Bolivian


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Bolivian

Drug slang
noun A regionally popular term for cocaine.

Vox populi
adjective Referring to a person or thing from Bolivia.

noun A person from Bolivia.
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The Bolivian grower produces an average of two hectares of coffee on a farm of four hectares.
The Bolivian quake took place in a special region where a piece of former ocean floor -- called the Nazca plate -- has sunk into the mantle in a process called subduction.
In relevant remarks in late April, Tabatabayee Shafiyee and Bolivian Minister of Mining and Metallurgy Cesar Navarro in a meeting in Santa Cruz on Saturday underlined the need for expanding bilateral ties.
The Bolivian government and UNODC further estimated that total coca leaf cultivation declined by more than one third since 2010.
In a relevant development in mid-May, Iranian ambassador to Bolivia Reza Tabatabayee Shafiyee and Bolivian Culture Minister Wilma Alanoca in a meeting in Sucre underlined the need for the development of bilateral ties in different areas.
Bolivian President Evo Morales is also the president of the coca growers' federation in that region.
Through this partnership Tata Motors has launched three commercial vehicles in the Bolivian market Tata SuperAce Petrol, Tata Xenon Petrol and Tata LPT 613 truck, all of which will currently be available in Santa Cruz and will soon be available in La Paz and Cochabamba.
Tata Motors Limited (NYSE: TTM), an India-based automaker, has entered the Bolivian commercial vehicle market with the launch of three vehicles in the country.
Such a record helped cast Morales as a "good autocrat," in the words of journalist Andres Oppenheimer, and that myth, along with generous social spending, played well on the Bolivian stump.
Shortly thereafter, the counternarcotics unit within the Bolivian Police, in coordination with the U.
La Paz, June 17 -- Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who traveled to Bolivia to participate in the G77+China Summit in Santa Cruz, arrived in the Bolivian city of La Paz on Monday (June 16) morning (Bolivia time).
While Bolivian troops were generally well-clad in European style uniforms with brimmed caps and sturdy footwear, their Paraguayan opponents presented a ragged appearance.