1. a member of the Quechuan people living in the Cuzco valley in Peru
  2. the small group of Quechua living in the Cuzco Valley in Peru who established hegemony over their neighbors in order to create an empire that lasted from about 1100 until the Spanish conquest in the early 1530s
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How To Use Inka In A Sentence

  • He said the unsayable and the unthinkable but with a twinkle. Times, Sunday Times
  • I do not know if that linkage can be proven, but my guess is the fee was the result of a number of actions that Harding took, over a period of years, which were favorable to Hevesi. Henry J. Stern: Betrayal of the Public Trust
  • Lezinka, a boisterous dance in a raging tempo, drums ablaze, that is popular in the The Full Feed from
  • That may seem unthinkable now, but it is wise to plan for complications. Times, Sunday Times
  • A peptidase enzyme capable of acting on any peptide linkage in a peptide chain. Alcohol and The Addictive Brain
  • One can conclude that the linkage is a rational interpretation, not contradicted by empirical evidence. Beckwith on ID
  • European visitors to the site on the Wells Estate are often dismayed to find a landmark where undrinkable water leaks from crumbling walls.
  • Furthermore I have among a large number of hybrids, two of very high quality between the American sweet chestnut and the chinkapin. Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Fifteenth Annual Meeting New York City, September 3, 4 and 5, 1924
  • The system adopts vector control scheme of rate opening loop and magnetic linkage closed loop.
  • Leave a decent overhang in case of shrinkage. Times, Sunday Times
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