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the chief port and second largest city of Chile

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A licensing request has been submitted for the former Valparaiso Restaurant
In 2014, a fire in Valparaiso killed 15 people and consumed over 2,000 homes.
Known for its brightly-colored homes, iconic hillside elevators, and cherished history as one of the South Pacific's most important seaports (particularly in the pre-Panama Canal era), Valparaiso is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and major tourist destination.
A report from a Valparaiso "Task Force" (Odd, isn't it, how that militaristic term escapes censure even in the politically-correct hothouse of the modern University?
Moore (Professor of Theology, Valparaiso University).
The Midwest Conference on Christianity and Literature will be held at Valparaiso University, September 16-17, 2005.
Valparaiso University, Porter County, $20,940 to build a parking lot and driveway with rubber-modified asphalt; and
Willis graduated summa cum laude from Valparaiso University in 2003 with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting.
Villanova held Valparaiso to 18 second-half points as the Wildcats secured a 68-50 win in Sunday's consolation game of the Women's Sports Foundation Classic at McArthur Court.
In addition to our Foreign Purchaser's course, we were also asked to provide separate seminars to the Navy New Frigate Program Managers in Valparaiso, where the Navy is headquartered.
There were no olive groves, no slippery serpent hiding in an apple tree nor anything else reminiscent of the Garden of Eden in Valparaiso.
Of course, it didn't hurt that Valparaiso University's Crusaders went to the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Division I college basketball tournament in 1998.
I lived in cities on the edge of Valparaiso Bay for the next 10 years.
Schwehn, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN 46386; Secretary: Beverly Coyle, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601; Treasurer: John B.