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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of west-central Chile near the Pacific coast south-southwest of Santiago. Founded in 1550, it has frequently suffered severe earthquake damage. Population: 215,000.

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  • I hope the good parishioners of Our Lady Jeffrey Coles and Shashi Bacheta, who await sentencing for their two-year yachting and scuba-diving romp around the world on £50,000-worth of disability and income benefits, is only matched by the stupidity.

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  • Jeffrey Coles and Shashi Bacheta, who await sentencing for their two-year yachting and scuba-diving romp around the world on £50,000-worth of disability and income benefits, is only matched by the stupidity.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • There is apprehension, too, after four horses were killed at Wetherby last week, during the track's first meeting after £50,000-worth of remedial work on the racing surface.

    The Guardian World News

  • The Grand Prize Winner and three finalists will receive a combined total $50,000-worth of digital art tools and technology from contest sponsors Alienware, Autodesk, Wacom and The Gnomon Workshop.

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  • More than £50,000-worth of tickets had already been sold for the Christmas run.

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  • Along with the doctors, a $50,000-worth of medical equipment was also turned away.

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