Synonyms for chilenos or Related words with chilenos

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Examples of "chilenos"
2000 Los jóvenes chilenos, cambios culturales; perspectivas para el siglo XXI, (Autor),Santiago: MIDEPLAN. 197 p. ISBN 9567463719
"Los chilenos y la democracia. La opinión pública 1991-1994" (with Marta Lagos and Roberto Méndez)(4 vols), 1993, 1995
Grandes Chilenos de Nuestra Historia (; sometimes simply called Grandes Chilenos) was a Chilean TV program produced and broadcast by state channel Televisión Nacional de Chile during 2008. It was based on the style of BBC's "100 Greatest Britons". Former President Salvador Allende was elected the "Greatest Chilean".
Figuero was a Member of Social de Profesores, Federaciaon Chilena de Instituiciones Femeninans, Sindicato de Profesores Chilenos, Ateneo (Temuco), and Honorary member of the Society of Cultural Interamericanea (Buenos Aires).
"Que los chilenos se dejen de cojudeces o mañana desayuno en Santiago" ("Chileans should stop with the bullshit or tomorrow I shall eat breakfast in [that is, invade] Santiago"
Rastrillada de los chilenos or Camino de los chilenos (Spanish for road of the Chileans) were a group of routes in Patagonia used by Mapuches and related araucanized tribes to head cattle stolen during malones from Argentina to Chile across the Andes. Camino de los chilenos ran a length of about 1000 km from the Buenos Aires Province to the mountain passes of Neuquén Province. The cattle were traded in Chile for weapons and alcoholic beverages. This trade has been pointed out as the single most important cause of the war that affected the southern provinces of Argentina during large parts of the 19th century. Therefore, the demand for cattle by Chilean merchants was fueling the conflict in Argentina. To counter the cattle raids a trench called Zanja de Alsina was built by Argentina in the pampas in the 1870s. The use of this trade route effectivelly ended with the Conquest of the Desert (1876-1878) carried out by the Argentine Army.
Chapu was an actor in "Pasiones" in 2008. In 2009 he worked in "Calle 7" being the winner of the first season, and winner of the second season, he won 5 millions of pesos chilenos for each season. He was a competitor in Season 3 and 4. Puelles is one of the most popular competitors of the show.
Sexual Democracia are a Chilean folk-rock band, active in the late 1980s until the early 2000s. Sexual Democracia is among the commercially most successful bands from Valdivia. Its second album "Buscando Chilenos 2" reached platinum status due to strong sales.
The Chile national rugby league team ("Spanish: rugby league equipo nacional de Chile"), nicknamed Caciques Chilenos (English: Chilean Chiefs), represents Chile in rugby league. They had their first international 9's tournament in 2015 in Australia along with El Salvador in Latin America at the Cabramatta International Nines.
At the northeastern margin of the caldera a dacitic lava dome with a surface area of . On the western margin the formation of a granodiorite intrusion body with a surface area of was accompanied by hydrothermal alteration. northeast of the caldera lies the dacitic Sierra Los Chilenos structure. The later lava domes are of trachydacitic-rhyolitic composition. Southeast of Jorquera lies the Carrizalillo caldera.
Back in the capital, he worked as editor for the newspaper "La Ley y la Justicia". He also participated in "El Censor" (1830) and the magazine "Paz Perpetua a los Chilenos" (1836). As the result of ideas he expressed in "Paz perpetua", he gained the enmity of Conservative Interior Minister Diego Portales. Vicuña Aguirre was considered a liberal and a revolutionary.
The Indians drove the stolen cattle from the incursions ("malones") to Chile through the Rastrillada de los chilenos and traded them for goods. The historian George V. Rauch notes evidence that Chilean authorities knew about the origin of the cattle and consented to the trading in order to strengthen their influence over Patagonian territories. They expected eventually to occupy those lands in the future.
Conejos, Conejitos, o Conejitos chilenos (all in plural form) are traditional Chilean pastry similar to berliner, in that they are filled with "crème pâtissière" (custard), but not fried. The dough is made with flour, eggs, sugar, milk, leavening, and butter. The filling (called ""crema pastelera"" in Spanish) is made with corn starch, egg yolks, milk, sugar, and vanilla.
From 1994 to 2000, he served two terms as the president of Organization of Chilean Seminaries (Organización de Seminarios Chilenos, or OSCHI, for short), and he also served as a board member of the Latin American Organization for Seminaries (Organización Latinoamericana de Seminarios, or OSLAM).
There are dangerous bends with their own names up in the high mountain stretches of road. East of Uspallata you can find "Curva de Guido" and "Curva de los Chilenos", while to the west there are some called "Curva de la Mirian", the "Curva del Tiempo", the "Curva del Yeso" and the "Curva de la Soberanía Nacional".
In his book "Recado Confidencial a los Chilenos", he talks about a childhood around the bonfire, in which he learnt the art of conversation (""nvtram"") and the advice of the elderly (""gulam""). Similarly, nature with its diversity taught him the cosmic vitality hid from those unwary. This need to express his cultural richness, diverse in itself, made him become an "Oralitor", that is, carrier of the oral expression of the Mapuche elderly, this destiny being told by means of "Blue Dreams" ("Kallfv Pewma"): "This will be a singer, you said / giving me the Blue Horse of the Word." In "Recado Confidencial a los Chilenos", the poet presents a deeply felt defense of Mother Nature, whom the Mapuche consider threatened by the dominant culture: post-modern capitalism. Considering the current environmental crisis, his message should be listened not only by Chileans but by everybody. The English translation of "Recado Confidencial a los Chilenos" (Message to Chileans; translated by Celso Cambiazo) is now in print published by Trafford Publishing in 2009.
Founded on September 6, 2006, the Center for Chilean-American Studies (CCAS) is an organization which seeks to promote public awareness about the presence of immigrants from Chile in North America. As the center's founding constitution states, " Chilean-Americans bring a diverse heritage to North America." The motto of the organization is simply "Un mundo sin Chilenos es un mundo sin corazon." In English, this translates roughly into "A world without Chileans is a world without a heart."
"Chilenos Roto" later applied to "broken and impoverished" lower classes (generally peasants). The term was first applied to Chileans during the War of the Confederation; specifically, Chilean soldiers received the name from Peruvian soldiers. The term later became used by Chileans themselves in praise of the conscript soldiers of the Pacific War era, to indicate determination despite adversity. In Chile, "roto" also became a term of nationalist rhetoric, sexism, and racial superiority at that time.
The Mapuche who migrated to Patagonia lived often as nomads. As European settlers established frontier settlements, the Mapuche raided them for cattle or looted their produce. They drove off the cattle stolen in the incursions ("malones") and took them to Chile through the mountain passes to trade for goods, especially alcoholic beverages. The main trail for this trade was called Camino de los chilenos and ran a length of about from Buenos Aires Province to the mountain passes of Neuquén Province.
Buddy Richard en el Astor () is a live album by Chilean singer Buddy Richard. The album was recorded in late 1969 at the Teatro Astor (Astor Theatre) in Santiago with collaborations by the Orchestra of Horacio Saavedra. "Buddy Richard en el Astor" was the first live album ever recorded and released by a Chilean artist. The album was ranked 12th in the Rolling Stone's "Los 50 Mejores Albumes Chilenos" (Best 50 Chilean albums) list.