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(Placename) a river in S Peru, rising in the Andes and flowing northwest into the Urubamba River. Length: about 885 km (550 miles)


(ˌɑ puˈri mɑk)

a river flowing NW from S Peru to the Ucayali River. ab. 550 mi. (885 km) long.
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Tenders are invited for Procurement under the Competition Offer mode for the Development of Engineering Studies and Technical File, as well as the execution of the work for the" Expansion and Improvement of Potable Water and Sanitation of Urban Neighborhoods: Patron Santiago, El Salvador, Los Alamos, Wichaypampa, Lord of Huanca and San Marcos Challhuahuacho District, Province of Cotabambas, Apurimac Department.
Some of the children were taken from villages in the valley where the Apurimac, Ene and Mantaro rivers meet.
Leaders from the regions of Apurimac, Moquegua, Tacna, Puno, Cuzco, Junm, Cajamarca, Ayacucho, and Arequipa agreed to respect a 48-hour strike on May 27 and 28, which has not been cancelled despite the state of emergency.
Walter and Luis perform under the title Los Chankas del Peru, named after the Chankas ethnic group that have inhabited, since before the Inca Empire, the south central area of Peru between the modern capital of Lima and Cusco, including the departments of Huancavelica, Ayacucho and Apurimac.
These chemicals are often diverted from legitimate channels to cocaine production with a concentration in Upper Huallaga Valley (UHV) and the Ene, Apurimac and Mantauro River Valley (VRAEM), the principal coca producing areas in Peru.
Wild potato collecting expedition in southern Peru (Departments of Apurimac, Arequipa, Cusco, Moquegua, Puno, Tacna) in 1998: taxonomy and new genetic resources.
Major copper projects in their advanced stages of exploration include the Tumipampa property, which is located in the Apurimac region and had 1.
The 49-year-old Villazana was making a third run for the mayor's office in San Martin de Pangoa in the Apurimac and Ene river valley.
Vicente Romero told reporters that traffickers pay local villagers up to $100 each to fill the holes blasted into the landing strips that dot the flood plain of the vast and verdant Apurimac and Ene river valley.
Some Andean provinces, like Apurimac, have 57% of their area granted to mining companies.
Ayacucho: Aina, between Huanta and Rio Apurimac, 750-1000 m, [12[degrees]56'S, 74[degrees]15'W], 7-17 May 1929, Killip & Smith 22779 (US).
The distribution of the avifauna in the the Apurimac Valley of Peru with respect to environmental gradients, habitat, and related species.