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Andes,

mountains in Peru.
Andes disease - chronic altitude sickness.
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Pacific Andes' resources development and supply chain management division, Pacific Andes Resources Development Limited, and its fishery and fish supply division, China Fishery Group Limited, have been listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited since 1996 and 2006, respectively.
Andes will be on Friday, September 24 at 11:00AM at First Congregational Church, 1070 Pleasant Street, Worcester, MA 01602.
Pacific Andes International is a vertically integrated frozen seafood producer and the world's largest fish fillet producer, which was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 1994.
Differences in wing size in geographical races of Heliconius erato distributed on the western and eastern side of the Andes are reported here.
Human contact with Oligoryzomys longicaudatus (rice rat or colilargo), the reservoir of Andes virus, occurs in rural areas in central and southern Chile (from 28[degrees]S to 51[degrees]S).
Nevertheless the railroad will take his wine and other goods across the Andes when Cristo Redentor--the pass also known as Los Libertadores--is closed due to weather.
That was nothing compared to the climbers' return to the Andes.
The Andes are close to the equator, so night falls just after six o'clock year-round.
Growing internal demand for goods produced in Andes nations has contributed to expansion of intra-regional trade.
The ambivalence of the conqueror is clear: he wants the Andean leaders to be leaders, like him (otherwise Spain's indirect rule over the Andes wouldn't work), but he wants them to look like Andean leaders, not like him.
In the table below, you'll find data about four hotspots: The Tropical Andes (mountainous rainforests that run through Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia) is the planet's most biodiverse hotspot.