Synonyms for cajamarca_callao or Related words with cajamarca_callao

huánuco_ica              loreto_colegio_nacional              callao_cusco              pasco_piura              arequipa_ayacucho              la_libertad_lambayeque              candarave              iquitos_iquitos              candarave_province              aragua_gob_ve              oporapa              cuyotepeji              esmeraldeño              lambayeque_lima              ancash_josé_gálvez              loja_loja              cajamarca_universidad              cajamarca_cajamarca              tlacolulita              piura_piura              cusco_garcilaso              grau_piura              huachocolpa              primera_sección              edelira              polonuevo              chaupimarca              chupaca              jucuapa              melgar_arequipa              hungaritos              zimic              cóndores_unam              coatzingo              oruro_potosí              caicedonia              ashlushlay              huarpa              porteño_cerro              nahulingo              katueté              junín_junín              anzoategui_gob_ve              ayacucho_ayacucho              sacabaya              nimaima              ansermanuevo              catamarca_córdoba              atzitzintla              huacaybamba             

Examples of "cajamarca_callao"
For the 2010, they are nine the Departmental Confederacies that have determined to adopt them: Arequipa, Cajamarca, Callao, Cusco, Huánuco, Lambayeque, Pasco, Piura, Puno and Tumbes.
Since the Second Division began at the national level in 2006, only 18 of the 25 regions have had representative teams in the Second Division. These are Ancash, Apurímac, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cajamarca, Callao, Huánuco, Ica, Junín, La Libertad, Lambayeque, Lima, Loreto, Moquegua, Piura, Puno, and Ucayali.
By 1963 there were 19 delegates for the convention to elect the National Spiritual Assembly of Peru. For the election of the Universal House of Justice the international head of the religion since its election in 1963, the delegates for the voting were the members of the National Spiritual Assemblies of the world. The Peruvian members of the national assembly were recorded for this first election: Guillermo Aguilar, Fidel Flores, Cesar Loayza, Lester W. Long, Demetrio Molero, Mrs. Jesus Rivera, Josefina Rosas, Mercedes Sanchez, and Dr. Enrique Sanchez. At the same time members of the religion were known to exist among the indigenous near Arequipa, and the Quechua people. Local assemblies were formed in Arequipa, Cajamarca, Callao, Chiclayo, Huancayo, Lima, and two other villages. Groups of Baha'is were in Cuzco, Punto Tongos, and Trujillo and isolated Baha'is in Julcamarca, Talara, and Yurimaguas.