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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !
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Tetela del Volcán or simply Tetela, is a city in the Mexican state of Morelos. It is located on the slopes of the volcano Popocatépetl. . The city serves as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality of the same name. It is notable for its sixteenth century Dominican ex-convent which together with a number of other early monasteries nearby in the area has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The municipality reported 16,428 inhabitants in the year 2000 census. Other towns in the municipality of Tetela del Volcán include Hueyapan, Xochicalco (not to be confused with the archeological site of the same name) and Tlamimilulpan.
In 1503, Tetela del Volcán and nearby Hueyapan were subjugated to the Aztec Empire by Moctezuma II. The first Spaniards to arrive in Tetela were Bernardino Vázquez de Tapia and Pedro de Alvarado in 1519. After the fall of Tenochtitlán Cortés arrived in Tetela del Volcán, where he found the Indians to be resistant and fierce. According to Diego Durán their subjugation was achieved only thanks to the intervention of María Estrada and her husband Pedro Sánchez Farfán, for which Cortés awarded the couple the lands of Tetela as an encomienda. In 1561 this encomienda was revoked and laid under the Spanish Crown directly, and in the Relacion Geográfica from 1665 this "realengo" appears to be administrated by corregidor Cristóbal Martínez de Maldonado.
In the 17th century the indigenous authorities were still functioning to a large extent (Gibson) and the Spanish and native government coexisted for a while as separate systems.
In 1784, Tetela del Volcán was incorporated into the Subdelegación de Cuautla and lost its status as "cabecera" (capital) of the district. When the administrative structure of corregimientos and alcaldías was abolished Tetela lost any special status.
When the state of Morelos was first established, Tetela del Volcán belonged to the municipality of Ocuituco. It was established as a separate municipality on January 31, 1937, during the government of Lázaro Cárdenas.
After the 2006 Mexican election, Mario Soberanes (Nueva Alianza) was elected municipal president and became the first citizen of Hueyapan to be elected president of the municipality. He was also the first municipal president from a party other than the Institutional Revolutionary Party since the municipality's founding .
|Name||Period of presidency|
|Pompeyo Montero Rodríguez (PRI)||1958-1960|
|Venancio Anzurez Mendoza (PRI)||1961-1963|
|Carlos Pérez Solís (PRI)||1964-1966|
|Anselmo Martínez Reyes (PRI)||1967-1970|
|Ladislao Trujillo Arenas (PRI)||1970-1973|
|León Montero Rodríguez (PRI)||1973-1976|
|Rosendo Rodríguez García (PRI)||1976-1979|
|Silvano Ariza Mendoza (PRI)||1979-1982|
|Pablo Torres Mendoza (PRI)||1982-1985|
|Mario Jiménez Gutiérrez (PRI)||1985-1988|
|Vardomiano Vazaldua Carrillo (PRI)||1988-1991|
|Paulino Velázquez Álvarez (PRI)||1991-1994|
|Leopoldo Mendoza Lavín (PRI)||1994-1997|
|Leoncio Pérez Jiménez (PRI)||1997-2000|
|Antonio López Mendoza (PRI)||2000-2003|
|Jorge Lozada Martinez (PRI)||2003-2006|
|Mario Soberanes Perez (Nueva Alianza)||2006-2009|
|Jorge Hernandez Mendieta (PAN)(Previously PSD))||2009-2012|