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The way San Pedro Prison functions is a necessity as a result, Bolivian journalist Aldo Medinaceli explained to me.Cocaine, Politicians and Wives: Inside the World’s Most Bizarre Prison|Jason Batansky|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A group of Bolivian miners must have received the shock of their lives when they uncovered a slab with 5,055 gigantic footprints.
"It was the miracle of the multiplication of gasoline," Saboia later told a Bolivian reporter.
After he tried to incite revolution there, he was executed by CIA-assisted Bolivian authorities.
Michael Moynihan on the Bolivian farce, the WikiLeaks sideshow, and other yanqui ‘victims.’Edward Snowden’s Parasites: Evo Morales, Julian Assange & More|Michael Moynihan|July 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One set of tracks leads to the west, toward the Pacific coast, the other set to the north, toward the Bolivian tableland.
The Salta line was continued in 1908 to the Bolivian tableland.
It is near the Bolivian frontier and is strongly garrisoned.
So the Spanish general withdrew from the northern Argentine and took up the old position near the Bolivian border.The South American Republics, Part II (of 2)|Thomas C. Dawson
The breeding of cattle and mules for the Bolivian and Chilean markets is an old industry.
British Dictionary definitions for bolivian (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for bolivian (2 of 2)
Culture definitions for bolivian
Republic in western South America, bordered by Chile and Peru to the west, Brazil to the north and east, Paraguay to the southeast, and Argentina to the south. Sucre is its constitutional capital and its largest city; La Paz is its administrative capital.