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Ba·hí·a Blan·ca

 (bə-hē′ə blăng′kə, bä-ē′ä vläng′kä)
A city of eastern Argentina on the Bahía Blanca, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean southwest of Buenos Aires. It is a major shipping and commercial center.
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Bahía Blanca

(Spanish baˈia ˈblanka)
n
(Placename) a port in E Argentina. Pop: 276 000 (2005 est)
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Noun1.Bahía Blanca - a port city in eastern Argentina to the southwest of Buenos Aires on an inlet of the Atlantic OceanBahia Blanca - a port city in eastern Argentina to the southwest of Buenos Aires on an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean
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He found them in a city in Buenos Aires called Bahia Blanca.
El de Bahia Blanca fue el primero de ellos, vinculado al Ferrocarril Sud , pero a principios del siglo XX, y luego de varios intentos realizados por capitales privados, el Estado afronto la construccion de dos puertos intermedios entre Buenos Aires y Bahia Blanca: los de Mar del Plata y Quequen, cuyas obras se realizaron simultaneamente entre 1911 y 1921.
A third case currently under investigation involves Vicente Massot, owner and director of La Nueva Provincia, a newspaper in the coastal city of Bahia Blanca, home to the Marina de Guerra's most important base.
Colaboro en La Nacion y La Prensa (Buenos Aires), La Nueva Provincia (Bahia Blanca), El Litoral y otros diarios.