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Los chancadores de rocas se utilizan para reducir el tamaño de las rocas y piedras en la producción de agregados, aplicaciones de reciclaje de materiales de construcción y en operaciones mineras. Por más de 100 años, ha diseñado, desarrollado y ...


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The Lokono or Arawak are an Arawak people native to northern coastal areas of South America.Today, approximately 10,000 Lokono live primarily along the coasts and rivers of Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Barbados and French Guiana. They speak the Arawak language, the eponymous language of the Arawakan language family, as well as various Creole languages, and English.

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Lokono outdoors, Georgetown, Guyana. 1,254 likes. Lokono Outdoors creator Lancellot Willkie is a Lokono "Arawak" indigenous native born in the jungles of Guyana. He has over 30 years of guiding...

Lokono MAS – Reading The Caribbean

 · 1st group meeting we discussed how we would represent the Lokono people. I brought pictures from the internet of the Lokono people. Another member brought information on their history and culture while another member brought an arts and crafts book. The book ...

Race and History | TAINO | Lokono

In the 15th century Lokono was just another tribe which lived in villages scattered throughout the northern Guianas, the Orinoco delta, and Trinidad. It was just one tribe among many. In Trinidad alone, in addition to the Lokono, there were the Nepoio, the Yao, the Shebao, the Carinepagoto, and others.

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