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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In 2012, Bolivian customs officers contacted the U.
This meant that while it took Bolivian troops and supplies more than two weeks to complete the journey, the Paraguayans made it in four days, making tactical movements and resupply much easier.
In this chapter, Bigenho considers the performance of Bolivian music in a transnational context from the points of view of work and value.
Drug Enforcement Administration, which provided assistance to Bolivian counterparts.
It called on the Bolivian Government to "ensure the safety and security of all our employees and assets that legally belong to us.
Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi has been charged by Argentina with a major role in planning the 1994 bombing of the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, a terrorist action that killed 85 people--including six Bolivian nationals.
Among them, a consular agreement was signed by Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki and Bolivian Economy Minister Luis Arce Catacora, and an initial agreement for the establishment of a joint Iranian-Bolivian bank as well as a line of credit deal was inked by Iranian Economy Minister Seyyed Shamseddin Hosseini and Catacora.
In Dilemmas of Modernity: Bolivian Encounters with Law and Liberalism, anthropologist Mark Goodale's objective is to provide a critical assessment of the literature on Bolivian legal studies.
He said: "If we put together a petition which wins the support of the European Parliament, it will add to pressure on the Bolivian authorities to co-operate and carry out a proper investigation.
A Bolivian television network showed at least half a dozen protesters, wheelchairs included, suspended from the Urubo bridge, near the city of Santa Cruz.
Evidence in support of the case was that the lawyer had never met a Bolivian, and that the concept of Bolivia had most likely been invented by Hugo Ch[sz]vez to give the impression that Venezuela was not acting unilaterally in the world.
Evo Morales, the Bolivian president, has shown Al Jazeera pictures of armed men he alleges were part of a plot to kill him.