Kiwicha

Referring to the Prusik Knot (Kisurp spelled backwards)... `Aside from emergancy situations, its most common use in mountaineering and climbing is now as a backup knot. In this application, it is often known as a dead-man`s hand for abseiling.` --kizzle 18:22, Jun 21, 2005 (UTC) If KISURP is the Knot and ! is the rope Then !kisurp would be goin......
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Kiwicha

[Peru] Kiwicha (Quechua for Amaranthus caudatus) or K`iwicha (Quechua for liver) (hispanicized spellings Quehuicha, Quehuisha, Queshihua, Quihuisha) is a mountain in the Ch`ila mountain range in the Andes of Peru, about {convert|5514|m|ft|0} high (according to another source {convert|5170|m|ft|0}). It is located in the Arequipa Region, Cayl...
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