Balsas


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Bal·sas

 (bôl′səs, bäl′-)
A river flowing about 725 km (450 mi) from south-central Mexico to the Pacific Ocean.
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Contract award notice: servicio de explotacin, mantenimiento, conservacin y gestin documental de las presas y balsas de abastecimiento gestionadas por el consorcio de aguas bilbao bizkaia.
Though not as slick and as efficient as contemporary technology, the balsas helped to connect us with the local people in a different way than had we been paddling 21st century craft.
El humilde municipio de Nuevo Balsas, cuyos habitantes viven de la agricultura y la pesca, desperto la codicia de varios poderes--mineras canadienses, politicos y bandas del narcotrafico--por su subsuelo rico en oro.
La raza Balsas es un grupo cuyas poblaciones se registran a altitudes entre 635 y 1272 m; mientras que la raza Mesa Central tiene un rango de 1550 a 2186 m s.
The proposed method was applied to classify the soybean sowing dates as suitable, marginal and unsuitable for Cruz Alta, Rio Grande do Sul state, Jatai, Goias state, and Balsas, Maranhao state, localized respectively in South, Midwest and Northeast regions of Brazil.
A bordo de balsas inflables de color rojo, de 5 metros de eslora por 1.
Este gobierno se caracteriza por dar cumplimiento a la palabra empenada y anteponer siempre el dialogo como la mejor via para la toma de acuerdos, sostuvo el gobernador Angel Aguirre Rivero al presidir este dia una reunion de trabajo con integrantes del Consejo de Pueblos Nahuas del Alto Balsas, a fin de solucionar las demandas apremiantes de sus comunidades.
Torex Gold Resources reports that the initial drill program at its Media Luna target, south of the Balsas river on its 100%-owned Morelos gold project in Guerrero state, Mexico, discovered consistent gold mineralization over a 900m strike length.
Researchers focused on the Xihuatoxtla Shelter in an area of the Balsas Valley that is home to a large, wild grass called Balsas teosinte that molecular biologists recently identified as the ancestor of maize.
Constituyen el microsigmetum supra y oromediterraneo de las balsas gadorenses, cuyo estudio abordamos en este trabajo.
Maize domestication may have first occurred where this form of teosinte still grows, in the Central Balsas River Valley, which is located about 250 miles east of Guila Naquitz.