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Lima

Lima was founded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro on January 18, 1535, as Ciudad de los Reyes. It became the capital and most important city in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Peru. Following the Peruvian War of Independence, it became the capital of the Republic of Peru. Today, around one-third of the Peruvian population lives in the metropol...
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Lima

[n] - capital and largest city and economic center of Peru
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Lima

• (n.) The capital city of Peru, in South America.
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Lima

(Peru) Capital and largest city of Peru, on the River Rímac, 13 km/8 mi from its Pacific port of Callao; population (2005) 7,553,400; urban agglomeration 7,819,400. A rapidly growing metropolitcan area, it comprises about one-third of the country's total population and...
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Lima

[Buenos Aires Underground] Lima is a station on Line A of the Buenos Aires Underground. Passengers may transfer from here to the Avenida de Mayo station on Line C. ...
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Lima

[genus] Lima is a genus of file shells or file clams, marine bivalve molluscs in the family Limidae, the file shells, within the subclass Pteriomorphia. The shells are obliquely trigonal, and strongly radially ribbed, the ribs scabrous to spinose. The soft parts are bright red and many tentacles protrude from the open valves. ...
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Lima

[restaurant] Lima is a restaurant in London, United Kingdom, which serves Peruvian cuisine. The chef patron is Virgilio Martínez Véliz. In 2014, it was awarded a Michelin star, the first time a restaurant serving this cuisine had been awarded a star in Europe. Lima is owned by Gabriel and Jose Luis Gonzalez, in conjunction with Peruvian c...
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Lima

Li'ma (lē'mȧ or lī'mȧ) noun The capital city of Peru, in South America. Lima bean . (Botany) (a) A variety of climbing or pole bean ( Phaseolus lunatus ), which has very large flattish seeds . (b) The seed of this plant, muc...
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Lima

capital and largest city and economic center of Peru
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Lima

city, capital of Peru. It is the country`s commercial and industrial centre. Central Lima is located at an elevation of 512 feet (156 metres) on the ... [11 related articles]
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Lima

city, seat (1831) of Allen county, northwestern Ohio, U.S. The city is situated on the Ottawa River, about 90 miles (145 km) northwest of Columbus. ...
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lima

file, polishing, revision.
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lima

Latin, meaning: file, polishing, revision.
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Lima

Lima (lē'mu, Span. lē'mä) , city (1990 metropolitan area est. pop. 6,400,000), W Peru, capital and largest city of Peru. Its port is Callao. The Lima urban area is Peru's economic center and the site of oil-refining and diversified manufacturing industries. The city was foun...
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Lima

Lima is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Lima

Sub-area within the Portuguese DOC area Vinho Verde which can appear on the label additionally.
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Lima

The Lima was a Portuguese destroyer of 1239 tons displacement launched in 1933. The Lima was powered by three Yarrow boilers providing a top speed of 37 knots and a range of 8640 km at 15 knots. The Lima carried a normal complement of 163, increasing to a maximum of 184 as required and was armed with four 4.7 inch guns; three 40 mm anti-aircraft gu...
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