Chijo


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The Japanese term for a distinctly uncommon female frotteur
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The new arrivals have been named Pica, Arica, Vicuna, Chijo, Zorras and Imilac, after places in Chile.
They are named after places in Chile - Pica, Arica, Vicuna, Chijo, Zorras and Imilac PIC: DAVID POWELL
The work is based on two periods of ethnographic work in the towns of Colchane, Pisiga, Bolivar, Cariquima, Enquelga, Chijo, Pozo Almonte and Alto Hospicio (Iquique), between January and March 2013.
The Esteban family is linked to the town of Chijo, near Cariquima, still in Colchane commune.
Nakajima, who has gained support from many generations with her hit song ''Chijo no Hoshi (Star on the Ground,)'' was honored for her high-quality stage performance of dramatic songs.
Es esa epoca en que una serie de proyectos que lleva a cabo se orientaran al desarrollo y mejoramiento de los niveles de vida de las comunidades aymaras del altiplano de Isluga y Cariquima y Valle de Camina, entre las que se cuentan Chijo, Colchane, Chapi Qoyu, Qota Saya, Mawke y otras, donde promueve programas de educacion con curriculo culturalmente pertinente, optimizacion de tecnologias tradicionales, organizacion y economia campesina.