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Chi·lo·é

 (chĭl′ō-ā′, chē′lō-ĕ′)
An island in the Pacific Ocean off central Chile. It is the largest of the Chilean islands and the only one to be successfully settled.
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Noun1.Chiloe - the largest Chilean island and the only one to be settled; located off south-central Chile
Chile, Republic of Chile - a republic in southern South America on the western slopes of the Andes on the south Pacific coast
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It is truly omnivorous, and will eat even bread; and I was assured that it materially injures the potato crops in Chiloe, by stocking up the roots when first planted.
International recognition has on Chiloe saved the fragile building from collapse, although other no-less-impressive historic homes on neighbouring Quehui island haven't fared so well.
on Chiloe My trip to Chelin and Quehui is one of several excursions which really get under the skin of the destination, offered by the hotel as part of a full-board package.
My trip to Chelin and Quehui is one of on Chiloe several excursions which really get under the skin of the destination, offered by the hotel as part of a full-board package.
El jamon de Chiloe fue un producto tipico surgido en el siglo XVIII en America meridional, como resultado del esfuerzo de las comunidades por elaborar alimentos de alta calidad, aprovechando los grandes espacios geoeconomicos del imperio espanol.
A la calidad de su madera y al modo en que fueron construidas por experimentados carpinteros de ribera, que emplearon amarres, empalmes y uniones especiales de gran calidad, se atribuyo que las iglesias de Chiloe no hayan sufrido practicamente dano alguno durante el terremoto grado 7,6 Richter registrado el pasado 25 de diciembre en la zona.
A "red tide" of unprecedented proportions has taken a heavy toll on parts of southern Chile, poisoning coastal waters and prompting a surge of popular frustration that resulted, last month, in a nearly three-week blockade of Chiloe, a large island off the Region de Los Lagos, approximately 1,000 kilometers south of Santiago.
Local Traditions in a Neoliberal Context: La Fiesta del Mar on the Island of Quehui, Chiloe
precisamente con los salmones: miles de esos peces murieron y las corrientes marinas los depositaron en la linea costera de la isla Chiloe.
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SPANIARDS OF CHILOE AND CHONOS IN THE XVII AND XVIII CENTURIES: PEDRO AND FRANCISCO DELCO, IGNACIO AND CRISTOBAL TALCAPILLAN AND MARTIN OLLETA
The farm woman selling the orange and pink hand-knit dolls at the farm market in Castro, on Chiloe Island, is telling me where she gets the wool, I'm trying to answer, and we've hit a dead end.
En las cartas que le escribe a su esposa despues de salir de Chiloe, Rogovin va tratando de justificar la necesidad de su salida intempestiva en diversas formas y casi se convence a si mismo de que era indispensable que se fuera.