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Spanish for 'hot land'; the lowest altitude zone of Latin American highlands climates
Spanish for 'temperate land' ; the middle altitude zone of Latin American highlands climates
Spanish for 'cold land' ; the highest altitude zone of the Latin American highland climates
a city that dominates a country's economy, culture and government and in which population in concentrated; usually the capital city
Spanish term for 'conqueror' referring to soldiers who conquered Native Americans in Latin America
technological and economic growth that does not deplete the human and natural resources of a give area
traditional farming method in which all trees and plants in an area are cut and burned to add nutrients
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