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A Global Overview by Paloma Fernandez Perez
Lucia Ceja is a researcher for the ...
by Christopher Baker
Insiden Tip: La Ceja is a beautiful town with tremendous character and wonderful restaurants. Try a chiva (bus) ride for a firsthand sense of local life. –JESSE COOMBS National Geographic adventurer Embalse Peñol-Guatapé: A 30-minute ...
by Mark R. Hudson, V. J. S. Grauch
La Ceja is a north-facing escarpment at the northern end of the Llano de Albuquerque. Other major landforms in the Albuquerque Basin include the Hubbell bench, a structural bench along the western flanks of the Manzanita and Manzano ...
by Gwendolyn Lewise Werth Luttrell, Marilyn L. Hubert, Virginia M. Jussen, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Ceja Member (Santa Fe Formation) 1. Pliocene 2. New Mexico (C) 3. Kelley, V. C. , 1977, Geology of ...
by Don Michael Randel
ceja, cejilla]. In guitar and lute playing, the stopping of all strings with the forefinger at some specified fret; sometimes termed in English capotasto, which, however, also refers to a device [see Capotasto (1)].
Encyclopedia of Anthropology (2005)
by H. James Birx
The eastern Andean cloud forest habitat of the Chachapoya, often called the “ Ceja de Selva” or “Ceja de Montaña” (literally edge, or eyebrow, of the jungle), coincides with a major cultural boundary between highland societies participating in ...
by Martin Abraham
Ceja, M., 2014. Integrated metrics for improving the life cycle approach to assessing product system sustainability. Sustainability 6 ...
by Walter Robert Thurmond Witschey, Clifford T. Brown
Ceja Tenorio, Jorge Fausto. Paso de la Amada: An Early Preclassic Site in the Soconusco, Chiapas. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation No. 49. Provo, Utah: New World Archaeological Foundation, Brigham Young University, ...
Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications by Christian Rätsch
coca: Bolivian coca, bolivianische coca, botô, ceja de montaña coca, Ceylon huanuco, coca, coca bush, coca del Perú, cocaine .
Encyclopedia of Prehistory (2012)
Volume 7: South America by Peter N. Peregrine, Melvin Ember
zone,called the ceja demontaña, isapermanent cloud forest where relative humidity typically exceeds 90 percent. Topography. The Inca empire, whichextended some 3500 km alongthe mountainous backbone of South America, ...
by Joel W. Palka
Ceja Tenorio, Jorge Fausto. Paso de la Amada: An Early Preclassic Site in the So- conusco, Chiapas. Paper no. 49, New World Archaeological Foundation. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 1985 ...
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