Andes

Andes, an unbroken range of high mountains, 150 of them actively volcanic, which extend, often in double and triple chains, along the west of South America from Cape Horn to Panama, a distance of 4500 m., divided into the Southern or Chilian as far as 23½° S., the Central as far as 10° S., and the Northern to their termination.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Anderson, Sir Edmund * Andocides
Andamans
Andelys, Les
Andermatt
Andersen, Hans Christian
Anderson, James
Anderson, James
Anderson, John
Anderson, Lawrence
Anderson, Mary
Anderson, Sir Edmund
Andes
Andocides
Andor`ra
Andover
Andral, Gabriel
An`drassy, Count
Andre, John
André II.
Andrea del Sarto
Andrea Pisano
Andreossy, Count

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