Chiloé

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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.
Approved in 2011, the original project for the Chiloe wind farm features 56 turbines with a total capacity of 112 MW.
While explora waits to see if its desert gamble pays off, it is planning two more outback hotels: one on Chiloe Island in Chile's southern lake district and another on Easter Island, a Chilean possession located 2,274 miles from the mainland and known for its mysterious stone figures built by an ancient Polynesian culture.
The Spaniards retreated to Chiloe and were held hostage for nearly 300 years, during which time their only contact with the mainland was a yearly ship from Spain.
Contract awarded for Folk Meeting Chiloe Health Service
Contract awarded for Demolition Of 40 Homes Located In Chiloe Village, Commune Of Puerto Montt, Lakes Region (293-2015).
DirecciEn de Vialidad - X RegiEn - Provincia de Chiloe,
Regimiento de Ingenieros NA 8 Chiloe - RINGNA[bar]8,
Mean egg size for the same clutch size is slightly larger on Chiloe Island than in the Northern Hemisphere (Kendeigh et al.
Off the coast of Chiloe, salmon farming threatens irreversible contamination of the sea due to increased fecal pollution.
Clinging obsessively to his almost mythological roots in Chile's legendary Chiloe district (which to an Anglo-American reader seems veritably druidical in its life processes, customs, and beliefs), the narrator's exile is not so much his separation from modern Chile and its turbulent social history as it is the condition of his being lost in a society with no significant meanings, as much unable to return to the autochthonous dimensions of his youth as he is to free himself from their sway, against which life decision he makes is one pitiful blunder after another.
One month later (21 August) the Dutch departed the Isla de Chiloe for Valdivia to continue their quest to liberate America.