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Kimberly Torres

Evident easily noticed or understood
Breed to raise animals or plants to be useful to humans
Category group of people or things with similar qualities
Sustain to provide enough food or water to make something continue
Efficient describing something that works well and effectively without waste
inspect to examine carefully to find out something or to check conditions
pampas or the vast grassy plains of Argentina and Uruguay
altiplano a high plain centered in Bolivia
terrace or flat strips of level land
pachacuti who took power in 1438
diplomacy is the management of communication and relationship between people or nations
huayna capac the last great Sapa Inca
hierarchy is a system for ranking members of a group according to their importance
ayllu was a group of related families that lived in the same location
communal property is was owned and managed bye the government for pubic use
mita or labor tax
theology or religious teachings and practices
administration the management of a government or business
quipu a record keeping device made of knotted strings
census or population survey
welfare state a government that takes responsibility for the well being of its citizens
Created by: Kimberlyt1