Definitions

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

  • See Gran Chaco.

from The 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.

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Examples

  • In a way, Santana, the textile maker here in Chaco, mirrors Brazil itself.

    Burgeoning Brazil Seeks Profits Beyond Its Borders

  • 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.

    mjh's blog — 2008 — May

  • Inventory Database: "Designed to track the location of archival materials pertaining to the early projects in Chaco Canyon."

    Creating, Managing & Pres. Dig. Assets: Chaco Digital Initiative

  • I had my friends shave my head at 40 (in Chaco Canyon).

    mjh's blog — 2006 — April

  • 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.

    Encuentro

  • - A Blog Around The Clock: Help stop drilling in Chaco Canyon.

    Friday Blogaround

  • I returned from two days in Chaco (that’s another story) to find myself on the cover of the Albuquerque Journal’s Business Outlook.

    mjh's blog — 2007 — May

  • That part of Bolivia is called the Chaco and the volunteer i was going to visit is Jac and her blog is at left.

    Stuck

  • 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.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • So-called Chaco peoples settled this northern country first and those with a Mesa Verde-like culture moved in later.

    The Architecture of Pueblo Bonito :

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