South American

  • (noun): A native or inhabitant of South America.
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South American Basketball Championship 1955
... The South American Basketball Championship 1955 was the 16th South American Basketball Championship, and played in Colombia.was won by Uruguay ...
List Of Minor Football Tournaments - Youth Tournaments - South America
... CONMEBOL Men Pre-Olympic Tournament South American Youth Championship South American Under 17 Football Championship South American Under 15 Football Championship Regional Tournaments ...
List Of Earthquakes In Peru
... The interface between the Nazca and South American tectonic plates is located near the Peruvian coast ... The South American Plate is moving over the Nazca Plate at a rate of 77 mm (3.0 in) per year ... occur as thrust faulting on the interface between the two plates, with the South American Plate moving towards the sea over the Nazca Plate ...
Mungos
... ornatus) Ursus American black bear (U ... humboldtii) American hog-nosed skunk (C ... narica) South American coati (N ...
South American Land Mammal Age
... The South American land mammal ages (SALMA) establish a geologic timescale for prehistoric South American fauna beginning 64.5 Ma during the Paleogene and continuing through to the Middle Pleistocene (0.33 Ma) ...

More definitions of "South American":

  • (adj): Of or pertaining to or characteristic of the continent or countries of South America or their peoples.

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