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a member of the Quechuan people living in the Cuzco valley in Peru

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London, July 27 (ANI): A new research on Peruvian lake sediments has suggested that the meteoric rise of the Incan empire between 1400 and 1532 was driven by a sustained period of warmer weather.
The higher temperatures, starting around 1150, ended thousands of years of cold aridity, and enabled Incan farmers to build mountainside terraces for growing crops at altitudes previously too cold to support agriculture.
The diameter of alpaca fiber has increased significantly, making it less valuable, since the time of Incan rule, says Wheeler.
The exhibit itself was mostly pottery, but I'm glad to report that the Incans really knew what they were doing in this regard.
Obviously the Incans were trying to communicate with extraterrestrials.
Key enabling technology for the INCANS system is EDO's Cosite Interference Mitigation Subsystem (CIMS).
This contract clearly demonstrates our ability to engineer and supply a military-qualified INCANS system.