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  • Bolivian may refer to: Something of, or related to Bolivia Bolivian people Demographics of Bolivia Culture of Bolivia
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  • Bolivian Red Cross was founded in 1880. It has its headquarters in La Paz. Bolivian Red Cross Official Red Cross Web Site
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  • Bolivia held a parliamentary election on 1 May 1928, electing a new National Congress. Political handbook of the world 1930. New York, 1930. P.
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  • disease was first encountered in 1962, in the Bolivian village of San Joachim, hence the name "Bolivian" Hemorrhagic Fever. When initial investigations
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  • River. Western Bolivian Guarani is one of a number of "Guarani dialects" considered distinct languages by Ethnologue: Chiripá, Eastern Bolivian Guarani, Mbyá
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  • Bolivian cuisine stems from the combination of Spanish cuisine with indigenous ingredients and Aymara traditions, among others, with later influences from
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  • Municipal elections were held in Bolivia in 1991. Jost, Stefan. Bolivien: politisches System und Reformprozess 1993 - 1997. Opladen: Leske und Budrich
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  • PRS. PIR – Revolutionary Left Party. Bolivian National Congress, 1940–1942 Walter Ríos Gamboa. Bolivia, hacia la democracía: apuntes histórico-políticos
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  • Bolivia held a general election on 1 December 1925, electing both a new President of the Republic. PL – Liberal Party. PRG – Genuine Republican Party
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  • Bolivia held a general election on 4 May 1913, electing a new President of the Republic. (*) Single candidate only. PL – Liberal Party. Carlos
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  • The Bolivian Cycling Federation (in Spanish: Federación Boliviana de Ciclismo) is the national governing body of cycle racing in Bolivia. It is a member
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  • Bolivia held a general election on 11 November 1934, electing both a new President of the Republic and a new National Congress, but the results were later
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  • from each of Bolivia’s nine departments. Federación Boliviana de Fútbol - Association Information FIFA.com Bolivia at FIFA website Bolivian FA site
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  • Eastern Bolivian Guaraní, known locally as Chawuncu or Chiriguano (pejorative), is a Guaraní language spoken in South America. In Bolivia 33,670 speakers
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  • North Bolivian Quechua is a dialect of the Southern Quechua language, spoken in northern Bolivia on the Peruvian border, as well as by immigrants in Peru
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  • of Bolivia (in Spanish) BBC "Crucial Choice for Bolivian Voters" BBC "Q&A: Bolivian Elections" CBC "Left-wing candidate favoured to win Bolivian election"
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  • Bolivia held a parliamentary election on 1 May 1927, electing a new National Congress. Political handbook of the world 1928. New York, 1928. P.
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  • an American of Bolivian descent. Bolivian Americans are identified as Indigenous, European (mostly Spanish or German), Afro Bolivian, or a combination
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  • The Bolivian football league system is a series of interconnected leagues for association football clubs in Bolivia. At the top is the Liga de Fútbol
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  • General elections were held in Bolivia on 3 July 1966. René Barrientos of the Front of the Bolivian Revolution (FRB) was elected President with 67% of
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