinfectant and antiseptic
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Wikipedia - Chochoyote -- Small ball made of corn dough used in many dishes of Mexican cuisine
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Wikipedia - Christa Cowrie -- German-Mexican photographer
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Wikipedia - Christina Pastor -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Christmas in Mexico -- Overview of the role and celebration of Christmas in Mexico
Wikipedia - Christos Daralexis -- Greek historian, politician and theatrical writer.
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Wikipedia - Chumash revolt of 1824 -- Revolt of indigenous people against the Spanish and Mexican presence in Alta California
Wikipedia - Chumel Torres -- Mexican Youtuber
Wikipedia - Church of La Soledad, Mexico City -- Church building in Mexico City, Mexico
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Wikipedia - Church Rock uranium mill spill -- Radioactive spill in New Mexico on July 16, 1979
Wikipedia - Chuy Bravo -- Mexican-American comedian and actor
Wikipedia - Cieneguillas prison riots -- Prison riots in Mexico
Wikipedia - Cimarron Solar Facility -- Photovoltaic power station in New Mexico
Wikipedia - Cinema of Mexico -- Overview of the cinema of Mexico
Wikipedia - Cinepolis -- Mexican chain of movie theaters
Wikipedia - Cinna Lomnitz -- Mexican researcher
Wikipedia - Cinthya Dominguez -- Mexican weightlifter
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Wikipedia - Circumstellar habitable zone -- Zone around a star where surface liquid water may exist on a planet
Wikipedia - Cita a ciegas -- Mexican telenovela
Wikipedia - City Hall station (IRT Lexington Avenue Line) -- former New York City Subway station in Manhattan
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Wikipedia - Ciudad Deportiva metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico City -- Main campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Clara Brugada -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Clara Gomez Caro -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Clara Jusidman -- Mexican economist
Wikipedia - Claramente -- Mexican comedy web television series
Wikipedia - Claro (company) -- Latin American communications services brand, owned by the Mexican company America Movil.
Wikipedia - Clasico Capitalino -- Mexican soccer rivalry between Club America and Club Universidad Nacional
Wikipedia - Claudette Maille -- Mexican actress
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Wikipedia - Claudia Cruz Santiago -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Claudia Elena Aguila -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Claudia Elizabeth Bojorquez -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Claudia Martin -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Claudia M-CM-^Alvarez -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Claudia Rivas -- Mexican triathlete
Wikipedia - Claudia Troyo -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Claudio Brook -- Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Claudio Erasmo Vargas -- Mexican racewalker
Wikipedia - Claudio Lafarga -- Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Claudio Roca -- Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Claudio Zupo -- Mexican judoka
Wikipedia - Climate change in Mexico -- Effects of climate change in Mexico
Wikipedia - Climate change in New Mexico -- Overview of the effects of the climate change in the U.S. state of New Mexico
Wikipedia - Cloroformo -- Mexican television series
Wikipedia - Clovis, New Mexico
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Wikipedia - CMLL Dia de Muertos (2017) -- Mexican professional wrestling event
Wikipedia - CMLL Dia de Muertos (2018) -- Mexican professional wrestling show
Wikipedia - CMLL Dia de Muertos (2019) -- Major Mexican professional wrestling show
Wikipedia - CMLL Dia de Muertos (2020) -- Major Mexican professional wrestling show
Wikipedia - CMLL Entre el Cielo y el Infierno -- Mexican professional wrestling show
Wikipedia - CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas (2016) -- 2016 Mexican professional wrestling show
Wikipedia - CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas (2017) -- 2017 Mexican professional wrestling show
Wikipedia - CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas (2018) -- 2018 Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre event
Wikipedia - CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas (2019) -- 2019 Mexican professional wrestling show
Wikipedia - CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas -- Mexican professional wrestling show series
Wikipedia - CMLL Sin Salida -- Mexican professional wrestling supercard show series
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Wikipedia - Coahuila -- State of Mexico
Wikipedia - Coahuila y Tejas -- 1824-1835 state of Mexico
Wikipedia - Coatetelco, Morelos -- Municipality in Morelos, Mexico
Wikipedia - Coatzacoalcos Underwater Tunnel -- Tunnel under the Coatzacoalcos River in Veracruz, Mexico
Wikipedia - Cocodrilo -- Outdoor sculpture in Mexico City
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Wikipedia - Coexist (album) -- 2012 album by the xx
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Wikipedia - Colegio Amado Nervo -- Private school in Mexico City, Mexico
Wikipedia - Colegio de San Ignacio de Loyola Vizcainas -- Educational institution in Mexico City, Mexico
Wikipedia - Colegio Militar metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Colima -- State of Mexico
Wikipedia - Colonia (Mexico) -- Kind of neighborhood in Mexico
Wikipedia - Colonia Narvarte -- Human settlement in Mexico
Wikipedia - Colonias of Chihuahua, Chihuahua -- Chihuahua, Mexico is divided mainly into areas called Colonias
Wikipedia - Colorado River Delta -- River in Mexico
Wikipedia - Colorado River -- Major river in the western United States and Mexico
Wikipedia - Columba Dominguez -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Columbine-Hondo Wilderness -- Wilderness area in New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Comandanta Ramona -- Mayan activist in Mexico
Wikipedia - Comision Federal de Electricidad -- Mexican state-owned electric utilty company
Wikipedia - Commission for Environmental Cooperation -- Established by Canada, Mexico, and the United States to implement the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation
Wikipedia - Communication complexity
Wikipedia - Commuter worker -- Workers who commute from Mexico to the US
Wikipedia - Como dice el dicho -- Mexican anthology drama television series
Wikipedia - Comoros forests -- Ecoregion in Mexico and Central America
Wikipedia - Compass Bank Building (Albuquerque) -- Building in New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Competitive exclusion principle -- A proposition that two species competing for the same limiting resource cannot coexist at constant population values
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Wikipedia - Concepcion Mendizabal Mendoza -- Mexican civil engineer
Wikipedia - Concepcion Ojeda Hernandez -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Concha de Albornoz -- Exiled Spanish intellectual
Wikipedia - Conchas Dam -- Dam on the Canadian River in San Miguel County, New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Conchas Lake Airport -- Airport in New Mexico, US
Wikipedia - Conexion Caribe -- 1984 film directed by Orestes Trucco
Wikipedia - Confederation of Mexican Workers -- Labor union association
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Wikipedia - Connexionalism
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Wikipedia - Conquest of California -- Early military operation of the Mexican-American War where the United States was able to occupy and eventually annex Alta California
Wikipedia - Consciousness -- sentience or awareness of internal or external existence
Wikipedia - Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre -- Mexican professional wrestling promotion
Wikipedia - Conservatism in Mexico
Wikipedia - Constancio Miranda Weckmann -- 20th and 21st-century Mexican Catholic bishop and archbishop
Wikipedia - Constantino Acosta Davila -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Constitucion de 1917 metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Constituent Assembly of Mexico City -- Assembly elected to draft a new constitution for Mexico City in 2017
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Wikipedia - Consuelo Rodriguez -- Mexican Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Consulado metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Consulate General of Mexico, San Francisco -- Diplomatic mission of Mexico
Wikipedia - Consultation (Texas) -- Provisional government of Mexican Texas from November 1835 through March 1836 during the Texas Revolution
Wikipedia - Contemplate (The Reason You Exist) -- 2003 studio album by Kai Tracid
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Wikipedia - Contra viento y marea -- 2005 Mexican telenovela
Wikipedia - Contreras Motorsports -- Mexican professional stock car racing team
Wikipedia - Controllers (DC Comics) -- Fictional extraterrestrial race existing in the DC Universe
Wikipedia - Control Machete -- mexican hip-hop band
Wikipedia - Control Z -- Mexican streaming television series
Wikipedia - Conus alexisallaryi -- Species of sea snail
Wikipedia - Conus exiguus -- Species of sea snail
Wikipedia - Conus eximius -- Species of sea snail
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Wikipedia - Convention of 1832 -- First political gathering of colonists in Mexican Texas
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Wikipedia - Cook-Levin theorem -- Boolean satisfiability is NP-complete and therefore that NP-complete problems exist
Wikipedia - Copilco metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Copper Canyon -- Series of large canyons in Chihuahua, Mexico
Wikipedia - Cora mud turtle -- Species of mud turtle found in Mexico
Wikipedia - Corenne Bruhns -- Mexican ice dancer
Wikipedia - Corin Robertson -- British Ambassador to Mexico
Wikipedia - Corona (beer) -- Mexican pale lager beer brand
Wikipedia - Corrales, New Mexico
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Wikipedia - Correspondence (theology) -- Theological term referring to the relationship between two levels of existence
Wikipedia - Corruption in Mexico -- Institutional corruption in the country
Wikipedia - CORTV -- Public broadcaster of the Mexican state of Oaxaca
Wikipedia - Cosmological argument -- Argument for the existence of God
Wikipedia - Cosmological lithium problem -- Discrepancy between the observed abundance of lithium produced in Big Bang nucleosynthesis and the amount that should theoretically exist.
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix aurotegulae -- Species of moth from Mexico
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Wikipedia - Council for the Registration of Schools Teaching Dyslexic Pupils -- British charity
Wikipedia - Counting problem (complexity) -- Type of computational problem
Wikipedia - COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico -- Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in Mexico
Wikipedia - COVID-19 pandemic in New Mexico -- Ongoing COVID-19 viral pandemic in New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Coyoacan metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Coyuya metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Craugastor guerreroensis -- A species of frog in the family Craugastoridae endemic to Mexico
Wikipedia - Crime Diaries: The Candidate -- Mexican Spanish-language crime TV mini-series on Netflix
Wikipedia - Crime Diaries: The Search -- 2020 Mexican web television series
Wikipedia - Crime -- Illegal behavior defined by existing criminal law
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Wikipedia - Cristero War -- 1926-29 Mexican rebellion
Wikipedia - Cristian Berdeja -- Mexican race walker
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Wikipedia - Cristina, daughter of Edward the Exile
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Wikipedia - Cristina Olvera Barrios -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Cross Border Xpress -- Border crossing between Mexico and the U.S.
Wikipedia - Crotalus catalinensis -- A species of venomous pit viper native to Isla Santa Catalina, Mexico
Wikipedia - Crown of Aragon -- Composite monarchy which existed between 1162-1716
Wikipedia - Crox Alvarado -- Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Cruillas Municipality -- Municipality in Tamaulipas, Mexico
Wikipedia - Cruz Perez Cuellar -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Cry Baby Cry (Santana song) -- 2005 song by Mexican guitarist Santana
Wikipedia - Cry of Dolores -- Call to arms triggering the Mexican War of Independence
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Wikipedia - Cuauhtemoc Anda Gutierrez -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Cuauhtemoc Cardenas -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Cuauhtemoc metro station (Mexico City) -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Brewery -- major Mexican beer brewery
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Wikipedia - Cueva Grande -- Village in Zacatecas, Mexico
Wikipedia - Cuitlahuac Garcia Jimenez -- Governor of Veracruz, Mexico
Wikipedia - Cuitlahuac metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Culhuacan metro station -- Mexico City metro station
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Wikipedia - Cutberto Cantoran Espinosa -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Homenaje a Dos Leyendas: El Santo y Salvador Lutteroth (2003) -- Mexican professional wrestling supercard show
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Wikipedia - List of 2002 box office number-one films in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of African-American newspapers in New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of artistic depictions of dyslexia
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Wikipedia - List of Billboard Mexico Airplay number ones -- Weekly record chart by Billboard magazine
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Wikipedia - List of colonial churches in Mexico City -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of complexity classes -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of counties in New Mexico -- List of counties in New Mexico, United States
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Wikipedia - List of current state governors in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of deaths from anorexia nervosa -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of endemic birds of Mexico and northern Central America -- Birds with ranges of only Mexico or Central America
Wikipedia - List of entertainers in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Existentialists
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Wikipedia - List of extreme summits of Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of factions in the Mexican Revolution -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of first minority male lawyers and judges in New Mexico -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of flag bearers for Mexico at the Olympics -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of flexible-winged aircraft -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of frontage roads in New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of gangs in Mexico -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of governments in exile during World War II -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of highest-grossing Mexican films -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of high schools in Albuquerque, New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of international goals scored by Alexis Sanchez -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Interstate Highways in New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of invasive plant species in New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of journalists and media workers killed in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of La NiM-CM-1era (Mexico) episodes -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of law enforcement agencies in New Mexico -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Lebanese people in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Lepidodexia species -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of lost lands -- Islands or continents supposedly existing during prehistory, having since disappeared
Wikipedia - List of mammals of Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of massacres in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of media spin-offs -- Narrative work derived from one or more already existing works that focuses in more detail on one aspect of that original work
Wikipedia - List of Mexican Academy Award winners and nominees -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of MexicanaClick destinations -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of middle schools in Albuquerque, New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of National Historic Landmarks in New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of newspapers in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of non-marine molluscs of Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of number-one Billboard Regional Mexican Songs of 1997 -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of papal tiaras in existence
Wikipedia - List of people executed in New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of people from Morelos, Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of people from New Mexico
Wikipedia - List of people on the postage stamps of Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of people with anorexia nervosa -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of people with dyslexia -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of political parties in Mexico -- Political system of Mexico
Wikipedia - List of politicians killed in the Mexican drug war -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of postal codes in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of power stations in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of pre-columbian archaeological sites in Mexico City -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of presidents of Mexico by longevity -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of professional wrestling promotions in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of radio stations in Mexico City -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of reportedly haunted locations in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of seaports in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Spanish governors of New Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Texian survivors of the Battle of the Alamo -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of the oldest church buildings in Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of top 100 songs for 2018 in Mexico -- Wikimedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of vexillologists -- List of persons known for their study or creation of flags
Wikipedia - List of wars involving Mexico -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of World Heritage Sites in Mexico
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Wikipedia - Little Mexican
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Wikipedia - Lophocampa labaca -- A moth of the family Erebidae from Jalisco, Mexico
Wikipedia - Lo que callamos las mujeres -- Mexican anthology television series
Wikipedia - Lo que la vida me robo -- Mexican telenovela
Wikipedia - Lord Our Righteousness Church -- Religious community in New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Lorena Beaurregard -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Lourdes Alonso Flores -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Lucero volcanic field -- Volcanic field in New Mexico
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Wikipedia - Lucia Beristain -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Lucifer sheartail -- Species of hummingbird in desert habitats of Mexico and the southwestern United States
Wikipedia - Lucila Gallegos Camarena -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Lucilia mexicana -- Species of insect
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Wikipedia - Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course -- Auto racing complex in Lexington, Ohio, USA
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Wikipedia - Miguel de la Madrid -- 52nd president of Mexico
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Wikipedia - Miguel M-CM-^Angel Zavala -- Mexican diver
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Wikipedia - Miguel Sanchez CarreM-CM-1o -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Miguel Sierra ZuM-CM-1iga -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Mike Seal (fighter) -- Mexican mixed martial arts fighter
Wikipedia - Mildred Maldonado -- Mexican rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Milenio Television -- Mexican cable news TV channel
Wikipedia - Milenio -- Mexican newspaper
Wikipedia - Mily Sidauy -- Mexican sculptor
Wikipedia - Mi marido tiene familia -- Mexican telenovela
Wikipedia - Mind-body dualism -- Philosophical theory that mental phenomena are non-physical and that matter exists independently of mind
Wikipedia - Minerva Castillo Rodriguez -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Minimum viable population -- Smallest size a biological population can exist without facing extinction
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Wikipedia - Mirek Switalski -- Mexican sports shooter
Wikipedia - Miriam Cardenas Cantu -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Miss Mexico 2018 -- Beauty pageant edition
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Wikipedia - Misterios metro station -- Mexico City Metro station
Wikipedia - Mitzy (fashion designer) -- Mexican fashion designer
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Wikipedia - Mixcoac -- Neighborhood in Mexico City
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Wikipedia - MkLeo -- Mexican professional Super Smash Bros. player
Wikipedia - MM-CM-)xico Posible -- Defunct political party in Mexico
Wikipedia - Mobile Bay -- An inlet of the Gulf of Mexico, lying within the state of Alabama in the United States
Wikipedia - Moby Project -- Collection of public-domain lexical resources
Wikipedia - Moctezuma metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Model of hierarchical complexity -- A framework for scoring how complex a behavior is
Wikipedia - Modesto Brito Gonzalez -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Mongolian death worm -- Creature alleged to exist in the Gobi Desert
Wikipedia - Monica Arriola Gordillo -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Monica Dossetti -- Mexican actress
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Wikipedia - Monica Garza -- Mexican artist
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Wikipedia - Monica MuM-CM-1oz Martinez -- Historian specializing in Latinx studies and anti-Mexican violence in the Southwestern United States
Wikipedia - Monica Patron -- Mexican sports shooter
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Wikipedia - Monoethnicity -- Existence of a single ethnic group in a region or country
Wikipedia - Monolatry -- Belief in the existence of many gods but with the consistent worship of only one deity
Wikipedia - Monotigma eximia -- Species of mollusc
Wikipedia - Montagu C. Butler -- British academic, librarian, lexicographer and musician
Wikipedia - MontaM-CM-1o station -- Commuter rail station in New Mexico, U.S.
Wikipedia - Monte Alban -- Pre-Columbian archaeological site in Mexico
Wikipedia - Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Mexico City
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Wikipedia - Montserrat Oliver -- Mexican fashion model and business entrepreneur
Wikipedia - Monumento a los NiM-CM-1os HM-CM-)roes -- Monument in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Monument to Pope John Paul II -- Statue in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Morelos Jaime Canseco Gomez -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Morphological derivation -- In linguistics, the process of forming a new word on the basis of an existing one
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Wikipedia - Mr Model MM-CM-)xico -- National male beauty pageant competition in Mexico
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Wikipedia - Muchacha italiana viene a casarse (2014 TV series) -- 2014 Mexican telenovela
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Wikipedia - Multibody system -- a tool to study dynamic behavior of interconnected rigid or flexible bodies;
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Wikipedia - Murder of Isabel Cabanillas -- Mexican artist and activist
Wikipedia - Murder of JosM-CM-) Luis Cerda MelM-CM-)ndez and Luis Emanuel Ruiz Carrillo -- Kidnapping and murder in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
Wikipedia - Murder of Octavio Rojas Hernandez -- Mexican journalist was murdered on August 11, 2014
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Wikipedia - Museo de Arte Popular -- Museum in Mexico City, Mexico
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Wikipedia - Music of Mexico -- Music and musical traditions of Mexico
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Wikipedia - MVS Comunicaciones -- Mexican media conglomerate
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Wikipedia - Myrmecia exigua -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Myrmecocystus mexicanus -- Species of ant
Wikipedia - Myst III: Exile -- Third title in the Myst series of graphic adventure puzzle video games
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Wikipedia - Narcos -- American-Colombian-Mexican crime drama series
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Wikipedia - Nasoendoscopy -- Endoscopic examination of the velopharynx, or the nose, often with a CCD camera or a fiber optic camera on a flexible tube passed through the nostril
Wikipedia - Natalia Cordova-Buckley -- Mexican-American actress
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Wikipedia - National Action Party (Mexico) -- Mexican political party
Wikipedia - National Astronomical Observatory (Mexico) -- Observatory in Baja California, Mexico
Wikipedia - National Autonomous University of Mexico
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Wikipedia - National Confederation of Popular Organizations -- Mexican political organization of the Institutional Revolutionary Party
Wikipedia - National Exit Test -- Proposed exam in India
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Wikipedia - National Library of Mexico
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Wikipedia - Natural proof -- Provides lower bounds on the circuit complexity of boolean functions
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Wikipedia - Nefundella xalapensis -- Species of snout moth in the family Pyralidae from Mexico
Wikipedia - Nellie Campobello -- Mexican ballet dancer
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Wikipedia - New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
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Wikipedia - New Mexico meridian -- Line of longitude used in geographic surveys
Wikipedia - New Mexico Mounted Patrol -- Law enforcement agency in New Mexico
Wikipedia - New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
Wikipedia - New Mexico Mustangs -- Former junior ice hockey team
Wikipedia - New Mexico State Capitol -- State capitol building in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Wikipedia - Ofelia Cano -- Mexican actress
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Wikipedia - Ofelia Montesco -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Official Journal of the Federation (Mexico) -- Official gazette of Mexico
Wikipedia - Ojo Caliente Hot Springs -- Thermal spring in New Mexico, USA
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Wikipedia - Olegario Vazquez Aldir -- Mexican businessman
Wikipedia - Olegario Vazquez RaM-CM-1a -- Mexican sport shooter
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Wikipedia - Oliver Mayer -- Mexican American writer
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Wikipedia - On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences -- A book by Mary Somerville, written in 1834
Wikipedia - On the Non-Existent
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Wikipedia - Ontological argument -- Philosophical argument to prove the existence of God
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Wikipedia - OpenDyslexic
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Wikipedia - Oralia Lopez Hernandez -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Orbital angular momentum multiplexing
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Wikipedia - Orthodox Church in America Diocese of Mexico -- Diocese of the Orthodox Church in America
Wikipedia - Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing -- Method of encoding digital data on multiple carrier frequencies
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Wikipedia - Otay Mesa Port of Entry -- Border crossing between Mexico and the U.S.
Wikipedia - Othon Cuevas Cordova -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Otto Claussen Iberri -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Pachucas -- Female Mexican American subculture
Wikipedia - Paco Ignacio Taibo I -- Mexican writer
Wikipedia - Paco Lala's -- Mexican television presenter
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Wikipedia - Palacio de Mineria -- Palace in Mexico
Wikipedia - Palancar Reef -- Coral reef off Cozumel, Mexico in the Caribbean sea
Wikipedia - Palenque -- Former city state in Central America in present-day southern Mexico
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Wikipedia - Pallava dynasty -- Indian dynasty that existed between the 3rd and 9th centuries CE
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Wikipedia - Pamela E. Harris -- Mexican-American mathematician
Wikipedia - Pancho Villa -- Mexican revolutionary
Wikipedia - Panteon de Dolores -- Cemetery in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Panteones metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Pantitlan metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Paola Diaz -- Mexican triathlete
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Wikipedia - Paola Longoria -- Mexican racquetball player
Wikipedia - Papa a toda madre -- Mexican telenovela
Wikipedia - Parachuting -- Action sport of exiting an aircraft and returning to Earth using a parachute
Wikipedia - Paradiexia pellita -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Paraje del Perrillo -- Historic waterhole in New Mexico, USA
Wikipedia - Parallel universes in fiction -- Universe coexisting with another universe
Wikipedia - Parameterized complexity
Wikipedia - Parananilla mexicana -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Paraskevi Plexida -- Greek group rhythmic gymnast
Wikipedia - Para toda la vida (TV series) -- 1996 Mexican telenovela
Wikipedia - Pareuplexia -- Genus of insects
Wikipedia - Paricutin -- Dormant scoria-cone volcano in Mexico
Wikipedia - Parilexia proditata -- Species of insect
Wikipedia - Paris PiM-EM-^_miM-EM-^_ -- Turkish-Mexican astronomer
Wikipedia - Paris-Sorbonne University -- Former French university existing from 1971 to 2018
Wikipedia - Parliamentary votes on Brexit -- UK Parliament vote on Brexit
Wikipedia - Parque de los Venados metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Parque Delta -- Shopping center in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Parthenium argentatum -- Species of plant in the Asteraceae family native to the southwestern United States and Mexico.
Wikipedia - Partially ordered set -- Set ordered by a transitive, antisymmetric, and reflexive binary relation
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Wikipedia - Pastor Velazquez -- Mexican painter
Wikipedia - Pastry War -- 1838-1839 war between Mexico and France
Wikipedia - Path of Exile -- Online action role-playing game
Wikipedia - Patiala State -- Indian imperial power that existed from 1763 to 1947
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Wikipedia - Patricia Chozas y Chozas -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patricia Conde (Mexican actress) -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Patricia Dominguez -- Mexican weightlifter
Wikipedia - Patricia Espinosa -- Mexican politician and diplomat
Wikipedia - Patricia Flores Fuentes -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patricia Garcia (gymnast) -- Mexican gymnast
Wikipedia - Patricia JimM-CM-)nez Case -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patricia Lugo Barriga -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patricia Mercado -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patricia Ollinger -- Mexican gymnast
Wikipedia - Patricia PeM-CM-1a Recio -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patricia Quintana -- Mexican writer and chef
Wikipedia - Patricia Retamoza -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patricio Patron Laviada -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Patrick S. Dinneen -- Irish lexicographer and historian
Wikipedia - Patriotismo metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Paula Flores -- Mexican karateka
Wikipedia - Paula Hernandez Olmos -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Paulina Alejandra Del Moral -- Mexican politician
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Wikipedia - Paulina Flores (model) -- Mexican model
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Wikipedia - Paulina Rubio -- Mexican singer, actress, television music competition judge, hostess, model, and businesswoman
Wikipedia - Paulino Diaz -- Mexican sports shooter
Wikipedia - Paul Leduc (film director) -- Mexican film director (1942-2020
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Wikipedia - Pay as You Exit
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Wikipedia - P (complexity class)
Wikipedia - P (complexity)
Wikipedia - Peace of Prague (1635) -- Saxony makes peace with Emperor Ferdinand and exits the Thirty Years War
Wikipedia - Peano existence theorem -- Theorem regarding the existence of a solution to a differential equation.
Wikipedia - Pecos River -- River in New Mexico and Texas, United States
Wikipedia - Pedro Armendariz Jr. -- Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Pedro Armendariz -- Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Pedro Aroche -- Mexican racewalker
Wikipedia - Pedro AvilM-CM-)s PM-CM-)rez -- Mexican drug lord
Wikipedia - Pedro Ayala -- Mexican-American musician and songwriter
Wikipedia - Pedro Cabrera Rivero -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Pedro Cervantes -- Mexican sculptor
Wikipedia - Pedro Curiel -- Mexican athlete
Wikipedia - Pedro Daniel Gomez -- Mexican racewalker
Wikipedia - Pedro de los Rios -- Mexican missionary
Wikipedia - Pedro Ferriz de Con -- Mexican radio and television news anchor
Wikipedia - Pedro Infante -- Mexican actor and singer
Wikipedia - Pedro JimM-CM-)nez Leon -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Pedro M-CM-^Avila Nevarez -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Pedro PatiM-CM-1o Ixtolinque -- Mexican sculptor
Wikipedia - Pedro Rivas CuM-CM-)llar -- Mexican politician and broadcaster
Wikipedia - Pedro Sicard -- Mexican actor
Wikipedia - Pedro Silveira -- Mexican windsurfer
Wikipedia - Pelexia -- Genus of orchids
Wikipedia - PeM-CM-1on Viejo metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - PeM-CM-1on woman -- Paleo-Indian skull found in Mexico City
Wikipedia - Pemex -- Mexican state-owned petroleum company
Wikipedia - Penitentes (New Mexico)
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Wikipedia - People's Vote -- UK campaign group that called for a further public vote on Brexit
Wikipedia - Pepe Soho -- Mexican landscape and nature photographer
Wikipedia - Pere Bosch-Gimpera -- Mexican anthropologist and archaeologist
Wikipedia - Perfect Obedience -- 2014 Mexican film directed by Luis Urquiza
Wikipedia - PerifM-CM-)rico Oriente metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Perla Barcenas -- Mexican Paralympic powerlifter
Wikipedia - Perla Bustamante -- Mexican Paralympic athlete
Wikipedia - Perla Lopez Loyo -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Perplexisaurus -- Genus of therapsid from the Middle to Late Permian of Russia
Wikipedia - Perplexity
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Wikipedia - Persecution of Christians in Mexico
Wikipedia - Personal identity -- Philosophical idea of a person having a unique existence
Wikipedia - Petalism -- Penalty of exile from the ancient Greek city of Syracuse
Wikipedia - Pete Escovedo -- Mexican-American jazz musician and percussionist
Wikipedia - Peter Gilliver -- British lexicographer (born 1964)
Wikipedia - Peter Levens -- English lexicographer
Wikipedia - Petra Barrera Barrera -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Petra Vela de Vidal Kenedy -- Mexican rancher
Wikipedia - Petronius (oil platform) -- Oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico
Wikipedia - Pexicopia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Pexidartinib -- targeted cancer drug, CSF1R antagonist
Wikipedia - Pexiora -- Commune in Occitanie, France
Wikipedia - Phantom island -- Island that was believed to exist but later proven to be nonexistent
Wikipedia - Phantom of Heilbronn -- Hypothesized female serial killer whose existence was inferred from DNA found at crime scenes in Austria, France and Germany in 1993-2009; in 2009, it was found that the M-bM-^@M-^\PhantomM-bM-^@M-^] did not exist; the DNA belonged to a worker at the cotton swab factory.
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Wikipedia - PH (complexity)
Wikipedia - Philip Babcock Gove -- American lexicographer
Wikipedia - Philmont Scout Ranch -- Large ranch for youth high adventure in New Mexico, US
Wikipedia - Philosophical presentism -- View that neither the future nor the past exist
Wikipedia - Philosophy of life -- Personal philosophy, whose focus is resolving the existential questions about the human condition
Wikipedia - Philosophy Research Index -- Indexing database
Wikipedia - Phoenix Plate -- Tectonic plate that existed during the mid-Jurassc through late-Cenozoic time
Wikipedia - Phoma exigua var. exigua -- Fungal plant pathogen
Wikipedia - Phrealcia eximiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Picard-Lindelof theorem -- Existence & uniqueness of solutions to first-order equations with given initial conditions
Wikipedia - Pico de Orizaba -- Volcano in Mexico
Wikipedia - Pico de Tancitaro -- Volcano in Mexico
Wikipedia - Piedra (Mexican cuisine) -- Mexican stuffed corn dumpling
Wikipedia - Pierre and Marie Curie University -- Former french university existing from 1971 to 2017
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Wikipedia - Pilar Guerrero Rubio -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Pilar Luna -- Mexican underwater archaeologist
Wikipedia - Pilar Montero Curiel -- Mexican academic
Wikipedia - Pilar Pellicer -- Mexican actress
Wikipedia - Pinguicula cyclosecta -- Species of insectivorous plant from Mexico
Wikipedia - Pinguicula moranensis -- A perennial insectivorous herb in the family Lentibulariaceae native to Mexico and Guatemala
Wikipedia - Pink Taco -- Mexican restaurant chain in Los Angeles, Cal.
Wikipedia - Pino Suarez metro station -- Mexico City metro station
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Wikipedia - Planets beyond Neptune -- Any Solar System planet that might exist beyond Neptune
Wikipedia - Plan of San Luis Potosi -- Mexican political document
Wikipedia - Plantago amplexicaulis -- Species of flowering plant in the plantain family Plantaginaceae
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Wikipedia - Plateros, Zacatecas -- Town in Zacatecas, Mexico
Wikipedia - Play (Mexican band) -- Latin pop Mexican band
Wikipedia - Plaza Aragon metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Plaza de Toros MM-CM-)xico -- Building in Mexico City, Mexico
Wikipedia - Plaza Nuevo Progreso -- Bullring in Guadalajara, Mexico
Wikipedia - Plexippini -- Tribe of Salticidae spiders
Wikipedia - Plexippus petersi -- Species of arachnid
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Wikipedia - Poetical Essay on the Existing State of Things
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Wikipedia - Polarization-division multiplexing
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Wikipedia - Polideportivo Carlos Martinez Balmori -- Arena in Mineral de la Reforma, Mexico
Wikipedia - Polish Government in Exile
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Wikipedia - Politics of Mexico -- Overview of the politics of Mexico
Wikipedia - Polo Reyes -- Mexican MMA fighter
Wikipedia - Polyamorphism -- The ability of a substance to exist in more than one distinct amorphous state
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Wikipedia - Polymorphism (materials science) -- Ability of a solid material to exist in more than one form or crystal structure
Wikipedia - Ponil Complex Fire -- Ponil Complex Fire was a lightning-caused fire in New Mexico, United States in 2002
Wikipedia - PopMart: Live from Mexico City -- 1998 concert video and live album by U2
Wikipedia - Popolocan languages -- Subfamily of Oto-Manguean languages of southern Mexico
Wikipedia - Popotla metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Porfirio Becerril -- Mexican diver
Wikipedia - Porfirio Diaz -- 29th president of Mexico
Wikipedia - Porfirio Smerdou -- Mexican consul
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Wikipedia - Portal:Mexico
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Wikipedia - Post-Brexit United Kingdom relations with the European Union -- The United Kingdom's post-Brexit relationship with the European Union
Wikipedia - Postplatyptilia alexisi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Potrero metro station -- Mexico City metro station
Wikipedia - Potrillo volcanic field -- Volcanic field in United States and Mexico
Wikipedia - Poverty in Mexico -- Overview of poverty in Mexico
Wikipedia - PP (complexity)
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Wikipedia - PR (complexity)
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Wikipedia - Pre-existence of Christ -- Existence of Christ before his incarnation as Jesus
Wikipedia - Pre-existence
Wikipedia - pre-existence
Wikipedia - Prehistoric Korea -- Era of human existence in the Korean Peninsula
Wikipedia - Prehistoric Trackways National Monument -- National monument in New Mexico, United States
Wikipedia - Preparatoria Federal (Mexico) -- Chain of Mexican high schools
Wikipedia - Presbyterian Healthcare Services -- Health care system in New Mexico, US
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Wikipedia - Primitivo Rios Vazquez -- Mexican politician
Wikipedia - Prince Alexis Karageorgevich -- Head of the senior branch of the House of Karageorgevitch and a claimant to the Serbian throne
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Wikipedia - Priscila Perales -- Mexican actress, spokesperson, beauty queen, author and former model
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Wikipedia - Pronunciation Lexicon Specification
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Wikipedia - Proposed referendum on the Brexit withdrawal agreement -- Proposed referendum on the Brexit withdrawal agreement
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Wikipedia - Prospero Alarcon y Sanchez de la Barquera -- Mexican prelate
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Wikipedia - Pseudo-polynomial transformation -- A function used in computational complexity theory
Wikipedia - Pseudorandom generator theorem -- The existence of pseudorandom generators is related to the existence of one-way functions
Wikipedia - Psidium amplexicaule -- Species of plant
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Wikipedia - Puerto Rico at the 2011 Pan American Games -- Competed in Guadalajara, Mexico
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Wikipedia - Purshia mexicana -- Species of plant in Mexico
Wikipedia - Pyramid of the Moon -- Pyramid structure in Mexico
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Wikipedia - QIP (complexity)
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Wikipedia - Quantum complexity theory
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Wikipedia - Query (complexity)
Wikipedia - Query complexity
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Wikipedia - Quetzalpapalotl -- Ruins located in Teotihuacan, present-day Mexico
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Wikipedia - Radiopolis -- Mexican radio broadcaster
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