Pilcomayo


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Pil·co·ma·yo

 (pĭl′kō-mä′yō, pēl′-)
A river of central South America rising in central Bolivia and flowing about 1,610 km (1,000 mi) southeast along the Argentina-Paraguay border to the Paraguay River.
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Pilcomayo

(Spanish pilkoˈmajo)
n
(Placename) a river in S central South America, rising in W central Bolivia and flowing southeast, forming the border between Argentina and Paraguay, to the Paraguay River at Asunción. Length: about 1600 km (1000 miles)
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Pil•co•ma•yo

(ˌpil kəˈmɑ yoʊ)

n.
a river in S central South America, flowing SE from Bolivia along the border between Paraguay and Argentina to the Paraguay River at Asunción. 1000 mi. (1610 km) long.
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Daily rhythm of feeding activity of the freshwater crab Dilocarcinus pagei pagei in the Rio Pilcomayo National Park, Formosa, Argentina.
Guerreras y timidas doncellas del Pilcomayo. Una etnografia con mujeres qom (tobas) del oeste de Formosa.
Se analizaron 40 establecimientos pecuarios de los departamentos Formosa, Pilaga, Pirane, Pilcomayo y Patino de la mencionada provincia.
(2014) reported that floods in the Pilcomayo River in Bolivia almost annually contain suspended sediment concentrations over 100,000 mg/l, which results in massive fish mortalities.
They crossed the Bermejo and Pilcomayo rivers again, and came to replace the Italians and Galicians whose sons were now doctors, lecturers and designers.