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  • noun dated Chilean, someone from Chile


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  • Although the national mottoes vary with the different flags, yet the Chilian is the most universally followed in South America, as elsewhere: "_Por la razon ó la fuerza_" (By right or by might).

    Through Five Republics on Horseback, Being an Account of Many Wanderings in South America

  • As the Chilian is a skilled observer, and has confidence in the observations he has made, the land in sight should be the island of

    The Flag of Distress A Story of the South Sea

  • I bought the house on Chilian where you lived with Melinda, I said conversationally.

    Fat Chance

  • I think thats because shes the skeleton I found at the Chilian Avenue house.

    Fat Chance

  • Hunting in yet another folder, I retrieved a photocopy of the scrap of paper Liam and I had found in the Chilian Avenue house.

    Fat Chance

  • Melinda Redmonds name was on the top of the page, as was the address on Chilian Avenue.

    Fat Chance

  • The picture was taken when he entered the foster-care system, but according to the caseworkers notes, he was fifteen when he went to live at the house on Chilian Avenue.

    Fat Chance

  • After dropping my purse in a desk drawer, I filled my mug with the dregs from the carafe and navigated my way to a satellite photograph of Chilian Avenue.

    Fat Chance

  • Still, it was hard to contain my growing exhilaration as I crossed the bridge and made the left toward Chilian.

    Fat Chance

  • Just in case we got separated, I gave him directions to my cottage on Chilian Avenue.

    Fat Chance


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