Araucania

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Araucania

(ˌærɔːˈkeɪnɪə; Spanish arauˈkanja)
n
(Placename) a region of central Chile, inhabited by Araucanian Indians

Ar•au•ca•ni•a

(ˌær ɔˈkeɪ ni ə)

n.
a region in central Chile.
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Francis dove head-first into Chiles sex abuse scandal on his first full day in Santiago that came amid unprecedented opposition to his visit: Three more churches were torched overnight, including one burned to the ground in the southern Araucania region where Francis celebrates Mass on Wednesday.
17 visit with inhabitants of Chile's Araucania Region, where the indigenous Mapuche people have lived since well before the Spanish arrived in the 16th century.
Vespula vulgaris was first detected in Chile during the summer of 2011, in the mountains of the Araucania region (Barrera-Medina & Vidal 2013).
SEROPREVALENCE OF Neospora caninum in CATTLE IN A LIVESTOCK FAIR IN THE ARAUCANIA REGION, CHILE
CHANGING LANDSCAPES: SENSE OF PLACE AND INTERCULTURAL PRAXIS IN CITIES OF LA ARAUCANIA REGION, CHILE
caninum in farms in the Biobio Region (9), and previously a within farms prevalence of 16 and 30% (in the two sampled farms) was reported in La Araucania region (8).
Contract awarded for Acquisition And Installation Of Air Conditioning Equipment For The Center Of Education And Work Of Gendarmeria Angol - Araucania Region
Comments: This species was known only from Valparaiso and Metropolitan Regions in central Chile; here we add new records, extending its distribution to the Araucania Region in southern Chile.
Francisco Huenchumilla, governor of the Araucania region, said the eruption has so far caused no deaths.
In the basins located in the coastal zone of the Araucania Region, macroinvertebrate assemblages were mainly affected by basin-related variables (land use, altitude) and water (temperature, suspended solids and nitrates).
The couple's death triggered a national debate about the conflict in the Araucania region and the use of tough dictatorship-era measures to curb the violence.