American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A landlocked country of western South America. Once a part of the Incan Empire, the area was conquered by Spain in the 16th century. The country was named after Simón Bolívar, who helped win its independence from Spain in 1825. Sucre is the legal capital and the seat of the judiciary. La Paz is the administrative center. Santa Cruz is the largest city. Population: 9,120,000.
- n. A country in South America. Capital cities: Sucre (constitutional capital), La Paz (seat of government). Largest city: Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Official name: Plurinational State of Bolivia.
- n. a landlocked republic in central South America; Simon Bolivar founded Bolivia in 1825 after winning independence from Spain
- n. a form of canasta in which sequences can be melded
- From Simón Bolívar (Wiktionary)
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“BOLIVIA: When Evo Morales was elected president in Bolivia in December”
“Falling victim to scams in Bolivia is not uncommon.”
“The article on fishing in Bolivia is excellent and I also enjoyed the gear testing piece.”
“Willy Andres writes [es] that the supposed terrorism in Bolivia is very complicated and makes one think.”
“Unfortunately, the steel & stone in Bolivia is not quite as durable as the steel & stone you and I have grown to love as we discover when Bond causes a baddie car to crash through a wall igniting a hydrogen tank.”
“Santa Cruz in Bolivia is probably on par with Buenos Aires.”
“A city of 85,000 people in Bolivia is extermely different then in the states.”
“They are constently filling my glass up and overfeeding me which in Bolivia is a sign of love.”
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