Lempa


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Lempa

(lām`pä), river, c.200 mi (320 km) long, rising in Guatemala and flowing S through Honduras into El Salvador, then generally S to the Pacific Ocean. An important stream, it waters the fertile Lempa valley, largely within El Salvador, which supports a dense agricultural population.
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Price is influenced by the Chalcolithic period of Cyprus, the ecclesiastical Byzantine art work on the island and the metal sculptures of Paraskos and other artists whose work is featured on the Great Wall of Lempa.
The higher extensional component coincides with the Lempa pull-apart basin, and, as is shown in figure 15, the highest rotations take place in the same area.
48) Residents worried that dangerous chemical residue could make its way back into the groundwater, or worse, into the Rio Lempa, which extends nearly halfway across the country and runs through Guatemala and Honduras, as well.
The quake's epicentre was 30 kilometres south of Bocana del Rio Lempa, in the Usulutan province.
Destacan dos: Los ecos de Bajo Lempa, realizado sin recursos economicos, sin apoyo alguno para Paolo Hasbun, un joven director salvadoreno egresado de la Escuela Internacional de Cine y Television de San Antonio de los Banos de Cuba.
En la foto, una mujer llora la perdida de su casa tras desbordarse el rio Lempa.
Meanwhile, Jorge Melendez, the director of El Salvador's civil protection agency, said the Lempa River, which flows to the Pacific, had overflowed its banks and flooded at least 20 villages.
Lempa (modern European history, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA) and Peuker, archivist at Moravian College, have selected essays that firstly, set the Moravian system of education within the context of the Enlightenment.
Desde entonces, algunos situan la frontera sureste de esa area como Kirchoff lo hizo, incluyendo la llanura del pacifico nicaraguense y del noroeste de Costa Rica (1); aunque, actualmente, es mas aceptado definir el limite sureste en el territorio habitado por los pueblos mayas en el istmo centroamericano, a la altura del Rio Lempa y el Valle de Copan o el Rio Ulua.
2] en la Comunidad de Camapara, municipio de Candelaria, departamento de Lempira, Honduras (14[grados]04'60" N, 88[grados]34'00" W 17 - 25[grados]C, precipitacion pluvial anual 1400 mm), en la subcuenca del rio Lempa, tropico sub-humedo.
Simanski C, Lempa M, Koch G, Tiling T, Neugebauer E.
Russell Lempa, manager of Walkabout, said The Walk of Stars was a boost for Birmingham's "golden mile" of Broad Street.