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  • The city is regularly laid out, but built on very steep ground, and according to the last census (1900) has a population of 54,713, chiefly mestizos (called cholos) and Aymará

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Only a very small proportion of the population of the diocese is of European origin, the remainder being a hybrid race of mixed Spanish, Indian, and Negro blood, known as cholos, zambos, or mestizos, with many pure-blooded Indians.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • The debate has also played out in musical circles: there's a hip-hop subculture based around the idea of cholos doing their thing.

    The Guardian World News

  • There stood two of the smiling Mexican houseboys -- "cholos," Cowboy Jack called them -- and they bade the Bunker children a very pleasant good morning.

    Six Little Bunkers at Cowboy Jack's

  • I don't know about the colleges, but I can tell you that there is a significant percentage of "cholos" legal immigrants and citizens in the military and they do just as well here as any other ethnic group. Top headlines

  • Fujimori assumed the presidency in 1990 when he defeated the favored candidate of the Peruvian oligarchy, well-known novelist Mario Vargas Llosa, based on a right-wing populist campaign that exploited the bitter resentment of the Peruvian "cholos" and Inca people towards the mainly white ruling class.


  • If a guy is abusive and you obey him will he stop? what kind of stuff the "cholos" like to buy?

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  • Some "cholos" who don't know any better might take it as an excuse to go after this guy with their own knives. "

    I Love My Country and I Think It's Time We Start Seeing Other People

  • "cholos" you should pass this on to them if you care anything for them.

    Palms Out Sounds

  • Lucho (US teacher, defensor de los cholos) Where have you've been when the "cholos" (m ...

    Living in Peru : News


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