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WARIWaite Agricultural Research Institute
WARIWheezing Associated Respiratory Illness
WARIWar Against Radical Islam
WARIWarning and Radio Information (FRG)
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Nearly twenty years ago, a team of archaeologists discovered an ancient Wari brewery in Cerro Baul in the mountains of southern Peru.
And that is what we are proposing with Wari: to interconnect all clients on a totally neutral and universal platform where transactions and services are exchanged.
Wari's founder and chief executive, Kabirou Mbodje, insists that the platform constantly evolves, to become a lot more than simply a remittance service.
The fact that most works of Wari art are located in museum collections, as a result of being acquired from tombs along the dry coast of Peru in the early twentieth century, begs the question as to why they haven't been exhibited earlier.
The Wari civilisation lived in an area where Lima is now situated between 600 and 1000AD, around 500 years before the Inca Empire surfaced.
Discoveries in the tomb suggest that the Wari worshipped royal ancestors.
Large size appears in the 4 stage of Ghuray Wari, Allah Wari, Gorho, and Nur Aseel and then declined at 5th stage in case of pollinated except the length of Allah Wari.
As in other regions of Peru, Jennings found pervasive Wari influence on local pots, textiles, and stonework.
At home on land and in the water, these creatures are thought to have held a religious significance for the Cuzco Wari, an agricultural society that understood the critical importance of water in a drought-prone environment.
In a little under a decade, Wari has established itself as a leading digital finance service company and has established a presence in over half of sub-Saharan Africa.
One of the most important religious festivals in Maharashtra is the annual Pandharpur wari or yatra, a tradition that is centuries old.
17 ( ANI ): Predecessors of the Inca, called Wari, didn't just rule only by pillage, plunder and a strong administration, but also created loosely administered colonies to expand trade, provide land for settlers and tap natural resources across much of the central Andes, a new study has revealed.