This department has lately been removed to the city, and is located corner paca and King streets.
The paca is also very plentiful, and becomes easily domesticated.
The paca very easily becomes domesticated, and is very gentle and tractable, unless when much irritated.
The paca, by-the-by, was roasted, and preferred to the ducks.
They took the bedding from under the corpse of my son to form a rest for paca, whose life seemed ebbing rapidly.
The clavicle is rudimentary, whereas it is well developed in the paca.
Mr. paca was continued in Congress until 1778 and rendered valuable service to his country.
I was brought to Baltimore, and was jailed in a small house on paca near Lombard.
How paca will laugh at me, when I go home after such a terrible defeat!
Maryland is thought favorable to it, yet it is supposed that Chase and paca will oppose it.
Central and South American rodent, 1650s, from Spanish, from Tupi (Brazil) paca.