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It is forty leagues north or east to acha, and four leagues southeast to Tutahaco, a province with eight villages.
Original Narratives of Early American History Vaca and Others

For Nero it is a great encouragement to make the journey to acha.
Quo Vadis Henryk Sienkiewicz

He is preparing again for acha, where he is to sing songs in Greek of his own composition.
Quo Vadis Henryk Sienkiewicz

acha was known and esteemed for these qualities beyond Babylonia.
History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6) Heinrich Graetz

I am still needed not only as eleganti arbiter, but as a man without whose counsel and taste the expedition to acha might fail.
Quo Vadis Henryk Sienkiewicz

He will not remain long in Antium, for he wishes to go to acha; and even should he remain, I shall not need to see him daily.
Quo Vadis Henryk Sienkiewicz

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