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Pasto

(pä`stō), city (1993 pop. 261,368), alt. 8,510 ft (2,594 m), capital of Nariño dept., SW Colombia. It is a distribution and processing center for the agricultural and mineral products of the surrounding region. Varnish and woolen goods are produced in the city. Founded in 1539, Pasto was a royalist city in the revolution against Spain and changed hands several times. Antonio NariñoNariño, Antonio
, 1765–1823, Colombian revolutionary. A liberal intellectual, Nariño was one of the first to foment revolution against Spain in South America.
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 was defeated at Pasto by the Spanish in 1814. Occupied for a short period in 1831 by Ecuadorian forces, Pasto was the scene of the treaty (1832) by which Colombia (then called New Granada) and Ecuador became separate states. The city retains a colonial appearance, with narrow streets and many old churches. The Galeras volcano (14,029 ft/4,276 m) is to the west.

Pasto

 

a city in southwestern Colombia, on the Pan American Highway, at the foot of Pasto Volcano. Administrative center of the department of Nariño. Population, 129,000 (1971). The city has food, tobacco, and furniture industries and various cottage industries. Educational institutions in Pasto, which was founded in the 16th century, include a university.

Pasto

a city in SE Colombia, at an altitude of 2590 m (8500 ft.). Pop.: 404 000 (2005 est.)
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Non e una caso quindi che la il topos letterario del pasto legato alla gestione dei materiali linguistici e culturali ricorra in molte delle opere chiave del nostro secondo novecento.
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The first assignment in Pasto (a city of over 100,000 people) I will skip over and go to my work with the Cooperativa Morasurco.
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Daznai tarsi is atvirutes vaizdas yra net svarbiau nei pats pastatas (Jones 2009) ar iki pasto zenklo sumazinto ikonisko logotipo (Jencks 2005) itaiga.
As coletas foram realizadas nos meses de maio, agosto, novembro de 2000 e fevereiro de 2001, em quatro diferentes sistemas de manejo: pasto, capoeira de aproximadamente 40 anos, cobertura natural de grama batatais (Paspalum notatum) e uma area de horta com rotacao de culturas e restos organicos incorporados com auxilio de implementos mecanicos.
The farm, located in the Barrio Pasto community in the municipality of Aibonito, where four generations of Noriegas live together in a humble little house, has been in the family's possession for over 150 years.