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a native or inhabitant of Chile

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During the past 55 years, work by Chilean parasitologists has demonstrated that native species and introduced salmonid fish are infested with Diphyllobothrium plerocercoids in these lakes (11-14).
That's simply because of the lack of Chilean restaurants.
When O'Ryan writes to inform him of Soto's death (the narrator receives the letter while in the hospital being treated for a liver ailment), he cannot help but be reminded of the story of Lorenzo, a Chilean boy who lost both arms after receiving an electric shock while climbing a high-tension pylon.
There are a number of bilateral and regional programs, such as the Chilean F-16 Peace Puma program and the System of Cooperation Among the American Air Forces (SICOFAA), which illustrate the ongoing development of relationships between countries within the Western Hemisphere.
Fujimori, meanwhile, has applied for bail, saying his arrest is unfair, according to the Chilean judicial authorities.
Malachite green was outlawed in Chilean aquaculture in 1995, but enforcement is lax and importation of an industrial-strength version containing heavy metals is permitted.
Marc Cooper, who was then Allende's twenty-one-year-old translator, takes the reader from Cooper's own escape from Chilean military authorities to the imposition of the first full-blown experiment in Reagan-Thatcher economic policies under dictator Augusto Pinochet and the "Chicago Boys.
When Britain's Scotland Yard detectives arrested General Augusto Pinochet in London a year and a half ago on charges of torture and murder, the elderly Chilean general was indignant.
It distinguishes itself from virtually all other literature of the Conquista by its unusually high-minded and evenhanded treatment of the natives - this despite the author's impeccable credentials as a Spanish aristocrat and veteran of the early Chilean campaign.
ROME--In late February, while the British House of Lords was ruling on whether former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet was immune from extradition to Spain to face prosecution for the alleged crimes of his rule, the Vatican admitted it had communicated "in a confidential way"--and at the request of the Chilean government--its concerns regarding the arrest of Pinochet to the British government as early as last November.
1) In Chile, copper miners have been taken to be the embodiment of the revolutionary traditions of the Chilean working class; images of the strong and burly miner with his helmet and drill have stood as symbols of both the Chilean working class and working-class manhood.
Entering the Chilean Avocado Lovers Club national random drawing gave Pueblo, Colo.
Summary: ABU DHABI u Chileans residing in the UAE have not suffered any loss of relatives as a result of the earthquake and tsunami that hit the country on Saturday, the Chilean envoy to the UAE said on Sunday.
Offer has been amended to increase the offer prices from 1,000 Chilean pesos per Series A Share and 900 Chilean pesos per Series B Share to 1,100 Chilean pesos per Series A Share and 990 Chilean pesos per Series B Share, respectively, and from 4,000 Chilean pesos per ADS to 4,400 Chilean pesos per ADS.