Synonyms for condori or Related words with condori

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Examples of "condori"
Kunturi (Aymara for condor, hispanicized spelling "Condori") may refer to:
Led by Juan Condori Uruchi, Clemente Ramos Flores, Daniel Calle M.
Juan Condori is an album by Argentine musician Dino Saluzzi recorded in 2005 and released on the ECM label.
In the previous election on 20 August 2008, the Potosí Unity Front (), led by Enrique Leytón and including Condori, won with 94 of 169 votes.
The Allmusic review awarded by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4 stars stating ""Juan Condori" is one of those recordings where jazz, folk music, and improvisation all wind themselves into the notion of a complex but utterly beguiling song". The All About Jazz review by Budd Kopman stated ""Juan Condori" is one of the most heartfelt and deeply moving releases you will come across". The JazzTimes review by Bill Milkowski stated "This warm-hearted family affair stands as one of Saluzzi’s best".
Kunturi (Aymara for condor, hispanicized spelling "Condori") is a mountain in the Arequipa Region in the Andes of Peru, about high. It is situated in the Arequipa Province, Tarucani District. Kunturi lies south of the El Fraile dam, between Qiñwani "(Quenuani)" in the northeast and Pukasaya in the southwest.
In January 2011, Condori announced that Comcipo would press for regional ownership of shares in any lithium extraction enterprise working in the Salar de Uyuni and for the industrialization of lithium within the department of Potosí. He also called for a recall referendum on Bolivian Vice President Álvaro García Linera.
Policarpio Castañeta Yujra (b. December 7, 1957) is a Bolivian politician. Castañeta Yujra won the C-16 single-member constituency seat (in El Alto) in the 2002 parliamentary election as the candidate of the Indigenous Pachakuti Movement. His alternate in parliament was Rosa Huayhua Mamani de Condori.
Machu Kunturi (Quechua "machu" old, old person, Aymara "kunturi" condor, "old condor", Hispanicized spelling "Macho Condori") or Pampachuku "(Pampachuco)" is a mountain in the Andes of Peru, about high. It is located in the Puno Region, Lampa Province, Ocuviri District. Machu Kunturiri lies between the mountain Pichaqani in the west and Qillqa in the east.
Kunturi (Aymara for condor, hispanicized spelling "Condori") is a mountain in the Cusco Region in the Andes of Peru, about high. It is situated in the Espinar Province, Condoroma District. Kunturi lies south-east of Condoroma and the mountain Yanaqaqa "(Yanacaca)" and north of the mountain Pilluni "(Pillone)".
The Potosí Civic Committee (, acronym:Comcipo) is an alliance of unions and social organizations in the city of Potosí, Bolivia. It is currently led by Celestino Condori Mamani, whose slate won internal elections in August 2008 and January 2011. The Committee led a 19-day departmental strike in July and August 2010 in pursuit of central government support for regional development. Unlike other civic committees in Bolivia, Comcipo has not aligned with the right-wing opposition to President Evo Morales.
1979 was another busy year for Laciar, boxing 13 times again during that year. He won 9 of those bouts. Among his fights in '79, a loss to future world Junior bantamweight champion Gustavo Ballas, who beat him in 10 on points, a rubber match with Ibris, resulting in another Laciar 10 round decision win, two decision losses to Raúl Pérez, and a 10 round decision win against top contender Federico Condori.
Kunturi (Aymara for condor, hispanicized spelling "Condori") is a mountain in the Wansu mountain range in the Andes of Peru, about high. It is situated in the Arequipa Region, La Unión Province, Puyca District, south of the lake named Ranraqucha "(Ranracocha)". Kunturi lies near Pichirwa "(Pichirhua)" and south of the river Uqururu (Aymara and Quechua for "Mimulus glabratus", hispanicized "Ojoruro"), also known as Sumana or Cotahuasi, which flows to the Cotahuasi Canyon in the southwest.
Kunturi (Aymara for condor, hispanicized spelling "Condori") is a mountain in the Wansu mountain range in the Andes of Peru, about high. It is located in the Arequipa Region, La Unión Province, Puyca District. Kunturi lies east of a lake named Ikmaqucha. Taypi Q'awa is the mountain northeast of it. The intermittent streams south of Kunturi flow to the Uqururu (Aymara and Quechua for "Mimulus glabratus", hispanicized "Ojoruro"), also known as Sumana or Cotahuasi, which flows to the Cotahuasi Canyon in the southwest.
Kunturi (Aymara for condor, hispanicized spelling "Condori") is a mountain in the Wansu mountain range in the Andes of Peru, about high. It is situated in the Arequipa Region, Condesuyos Province, Cayarani District, and in the La Unión Province, Puyca District, northeast of the mountain Hatunpata "(Atunpata)". Kunturi lies south of the river Uqururu (Aymara and Quechua for "Mimulus glabratus", hispanicized "Ojoruro"), also known as Sumana or Cotahuasi, which flows to the Cotahuasi Canyon in the southwest.
The most recent elections, held on 21 January 2011, were a three-way contest between incumbent president Celestino Condori's Potosí Rebellion 19 () slate, Walter Ramírez's Red and White slate, and Mario Navarro's Autonomous Potosí Civic Organization slate. Potosí Rebellion 19 won with the support of 87 of the 193 votes. The Federation of Cooperative Miners protested the election, arguing that numerous participants in the 2010 strike were excluded from the leadership slates. Condori has endorsed enlarging the organization and popular elections, and offered to cut short his term to hold new elections following restructuring.
Regional Federation of Mining Cooperatives of Huanuni (in Spanish: "Federación Regional de Cooperativas Mineras de Huanuni", Fercomin) is a political grouping in Villa Huanani, Oruro Department, Bolivia. Fercomin won the municipal elections in December 2004, gaining three out of the five seats in the municipal council. In total Fercomin received 2 470 votes. Policarpio Calani of Fercomin became the mayor of the city. The councillors of Fercomin are Eloy Tola (president of the council), Sonia Condori (secretary of the council) and Santusa Challapa (replacer of the seat vacated when Calani became mayor).
He was Assistant Director of "Chuquiago (film)" and Executive Producer of "Amargo Mar", both of which were directed by Antonio Eguino. In 1979 he wrote, edited and directed the short subject "Hilario Condori". In 1982 he directed the film "Mi Socio", the screenplay being based on an original concept of Oscar Soria. The film was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival. He wrote and directed "Los Hermanos Cartagena" released in 1986. After about twelve years he returned in 1997 to direct the film "El Día que Murió el Silencio", his third feature film, released in 1998.
In August 2013, Flores' family provided his baptism certificate to the Civil Registry Service of La Paz so that he could receive government aid for the elderly. Birth certificates did not exist in Bolivia until 1940. Instead, births were documented by baptism records, authenticated by two witnesses. Civil registrar director Eugenio Condori said he has the baptism record but could not show it to reporters due to privacy laws. A police ID card and entry in the civil registry indicating Flores had been born on 16 July 1890, were shown to reporters. If proven, that would have made him 123 years old as of July 6 2013. The longest fully documented lifespan in history is 122 years and 164 days, achieved by France's Jeanne Calment.
Under a full moon he recognised the mountain Chunkara (5,286m) 5 km to his south which helped to orient him. In four days he crossed the lower western ridges of Chunkara, crossed the flat boulderous summit of the mountain Tiklla "(Ticcla)" (5,072 m), crossed the little rivers Kunturi "(Condori)" and Aquenta, and climbed the ridge up onto Aqu Kulluna (5,255 m), the north eastern ridge of the Mismi massif. Halfway along this ridge to the summit of Mismi, he spent an agonising night thinking he was dying of altitude sickness. He had had little food over the four days, which had made him weak. He bivvied next to a small snow drift on the north side of the ridge, overlooking the headwaters of the Carhuasanta.