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  • Ingots — Ah Peru — by Emily Dickinson 1366 13840Brother of Ingots — Ah Peru — — 1366Emily Dickinson Brother of Ingots — Ah Peru — Empty the
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  • Ex parte Republic of Peru by Harlan F. Stone Syllabus 896497Ex parte Republic of Peru — SyllabusHarlan F. Stone Court Documents Opinion
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  • Encyclopædia Amazonas (Peru) 1509927The New International Encyclopædia — Amazonas (Peru) AMAZONAS, ä'mȧ-thō'nȧs. A northern department of Peru, bounded by
    512 bytes (67 words) - 23:46, 16 June 2013
  • Volume 1 Amazonas (Peru) 12138941911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — Amazonas (Peru) AMAZONAS, a northern department of Peru, covering a mountainous
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  • lake, 12,000 feet above the sea. It lies partly in Bolivia and partly in Peru, and is 100 miles long and about 35 broad. Some remarkable ruins on its small
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  • of Mexico and Peru  (1884)  by Albert Réville, translated by Philip Henry Wicksteed 1843062The Native Religions of Mexico and PeruAlbert RévillePhilip
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  • Myths of Mexico and Peru  (1913)  by Lewis Spence 1578285The Myths of Mexico and PeruLewis Spence1913   THE MYTHS OF MEXICO & PERU         The
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  • trouble — -269- Bring me the sunset in a cup, -128- Brother of Ingots — Ah Peru — -1366- But little Carmine hath her face — -558- By a departing light -1714-
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  • (kē' pōō), the language of knotted cords which was used by the Incas of Peru previous to the conquest by the Spaniards. A series of knotted strings was
    462 bytes (76 words) - 09:27, 14 September 2008
  • The Myths of Mexico and Peru by Lewis Spence Chapter VIII 1586470The Myths of Mexico and Peru — Chapter VIIILewis Spence BIBLIOGRAPHY   The following
    277 bytes (1,625 words) - 19:41, 29 December 2013
  • mountains of the Andes in Peru. It is related to the camels of the old world, and is kept as a beast of burden by the Peruvian Indians. The wool is of fine
    711 bytes (109 words) - 09:27, 14 September 2008
  • Volume 17 Loreto (Peru) 13188221911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 17 — Loreto (Peru) LORETO, an inland department of Peru, lying E. of the Andean
    212 bytes (827 words) - 16:33, 2 July 2015
  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 Peru by Julian Moreno-Lacalle 105165Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 11 PeruJulian Moreno-Lacalle A republic
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  • Marino-Lacalle DIOCESE OF PUNO (PUNIENSIS) Suffragan of the Archdiocese of Lima in Peru. Its jurisdiction extends over the whole territory of the Department of Puno
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  • of the Coolie Traffic in Peru 1614220My life in China and America — XVIII. Investigation of the Coolie Traffic in PeruYung Wing CHAPTER XVIII
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  • The New Student's Reference Work/Arequipa (category The New Student's Reference Work/Peru)
    Arequipa (ä′ rā́-kē′ pȧ).  A department in the South American republic of Peru.  It lies in the southern part of the republic, between Lake Titicaca and
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  • Volume 16 Lima (Peru) 19727761911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 16 — Lima (Peru) LIMA, the principal city and the capital of Peru and of the department
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  • Biscay, 1564, entered the Society of Jesus in 1579, and in 1585 went to Peru, where he was ordained. In 1588 he was appointed rector of the College of
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  • Trasmura, near Burgos, date unknown; d. 1559. He came to America, and went to Peru with Pedro de Alvarado in 1534. He was no relative of the latter, however
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  • from a Summer's Day? -1364- Take all away — -1365- Brother of Ingots — Ah Peru — -1366- "Tomorrow" — whose location -1367- Love's stricken "why" -1368-
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