a.1.Of or pertaining to Chili.
n.1.The commander or chief of a thousand men.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It appeared he had "served his time" in the copper-ore trade, the famous copper-ore trade of old days between Swansea and the Chilian coast, coal out and ore in, deep-loaded both ways, as if in wanton defiance of the great Cape Horn seas - a work, this, for staunch ships, and a great school of staunchness for West- Country seamen.
The latter were strange beings; the first a fine young negro; the second half Indian and negro; and the two others non- descripts; namely, an old Chilian miner, the colour of mahogany, and another partly a mulatto; but two such mongrels with such detestable expressions, I never saw before.
Joseph, Kentucky, a space where struggling women from Chilian, Chile, gather for socials and crafting lessons, making products they can sell at local fairs for spending money.
(4.) Griendling KK, Touyz RM, Zweier JL, Dikalov S, Chilian W, Chen YR, et al.
The low pressure system produced stronger winds offshore in southern central Chile (33[degrees]-36[degrees]S) and generated katabatic winds, coinciding with record high temperature in Santiago, Curico, Chilian, and Los Angeles, Chile.
Department of Business Management, Universidad del Bio-Bio, Chilian, Chile
(20.) Marcus ML, Chilian WM, Kanatsuka H, Dellsperger KC, Eastham CL, Lamping KG.
(1) Food Biotechnology Center, Department of Food Engineering, Universidad del Bio-Bio, Casilla 447, Chilian, Chile
"Often, there is an intersection of military and Chilian needs.