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(ˌtʃi nənˈdeɪ gə)

a city in W Nicaragua. 101,211.
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7 million on improving service and water quality in Chinandega.
In late November, a mine collapse in the northwestern department of Chinandega took the lives of four artisanal miners, known locally as guiriseros.
At the same time, the departments of LeEn and Chinandega suffer from a high rate of deaths of people aged 30 to 49 because of cardiovascular problems, far above the national average.
KUWAIT, Oct 19 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) on Sunday signed a USD-30-million loan agreement with Nicaragua; the first of its kind, to rehabilitate a specialized hospital in the city of Chinandega, some 134 kilometers northwest of the capital Managua.
The other most affected regions included the western provinces of Leon and Chinandega, central province of Chontales and the southern province of Masaya.
To lead as equals: rural protest and political consciousness in Chinandega, Nicaragua, 1912-1979.
Retired to stand for EUR1,950 at Haras de Victot, Chichicastenango made an immediate impact by siring Group 3 winners Chichi Creasy and Chinandega in his first 36-strong crop.
Other major cities--Bluefields, Chinandega, Granada, Jinotega, Leon, Masaya, Matagalpa, and Rivas.
He writes: "On the 5th of May, 1854, a number of native Nicaraguans who had been exiled by the existing government of their Republic, landed at Realejo, and then proceeded to Chinandega with a view of organizing a revolution against the acting authorities of the country" (13).
El Limon Mine (Border of Chinandega and Leon Departments, Nicaragua)
Muslims from Granada, Masaya, Leon, and Chinandega also travel to the Managua prayer center on Fridays for prayers.
Maradiaga was born and raised in Padre Ramos, a fishing village in northwestern Nicaragua, two hours by bus from the nearest city of Chinandega.