ANDES


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Related to ANDES: Aconcagua, Kilimanjaro
AcronymDefinition
ANDESAssociation Nationale des Docteurs es Sciences (French: National Association of Doctors of Science)
ANDESAdvanced Naval Damage-control Expert System
ANDESAmbient Noise Directional Estimation System
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Some occur among the Cordilleras of the Andes, where cities, and towns, and cultivated farms are to be seen eight thousand feet above the level of the sea.
We got up in the real high mountains of the main Andes, where the snow on one pass gave us some trouble; but the girl knew the trails, and, though we didn't waste any time, we were a full week getting there.
Let us go together over the ground of your last wonderful expedition over the Andes.
I would have made a pilgrimage to the highest peak of the Andes, could I when there have precipitated him to their base.
A number had gone to Panama, and four were talking of going to Ecuador to work in the shops of the railroad that ran over the Andes to Quito.
Andes Web Security Accelerators offer an out-of-band Ethernet port for management that is logically and physically separate from data ports.
The new loan will be used for general working capital requirements of the Pacific Andes Group, including refinancing of the existing debts of Pacific Andes.
Andes began his career at Worcester Academy in 1963 as a physics teacher.
Lawrence Chor, an analyst with Taifook research said China Fishery Group (CFG), the coastal and deep sea fishery arm of Pacific Andes International registered a 15% year on year increase in revenue to $3.
Maize agriculture stimulated ancient population growth in the Andes and allowed a complex society, the Wari, to develop, Finucane contends in the August Current Anthropology.
There is an important introduction by Gilberto Morillo of the University of the Andes, Merida, Venezuela entitled: Origin, geology, flora, and vegetation of the mountains of Venezuela.