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Chocó

 

a department in Colombia. Area, 47,200 sq km. Population, 202,000 (1973). The capital is Quibdó. Livestock is raised on pastureland, and fields are cultivated to aid animal husbandry. Gold, silver, and platinum are mined in Chocó. Industry includes sawmilling. Banana plantations are found near the Gulf of Urabá.

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The soldier, surname Oh, 25, is said to have mentioned Choco Pie to the medical team at Ajou University Hospital when he woke after surgery.
Tender notice number : BOI Z NAGPUR AMIT CHOCO INDUSTRIES P LTD
Former police community support officer Becky, 37, from Cardiff, said: "I was so shocked to receive the letter about Choco.
En tal sentido, el objetivo del presente trabajo fue evaluar la relacion existente entre las condiciones edaficas y la dinamica de RF en bosques pluviales tropicales en el Choco biogeografico, donde algunos sitios presentan lluvias que superan los 10 000 mm anuales (Poveda, Rojas, Rudas, & Rangel, 2004), y que ademas, presentan suelos con topografias y texturas contrastantes (arenosas y arcillosas).
Us Brands Launches Protein Bars in Varied Flavor: Chocolate, Choco Berry, Nuts and Almond chocolate Flavor and many more.
I'll take a couple of packs of Choco & Caramel for the journey.
grupo de personas que conviven en un espacio; aqui en Choco ancestralmente a esa comunidad vienen otras que son diferentes, esa diferencia se da por la relacion de la poblacion con su territorio, por ejemplo las fiestas de San Pacho [.
Three human groups were recognized: A) Indigenous, the original population of a particular geographic region; B) Mestizo, the population of mixed origin, born from a father and mother of different race, generally white-indigenous; and C) Afro-Americans, the population of black race descendant of African slaves brought to America and which is the dominant population in the Choco of Colombia and Ecuador.
Se llamaba Jose Armando, era periodista y le decian El Choco.
The following is a speech given by Luis Gilberto Murillo Urrutia in New York in 2001, the former governor of Choco State, Colombia.
En el presente trabajo se estudia la estructura del habitat y la forma de uso del microhabitat de especies del genero Anolis en zonas de bosque pluvial tropical del departamento del Choco.
The introduction of the brand's choco cube--small chocolate cubes with different flavours and fillings in flow packs--required a solution to pack mixed varieties of the chocolates into cube-shaped cardboard boxes - a small 176g size comprising 22 individual chocolates in three or four varieties, and a larger 240g box made up of 30 chocolates in six varieties.