The Nitrate Railway ascends through high, broken country to the east to the Pampa.
One man—a- 99 - brother of Camillo—had been killed and left on the Pampa.
The consuming capacity of the Pampa increased simultaneously with its wealth and population.
Fourthly, the Pampa, which comprises the central and best known region.
But wonderful as is the apparently boundless promise of this country of favoured plains, Argentina is not only Pampa.
The attraction of the Pampa was felt as far as the frontiers.
On the north side of the Pampa was another rectangular building.
But the towns of the Pampa which have grown most rapidly are the ports.
They ended by taking five, including the Pampa, previously mentioned, and they left us two in very poor condition.
Count the grains of the sand on the Pampa, and you will have their number.
"large plains of South America," 1704, from Spanish pampas, plural of pampa, from Quechua (Peru) pampa "a plain."