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ceibo

of Argentina. [Flower Symbolism: WB, 7: 264]
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Along the way, participants will meet chocolate makers, butterfly breeders, participate in an indigenous Shaman cleansing ritual, and discover the uses of the Ceibo tree's unique, waterproof cotton.
(1981-82) consignan la presencia de un cuchillo de esta litologia en la Cueva 7 de El Ceibo. Durante el Holoceno Temprano (10.000-7.500 anos 14C a.p.) aumentaria la cantidad, variedad y tamano de los artefactos confeccionados con esta materia prima.
Ademas, se identificaron algunos arboles dominando en el dosel como el ceibo (Ceiba Pentandra) y el zapaton (Pachira acuatica).
The daily lives of people excluded from the community could change, as expressed in testimonies collected by Flor de Ceibo, a unique program of support with volunteers to the implementation of Ceibal, the Uruguayan program of OLPC (University of the Republic, 2009).