American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central Chile between Santiago and Concepción. Chile's independence was proclaimed here in 1818. Population: 197,000.
“However in Chile we raised around $50,000 and focused resources on building a small youth center in Talca.”
“Unfortunately, we found whole families buried in the rubble," said Alejandro Boettiger, a firefighter from the southern city of Talca.”
“Reuters Children sat on a mattress at a make-shift camp in Talca Monday.”
“Mariana Bazo/Reuters Furniture was covered in debris in a house in Talca damaged by the earthquake.”
“Cf., for example, Bishop Manuel Larrain Errazuriz of Talca, Chile, President of CELAM, Lettre pastorale sur le developpement et la paix .”
“Marching from Mendoza, San Martin made a feint of crossing the Andes by way of Planchon, thereby inducing a Spanish column under Captain-General Marco del Ponte to concentrate at Talca.”
“As soon as these reinforcements came, Ordoñez set out from Talcahuano with the vanguard to march on Santiago de Chile, and met the patriot forces near Talca.”
“La Serena, 5 at Concepción, 22 at Talca, 8 at San Fernando, 4 at”
“_Concepcion_ and _Talca_ are important centres of trade.”
“The lodgings for the night were found in small towns along the road, Tome, Chilian, Linarez, Talca, Curicu, and once, when there was no inn within reach, at a hospitable hacienda.”
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