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  • n. A person from Bolivia or of Bolivian descent.
  • adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Bolivia, or the Bolivian people.


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Bolivia +‎ -an


  • Many bloggers were quite young during this dark time in Bolivian history.

    Global Voices in English » Bolivia: The Return of the “Minister of Cocaine”

  • The third was known as Bolivian, but it referred to coca found along the eastern slope of the Andes in both that country and Peru.

    One River

  • Steve DeAngelo, Harborside's founder and executive director, knows the importance of establishing a signature look, and his standard attire could be described as Bolivian Indian (long braids and a hat) meets English gentleman (regimental tie and windowpane-checked vest).

    Slate Articles

  • Cuban dissidents: US funds to promote democracy should be spent on the island or not at all Lawmakers meet Castros, add to calls for easing of trade and travel embargoes Venezuela gives rare credit to US Coast Guard for cooperation in drug seizure Wall built to separate poor from wealthy sparks outcry in Argentina Daughter of convicted former Peruvian leader launches campaign to clear his name Bolivian president announces hunger strike to break deadlock on election law Paraguay's bishop-turned-president Lugo hit with paternity suit; alleged mom quickly backs off Mexico: Alleged serial rapist was chemical engineer who lived in Texas with his wife New US law aims to combat Colombian crews 'scuttling of submarine-like cocaine boats Some South Florida Brazilians feel' stain 'from Castroneves' tax trial Study finds the number of obese Brazilians on the rise, health officials blame booze Rescuers try to recover sunken gold, silver off Argentine coast _ but is it really there?

    South Florida - South Florida Recipes

  • His wonderful post is about two herbs I've never heard of: the Peruvian herb huacatay (which some say is a form of Epazote) and the Bolivian herb quirquina (also called Bolivian Coriander).

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • On this particular day, there was a primate called a Bolivian grey titi monkey; he was being observed because of his tail, which Hill suspects was getting bitten raw by a fellow titi.

    Ventura County Star Stories

  • The U.S. State Department called the Bolivian move "unwarranted and unjustified."

    Charlotte Observer: * Home Page

  • (callicebus donacophilus), also known as Bolivian titis or white-eared titis, are a type of New World monkey from South America that has been listed as endangered by the World Conservation Union (IUCN, www.

    Edhat Santa Barbara

  • The school was very friendly, informal and put on weekly activities such as Bolivian cooking classes; one of which I attended - we made Pollo Coco which is a typical dish of the area. TravelStream? ? Recent Entries at

  • "Bolivian" desert, I can't think of a Bond film that displays a more unique and sensual aesthetic -- not even YOLT.


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