American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Gran Chaco.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The native name of an unctuous earth found at La Paz, Bolivia, which is made into pats and eaten with chocolate.
“In a way, Santana, the textile maker here in Chaco, mirrors Brazil itself.”
“Even with almost no hiking, no wildflowers (no rain this year) and long hours in the camper or driving around, Chaco is still my Mecca.”
“Inventory Database: "Designed to track the location of archival materials pertaining to the early projects in Chaco Canyon.”
“I had my friends shave my head at 40 (in Chaco Canyon).”
“Chaco is basically an ecosystem where it is dry and most area recieves about 15-25 inches of rain a year during a period of a few months and during the summer the weather is extremely hot.”
“- A Blog Around The Clock: Help stop drilling in Chaco Canyon.”
“I returned from two days in Chaco (that’s another story) to find myself on the cover of the Albuquerque Journal’s Business Outlook.”
“That part of Bolivia is called the Chaco and the volunteer i was going to visit is Jac and her blog is at left.”
“The Chaco is a remote and beautiful part of Bolivia, located in the southern part of the country where it shares a border with Argentina and Paraguay.”
“So-called Chaco peoples settled this northern country first and those with a Mesa Verde-like culture moved in later.”
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