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Apurimac, or Tambo, a river of South America, which, rising near Caylloma in Peru and receiving several large affluents, after a course of 600 miles, joins the Ucayli, one of the head-streams of the Amazon, near the ninth parallel of south latitude. It is also known as the Catongo, and Ene.