Bayamo

Bayamo is the capital city of the Granma Province of Cuba, and one of the largest cities in the Oriente region. ==Overview== The community of Bayamo lies on a plain by the Bayamo River. It is affected by the violent Bayamo wind. One of the most important education institutions in the province is the University of Granma. ==History== Bayamo was the...
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Bayamo

• (n.) A violent thunder squall occurring on the south coast of Cuba, esp. near Bayamo. The gusts, called bayamo winds, are modified foehn winds.
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Bayamo

[wind] A bayamo is a violent wind blowing from the land on the south coast of Cuba, especially near the Bight of Bayamo. It is also the namesake for Giddings and Webster`s most popular tuba mouthpiece. ---- ...
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Bayamo

Ba·ya'mo noun (Meteor.) A violent thunder squall occurring on the south coast of Cuba, esp. near Bayamo. The gusts, called bayamo winds , are modified foehn winds.
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Bayamo

A violent wind blowing from the land on the south coast of Cuba, especially near the Bight of Bayamo.
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Bayamo

Bayamo (bäyä'mō) , city (1995 est. pop. 132,000), Granma prov., SE Cuba. It is a manufacturing and transportation center. Cattle raising and sugar refining are the main industries. Founded in 1513, Bayamo was an inland port until the 19th cent. A former center of revolutionary mo...
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Bayamo

city, eastern Cuba. Lying on the Bayamo River, it was founded as San Salvador de Bayamo in 1513. In colonial times it was one of Cuba`s most ...
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