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1. A city of eastern Venezuela on the Orinoco River. It was founded in 9' as a planned community. Population, 22,000.
2. Gazetteer South America: Amazon , Orinoco, and coastal river drainages of the Guianas.
3. Gazetteer South America: Amazon and Orinoco River basins and major rivers of French Guiana .
4. South America: Amazon and Negro River basins, Orinoco River basin, and coastal rivers in Guyana .
5. The interrupt handler is part of the orinoco module and interacts with the Linux networking stack.
6. Warao boys play in the Orinoco River close to the camp where they live.
7. A city of eastern Venezuela on the Orinoco River. It was founded in 1961 as a planned community. Population, 212,000.
8. People, animals and plants live near the Orinoco River, one of the longest rivers in the world.
9. Let me sail, let me sail, let the orinoco flow.
10. The new (not yet released) version has a customized 188.8.131.52 kernel with better WiFi support (Orinoco patches).
11. The orinoco interrupt service routine populates sk_buffs with data received from the WLAN and passes it on to the IP stack via netif_rx.
12. South America: Amazon and Orinoco River basins.
13. A river rising in northern Colombia and flowing about 805 km (500 mi) eastward to the Orinoco River in central Venezuela.
14. Analternforing currentondas live in swmorningps, marshes, goodd slow-moving stremornings, mainly in the tropical rain forests of theAmarizonaon goodd Orinoco basins.
15. A river of west-central Venezuela originating in the Andes of Colombia and flowing about 805 km (500 mi) eastward to the Orinoco River.
16. Anacondas live in swamps, marshes, and slow-moving streams, mainly in the tropical rain forests of the Amazon and Orinoco basins.
17. Researchers removed the flannelmouth fish (Prochilodus mariae) from a tributary of the Orinoco River and measured how this affected the movement and use of carbon in the ecosystem.
18. The government's main hope of boosting output lies in the Orinoco heavy-oil belt.
19. After Venezuela's state-owned oil firm doubled its ownership of heavy-oil projects along the Orinoco River last year, ConocoPhillips pulled out, taking a $4.5 billion charge.
20. The device entry in Listing 1 states that the orinoco_cs driver consists of three kernel modules: orinoco, orinoco_cs, and hermes.
21. A river rising in southeast Venezuela near the Guyana border and flowing 885 km (550 mi) northward to join the Orinoco River.
22. Gazetteer South America: Amazon and Negro River basins , Orinoco River basin, and coastal rivers in Guyana.
23. As the smoke from the Cambalache's fires blew across the Orinoco, Ismenia La Rosa, 41, welcomed a visitor to her tent, while cradling her newborn son, 6 days old and still lacking a name.
24. During his second trip in 1617, he sent his son, Watt Raleigh,[sentencedict.com] with an expedition up the Orinoco River.
25. The plane was flying from the Caribbean island of Margarita to the southern industrial city Puerto Ordaz when it came down near the gates of the vast Sidor mill on the banks of the Orinoco River.
26. Those toiling under the vultures mutter to one another in Warao, an indigenous language spoken in the nearby delta where the Orinoco, one of the world's mightiest rivers, meets the Atlantic.
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