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Numerology information Tejon:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Tejon:
Tejon is a nice, handsome looking young man. He is one that give's good advice to his friends. Tejon is a humble man. His friend's know him for his good company and he is also alluring. Most people consider him as ladies' man.
Hey, look, there's Tejon, the ladies' man.
Songs about Tejon:
Adverso (Jaime Tejón Remix) by Kraust from the Album Adverso EP
Applause & Laugther (Jaime Tejon Remix) by Mark Ferrer & Samu Rodriguez from the Album Applause & Laugher (The Mixes)
El Tejon by Grupo Candel from the Album Con Sus Chilenas
El Tejon by Cuarteto Coculense from the Album The Very First Recorded Mariachis: 1908-1909
El Tejon by Trio Aguacero from the Album Zoológico Musical de la Huasteca
El Tejon Enamorado by Alfredo Gamboa from the Album 20 Canciones Y Corridos
El Tejon Ride by Bakersfield's Big Guitars from the Album Guitar Country
Books about Tejon:
Tejon Trail (Cal MacLamond Western Book 1) by Will Murray (Dec 3, 2011)
Mastering the Tesoro Tejon and Vaquero Metal Detectors by C. Thorsten (Oct 13, 2013)
Tejon Ranch: Preserving the Legacy of a California Treasure by Delphine Hirasuna (Mar 1, 2012)
La carga del tejón (El norteño mágico) (Spanish Edition) by Antonio Ramos Revillas (Oct 3, 2014)
EL ESCORPION Y EL TEJON FANTASMA (THE SCORPION nº 2) (Spanish Edition) by JAMES BUTLER (Jun 10, 2014)
The Great Tejon Club Jubilee: Stories by Gerald W. Haslam and Don Mahan (Jun 1, 1996)
John Xantus, the Fort Tejon Letters, 1857-1859 by Janos Xantus and Ann Zwinger (May 1986)
Movies about Tejon:
Maverick: Collector's Edition -- Relic of Fort Tejon & Hostage! - Runtime: 1 hr 42 mins
Wiki information Tejon:
The Tejon Pass is a mountain pass between the southwest end of the Tehachapi Mountains and northeastern San Emigdio Mountains, linking the Central Valley to Southern California via Interstate 5.
Fort Tejon in California is a former United States Army outpost which was intermittently active from June 24, 1854, until September 11, 1864. It is located in the Grapevine Canyon between the San Emigdio Mountains and Tehachapi Mountains. It is in...