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Definition of the noun Amapala
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Amapala is a genus of Tropiduchidae, described by Melichar in 1915.
- synonym: genus Amapala
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Hemiptera
- family: Tropiduchidae
Amapala is a municipality in the Honduran department of Valle.
- part of Valle Department
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Case concerning the land, island, and maritime frontier dispute: Conclusion of oral arguments; Correspondence (2000)
by Cour internationale de justice
From point A to Amapala is a distance of 68.4 miles.
Pan American Commerce (1919)
Past-present-future, from the Pan American Viewpoint. Report of the Second Pan American Commercial Conference Held in the Building of the Pan American Union, Washington, D. C., June 2-6, 1919. A Summarized Report Based on the Stenographic Record of the Proceedings, Addresses, Papers, and Discussions, Together with Additional Data, Lists of Those in Attendance Or Represented, Charts, Illustrations, Etc
Amapala is a port of entry for merchandise destined to the departments of the south, centre and west of the Republic, and through the same port are exported the products from the same departments. The business men of the country suffer ...
by Pan American Union
Amapala is a pretty town of perhaps 4,000 inhabitants, lying under a mountain, on an island. It is also a relatively clean seaport, with little of the tropic surroundings so characteristic of Colon or Corinto. There is not an American in the place, ...
by William Harrison De Puy
AMAPALA is a Pacific seaport of Honduras, on the Tigre island, noted for its invigorating climate and charming scenery. The harbor is welladapted for foreign commerce. AMARANTE, a town of Portugal, in the province of Minho, on the Tamega ...
An International Work of Reference, Complete in Twelve Volumes, with 7000 Illustrations, Colored Plates, Colored Maps and Engravings
Amapala is the port of Tegucigalpa, and the exports are chiefly mineral products. In the eighteenth century Tegucigalpa was an Aztec city. In 1880 it was made the capital of Honduras. In 1907 it was occupied by the These gates are closed A ...
The Therapeutic Gazette (1884)
A Monthly Journal of General, Special and Physiological Therapeutics ... by William Brodie, Carl Jungk, Francis Edward Stewart, John J. Mulheron, Albert Brown Lyons, Robert Meade Smith, Horatio C. Wood, Hobart Amory Hare, Edward Martin
Amapala is a quiet, neat, orderly and clean place,\vhen compared with other towns Ihave noticed on this coast thus far. It has a population of about 750 souls, and the whole of the surroundings seems to inspire a feeling of respect for the ...
To Inspire Ambition, to Stimulate the Imagination, to Provide the Inquiring Mind with Accurate Information Told in an Interesting Style, and Thus Lead Into Broader Fields of Knowledge, Such is the Purpose of this Work by Guy Stanton Ford
A coasting steamer brings you from San Francisco or Los Angeles to the Gulf of Fonseca, one of the finest natural harbors in the world, and comes to hon d'Ur asl anchor off Amapala, on Tigre Island, the Pacific gateway to the republic.
The Treasury of Knowledge and Library of Reference: pt. I. A compendious English grammar by Goold Brown. English dictionary ed. by Lyman Cobb, 6th ed. pt. II. The new universal gazetteer by Edwin Williams, 7th ed. pt. III. An epitome of chronology and history, with an appendix; a compendious classical dictionary; and a dictionary of law terms...by a gentleman of the New York bar...6th ed (1836)
lon Amapala, a seaport of Guatemala, on the #side of a gulf of the same name, on the ...
A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention... with New American Supplement, Complete in Thirty Volumes
AMAPALA, a Pacific seaport of Honduras, on the 'l'igre Island, which is situated in the bay of Fonseca, or Conchagua. Amapala is 800 miles from Panama by the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's route.
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
Its entrance, marked by Cape Amapala in El Salvador and Cape Cosigiiina in Nicaragua, is about 20 mi (32 km) across. The Conchagua Volcano rises sharply from its shore in the west. font or typeface or type family Assortment or set of type ...
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Scrabble value of A1M3A1P3A1L1A1
The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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