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“The snow peaks they call apus, and revere as deities.”
“Curanderos channel the energy of the "apus," the spirits of the mountains, and elements of nature, such as the "pachamama," mother earth, to heal.”
“The milky streams from the glaciers are thought to be the semen of the apus, which they send down to fertilize Mother Earth.”
“Very large flocks of swifts (‘Cypselus apus’) were observed flying over the plains north of Kuruman.”
“(The apus is to be seen at all seasons, but the drepanis only after rainy weather in summer; for this is the time when it is seen and captured, though, as a general rule, it is a rare bird.)”
“The specimens examined were obtained from the _Bambusa apus_, growing in the Residency of”
“De exmplu: Ca scriem pe facebook ca suntem fani ai jogging-ului si de fapt n-avem adidasi e una; ca poate multi ne imaginam parcuri pline de verdeata si peisaje ca in filme cand lumea alearga pe strazi din San Francisco la rasarit sau apus cu tricou, pantaloni si chip Nike in adidasi sa ne masoare distanta dar nu ne-am duce in parc sa alergam de nicio forma.”
“After studying research on birds, in particular the Apus apus”
“Other noteworthy bird species include black-rumped flameback (Dinopium benghalense), Eurasian cuckoo (Cuculus canorus), alpine swift (Apus apus), European nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus), blue rock thrush (Monticola solitarius), and two owl species (Otus scops and O. brucei).”
“Dressed in bear costumes and speaking in falsetto, the ukukus have been dancing at midnight on the glacier since Inca times in homage to Lord Qoyllur Rit’i, one of the mountain gods, or apus.”
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