San Miguel de Tucumán

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San Mi·guel de Tu·cu·mán

 (sän′ mē-gĕl′ dĕ to͞o′ko͞o-män′) or Tucumán
A city of northern Argentina at the foot of an eastern range of the Andes north-northwest of Córdoba. The country's independence was proclaimed here in July 1816.
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Abraham Willink," Facultad de Ciencias Naturales e Instituto Miguel Lillo, Universidad Nacional de Tucuman, Miguel Lillo 205, CP 4000, San Miguel de Tucuman, Tucuman, Argentina
Then, during stage eight of the punishing race, between Salta and San Miguel de Tucuman in Argentina, Hussaini suffered badly from altitude sickness.
San Javier was created by the National University of Tucuman in 1973 and covers 14,100 ha; it is 15 km west of the city of San Miguel de Tucuman and 2 km northwest of the city of Yerba Buena.
From him we learn how long it takes to cross four leagues (about twelve miles) of pampa land at a fast trot in dry weather, how much is charged for mule freight by the mile between Salta and Jujuy, and whether one should pack one's own lunch or instead might buy a decent meal at a wayside inn between the towns of Santiago del Estero and San Miguel de Tucuman.
5%, 2/21) and San Miguel de Tucuman, periurban yungas foothills (4.
The company will refurbish the airport of San Miguel de Tucuman, and build a convention centre, a hotel and a petrol station alongside.
The project, officially named Central Termica San Miguel de Tucuman, will be designed by the engineering and construction unit of LG&E Power Inc.
and for each one of the following 15 cities: Bahia Blanca, La Plata, Mar del Plata, Moreno, Pilar, Comodoro Rivadavia, Cordoba, Corrientes, Mendoza, Neuquen, Rosario, Santa Fe, San Juan, San Luis, San Miguel de Tucuman.
Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Tucuman, Argentina, Miguel Lillo 205, 4000, San Miguel de Tucuman, Tucuman, Argentina
de Bariloche, Rio Negro, Argentina; ([paragraph]) Consejo Provincial de Salud Publica, Rio Negro, Argentina; (#) Fundacion Lillo, San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina; (**) Departamento de Chagas y Patologias Regionales, San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina; ([dagger])([dagger]) Subsecretaria de Salud, Neuquen, Argentina; ([double (dagger])([double dagger]) Zona Sanitaria Noroeste, Esquel, Chubut, Argentina; and the Hantavirus Study Group(1)
FOR MORE THAN TWO CENTURIES, trains of mules loaded with earthware created by the potters of Santiago del Estero, or weavings and metals from Salta and San Salvador de Jujuy, or even more importantly, cotton, rice, wheat and corn from San Miguel de Tucuman, marched up the Tucuman trail each fall to the mining areas of Upper Peru and further on to Pacific ports from which they would be shipped to Spain.
absoluta and corn plants cultivated in household vegetable gardens in San Miguel de Tucuman (Argentina) [S 26[degrees] 48' 35.

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