Chincha


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Chin´cha


n.1.(Zool.) A south American rodent of the genus Lagotis.
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In 2012, Lexington contributed toward the rebuilding of the Divino Nino Jesus School for 720 children in the region of Chincha, Peru.
Procurement package titles: The CaEete River Sub-project, the Chincha River Sub-project, and the Pisco River Sub-project
Leading South American airline sends students from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles to Chincha, Peru, to assist with Home-Building Efforts
North Chincha island was recorded to have a cap of guano at least 180 feet deep.
129), with no mention of the fascinating mummified examples from Chincha and El Yaral in prehispanic Peru.
The study was conducted in 16 purposively selected zones in four regions in Peru, including peri-urban slums in Lima and towns and villages in Cajamarca in the Sierra Mountains, Iquitos in the Amazon rain forest, and Chincha on the coast.
At the Avelino Caceres School in Chincha, Peru, Internet lines were cut off for nearly a year because the school couldn't afford the telephone company's high rates.
Mega Express Strip Mall Projects in Peru: In partnership with the Wiesse Family, the Company has begun construction on three Mega Express strip malls in Peru: Mega Express Chincha, Mega Express Barranca and Mega Express CaSete.
Instead, he decided to send ships to Chincha, south of Lima, and north to Guayaquil, looting the latter to secure provisions and goods.
29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Happy Hearts Fund (HHF) and AFP Integra celebrated their Joint Venture today, which has resulted in the reconstruction and implementation of six schools in Chincha, Ica and Lima, equipped with state-of-the-art computer labs and libraries.
The treatment of African-descendent women in Chincha is an area of special concern.