Definition of Torreon
1. Noun. A city in northern Mexico to the west of Monterrey.
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Literary usage of Torreon
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1915)
"Mr 10 Report rebels repulsed in 15 hr Torreon battle. 500 killed. ... Mr 18 Rebels routed, Torreon. Mr 18 149 shot down for mutiny in Huerta's camp. ..."
2. Insurgent Mexico by John Reed (1914)
"CHAPTER I "ON TO Torreon!" AT Yermo there is nothing but leagues and leagues of sandy desert, sparsely covered with scrubby mesquite and dwarf cactus, ..."
3. Mexico of the Twentieth Century by Percy Falcke Martin (1908)
"Torreon—Importance of local industries—The Smelter—Building progress. ONE of the three largest States in the Republic—Chihuahua and Sonora being the other ..."
4. Mexico Old and New: A Wonderland by Sullivan Holman M'Collester (1897)
"FROM Torreon TO CHIHUAHUA. Before proceeding southward we will make a detour to the north on the Mexican Central Railroad into, the largest state of the ..."
5. Journal by Royal Institution of Cornwall, William Sorell (1889)
"NOTES ON SOME OXIDIZED COPPER ORES FROM THE Torreon MINES, IN THE PROVINCE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO. BY J, H. COLLINS, FGS General remarks on ..."
6. Mexico? Si, Señor by Thomas L. Rogers (1893)
"A ride of five kilometres brings us to another very important station, Torreon. This is a meal station. Here the passenger will find a plentiful supply of ..."