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Cha·vin

or Cha·vín  (chä-vēn′)
n.
An early pre-Incan civilization that flourished in northern and central Peru from about 900 to 200 bc, known for its carved stone sculptures and boldly designed ceramics.

[After Chavín de Huántar.]
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