Cachi

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Noun1.Cachi - a mountain in the Andes in Argentina (22,047 feet high)
Argentina, Argentine Republic - a republic in southern South America; second largest country in South America
Andes - a mountain range in South America running 5000 miles along the Pacific coast
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The restaurant will also be open for brunch at the weekends, with dishes including cured Bisaro pork loin and Sao Jorge cheese on caco bread, and roasted pepper and aubergine, mushrooms and poached egg on caco bread.
To overcome this problem, some researchers have proposed the Chaotic Ant Colony Algorithm (CACO) [22], which combines the chaotic behavior of a single ant and the intelligent organization actions of an ant colony.
ExxonMobil Chemical says it demonstrated that by using a Vistamaxx polymer-based CaCO masterbatch in film formulations instead of a typical linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) or polypropylene (PP)-based masterbatch, mineral filler loadings could be increased without sacrificing key mechanical properties.
The maximum amounts (q max ) of Co(II) and Cr(VI) adsorbed in CaCO 3 were 2.29 and 1.06 x 10 -2 mg/g, respectively.
Table 3 Number of Sessions to Reach Criterion in the Pretraining and Training Phases With Three and Four Discriminations for Each Participant Participant Phase Minimum Caco Lulu Teo Gica programmed 1.
Recently, the continuous ACO (CACO) [28, 29] has been proposed to solve some engineering optimization problems.
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The present study was proposed as a part of a broad research project entitled "Using limnological and sediment markers in lake Caco (Northern Maranhao State, Brazil) to detect changes in the position of the Intertropical Convergence Zone during the last portion of the Quaternary period.
It also supports PAMPA and CACO 2 permeability assays and can measure a drug's affinity toward such key toxilogical targets as hERG and various CYP metabolic enzymes.