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Ayacucho

(Spanish ajaˈkutʃo)
n
(Placename) a city in SE Peru: nearby is the site of the battle (1824) that won independence for Peru. Pop: 150 000 (2005 est)
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A•ya•cu•cho

(ˌɑ yɑˈku tʃɔ)

n.
a city in SW Peru: decisive victory of Bolívar over Spanish troops 1824. 105,918.
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The Electro Dunas Group's principal activity is the distribution and commercialization of electricity in the Ica region as well as part of the Huancavelica and Ayacucho regions of Peru.
The Electro Dunas Group is a group of companies (Dunas EnergA-a S.A.A., PPC Peru Holdings S.R.L., and Cantalloc Peru Holdings S.R.L., and their respective subsidiaries) whose principal activity is the distribution and commercialisation of electricity in the Ica region as well as part of the Huancavelica and Ayacucho regions of Peru.
They did register their first win in nine games last week when defeating Ayacucho 3-1 but that's nothing to get carried away with given they were trailing until their opponents had their keeper sent off just after half-time.
The statement also said China and Venezuela had signed a "memorandum for cooperation in Ayacucho bloc 6," located in Venezuela's vast oil-rich Orinoco Belt, without elaborating.
Fitel awarded the new regions of Amazonas and Ica to Gilat in addition to the four telecommunications projects that are nearing completion, in the regions of Huancavelica, Ayacucho, Apurimac and Cusco.
This contract, which lasts 186 days, is the second one related to airport projects that CONCAR obtains this year, after obtaining the contract for the rehabilitation of the asphalt pavement of the Ayacucho Airport, for US USD 7.09 million, signed with the company Proyecta y Construye.
State governor Liborio Guarulla said the bloodshed came after fighting erupted between inmates and their jailers on Tuesday night in the prison in Puerto Ayacucho, capital of sparsely populated Amazonas state.
Governor Liborio Guarulla said the bloodshed came after fighting erupted between inmates and their jailers Tuesday night in the prison in Puerto Ayacucho, capital of sparsely populated Amazonas state.