the white nitrogenous dried excrement, high in uric acid content, that is produced by birds and reptiles. Guano is a valuable fertilizer and has been extensively harvested from guano bird (cormorant) colonies in South America.
The subject of this contract is the professional provision of investor supervision services for works related to the protection of the summer position of bats consisting in the construction of the guano platform in the oo monastery complex.
However, some items, such as tagua (a nut from a South American palm used to make buttons) and guano (bird droppings used as fertilizer), were eclipsed by postwar technology but are making a comeback because of their sustainability potential.
The reason certain experts tell us our money is not real is because the paper currency is not convertible or exchangeable by the government into a hard asset like gold, seashells, or bat guano. They say that this fiat money is created out of thin air because it is not 'backed' by a hard asset.
Iniciando con la literatura sobre la teoria de la deuda soberana que ha existido hasta la actualidad, Vizcarra analiza el contexto de la deuda latinoamericana del siglo XIX; es decir, la etapa previa al boom guanero, para luego analizar la insercion del Peru en los mercados de capitales internacionales durante el auge del guano. Posteriormente, cuando sucede el fin de las reservas de guano, se detalla como el pago de la deuda externa peruana se vio interrumpida por la Guerra del Pacifico (1879-1883).
While a book about dung may not be everybody's cup of tea, this represents a treasure trove of unusual biological detail that's packed with various details about droppings, from a dung identification guide that covers guano, frass, and scat to discussions of dung feeders, dung communities, and conflicts among dung harvesters.