Albuquerque is the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Mexico. The high-
altitude city ... 2.1 Early European settlers; 2.2 Early 20th century; 2.3 Decades of
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Native to southern Europe, this spider has made its way into North America,
where it is now fairly widespread. It is commonly found indoors, where it prowls
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About two-fifths of its residents live in Albuquerque (founded 1706) and the ...
times; European settlers initially lived exclusively in its valleys and those of its ...
The Lower Sonoran Zone, in the southern sections of the Rio Grande ...
The cultivar 'Mission', a vinifera grape, probably came from these early plantings.
European grapes were largely confined to southern areas of the state, as they ...
European plums (the blue/purple ones in general; Figure 1) flower later than
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