purupuru

purupuru

[¦pu̇r·ü¦pu̇r·ü]
(medicine)
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Hacia la cuesta norte se avista otra hoyada intermedia mas grande nombrada Gachiri por los comuneros, siendo actualmente zona de pastos con manantes y aguajales conocidos con el nombre de Chaupiloma, cuya subida accede a las cumbres rocosas de Saqsaragra, paso obligado al caserio Chaquicocha y las Tierras Purupuru (Comunidad de Yanacocha).
In the first such episode one reads that Cruz's son, Bento is studying the Amazonian skin disease purupuru, which famed Brazilian medical researcher, Carlos Chagas (1879-1934) believed was caused by a particular fungal infection.
There's a handful of four-letter substitutions: BEEBEE / BOOBOO, KAKKAK / TAT-TAT / WAW-WAW, KAVAKAVA / KIVIKIVI, PIRIPIRI / POROPORO / PURUPURU, and PRIBBLE-PRABBLE / PRITTLE-PRATTLE.