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Last seen on: Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Sep 9 2020

Random information on the term “LARA”:

Lara State (Spanish: Estado Lara, IPA: [esˈtaðo ˈlaɾa]) is one of the 23 states (estados) into which Venezuela is divided. The state capital is Barquisimeto.

Lara State covers a total surface area of 19,800 km2 (7,600 sq mi) and, in 2015, had a census population of 2,019,211.

The state is named after a notable hero of Venezuela’s independence, General Jacinto Lara. Lara is a voice of Basque origin that means “helechal” or “place where ferns abound”. The fern is a cryptogamic plant with rough, deeply divided and usually altered leaves, which is distributed all over the world.

In different parts of the west of the country, it is also known as the “saman” (Pithecolobium saman), a large tree with bipinnate leaves that is abundant in the hotlands, also known as Carabalí, Ureo and Cenicero.

During the colony and a large part of the independence period, the current territory of Lara belonged to the province of Caracas. In 1824 it was absorbed by the Province of Carabobo, created that year. In 1832, after the disintegration of the Great Colombia, the region was disintegrated; it was then constituted in the Province of Barquisimeto, which included the cantons of Quíbor, El Tocuyo, Carora and Barquisimeto; besides others that conform today the state of Yaracuy. In 1856, through the new law of territorial division, San Felipe and Yaritagua joined Nirgua to form the Province of Yaracuy. It is in these towns, mainly in El Tocuyo and Barquisimeto, where the first lights of Venezuelan Independence were documented, and from which the construction of Venezuela was undertaken with the towns, cities and roads that unite the great part of this territory. It is also worth noting that the cattle that were taken to the Llanos were the Tocuyo cattle.

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