Definition of Picachos
1. picacho [n] - See also: picacho
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Picachos
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Literary usage of Picachos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"... and Cordillera de Los picachos National Parks—but check with Bogota office on safety before going. Simple lodging and food are available at nearby ..."
2. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1909)
"IN SILESIA, many eases, the zinc ore is simply a by-product, although some mines, as at picachos, are mined solely for zinc. It is claimed that there are, ..."
3. Camp and Camino in Lower California: A Record of the Adventures of the by Arthur Walbridge North (1910)
"Scattered broadcast along the crest lie massive white and gray granite boulders, while here and there stately white granite picachos loom upward spurning ..."
4. Puerto Rico by Kurt Pitzer, Tara Stevens (2001)
"LOS picachos TRAIL: From El Yunque Trail, you can pick up the short Los picachos (.2 mile), an unpaved, muddy track that leads to a 1930s-era lookout post, ..."
5. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1901)
"... picachos, the former being flat lava-covered table mountains, the latter those which have, through wear, assumed a more pointed appearance. ..."