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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While the Paraguayan army possessed a few MP 28s and EMPs at the outbreak of the war, as with other small arms, they were soon fielding large numbers of captured Bolivian submachine guns.
In this chapter, Bigenho considers the performance of Bolivian music in a transnational context from the points of view of work and value.
It called on the Bolivian Government to "ensure the safety and security of all our employees and assets that legally belong to us."
The Bolivian Foreign Ministry said before the visit that a new agreement to be signed on this trip would provide for a map of the Bolivian highlands to be drawn up.
The Bolivian government sustained anti-trafficking law enforcement efforts over the last year, though it did not demonstrate increased efforts to prosecute and punish trafficking offenders.
Due to surging demand, Bolivians can no longer afford a traditional staple
Petroleo Brasileiro SA (PETR4.BR, PBR), a Brazil-based oil company, has received approval from the Bolivian legislature to acquire a share in a Bolivian natural gas field.
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.
Despite Morales' background and interest group constituency, however, Bolivian anti-drug policy has changed relatively little since Morales assumed the presidency.
According to the Bolivians, Dwyer, 24, was part of a plot to kill their president, far left leader Evo Morales.
According to Bolivian media reports, they are demanding an annual allowance of 3,000 Bolivian pesos (Au255) from central government.