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chica

(ˈtʃiːkə)
n
(Dyeing) a red dye used for colouring the skin produced from the plant Bignonia chica, indigenous to Colombia and Guyana
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Chapter one regales us with corrido standards from the Costa Chica region that depict the deeds of heroic men such as Simon Blanco, and which have achieved national and international fame among the Mexican-American community (many residents of the Costa Chica have in fact emigrated to North and South Carolina).