Chone


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Chone

(chō`nā), town (1990 pop. 41,437), W Ecuador. Cacao, ivory nuts, and panama hats are shipped through Chone.
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The Chones inhabited the part toward Iapigia and the Ionian Sea which is called Syrtis.
Se firmo el Convenio Marco de Cooperacion y Capacitacion entre el Gobierno Municipal del Canton Chone y la UCSG, con el objetivo de desarrollar actividades, tales como:
Defensively, the pressure on Cabrera is greater than in recent seasons as the Angels will have a young infield with Chone Figgins, Howie Kendrick and Casey Kotchman or Kendry Morales.
As Chone Figgins saw it this winter, his optimism for the upcoming season far outweighed the hit he took to his pride.
Ervin Santana allowed just two hits over eight innings, Chone Figgins stole his 50thbase and two three-run innings were more than enough as another sold-out crowd left disappointed.
Aside from Cabrera's play on defense, the Angels received highlight plays from Garret Anderson on a shallow fly ball in the first inning, Robb Quinlan on a diving stop in the sixth and a sliding catch from Chone Figgins in right-center field.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Chone Figgins rode a cycle Saturday on a night when the rest of the Angels' effort had flat tire.
Chone Figgins came to the plate hitless in his previous 18 at-bats and 0 for 5 in the game.
1) Chone Figgins connects for a two-run triple off Texas reliever Wes Littleton in the eighth inning of the Angels' victory Tuesday.
Chone Figgins pulled off a shoetop catch-and-roll in center field that stunted a Yankees rally in the sixth inning.
He arrived at the ballpark, went through his daily cardio routine and then received word he would be in center field and leading off as Chone Figgins was given a rest.
Trailing 5-3 in the bottom of the sixth inning, the Angels had a chance to tie the score when Chone Figgins came up with runners on first and second with two out.