[ US /bəˈɫɪviə, boʊˈɫɪviə/ ]
  1. a landlocked republic in central South America; Simon Bolivar founded Bolivia in 1825 after winning independence from Spain
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How To Use Bolivia In A Sentence

  • Bolivian music also uses the charango, which is a cross between the mandolin, guitar, and banjo.
  • That's even more striking when considering that Bolivia's known gas reserves have grown ninefold since privatization.
  • Traditionally, Bolivian men living on the Altiplano would wear homemade trousers and a poncho.
  • She heard a rumor about an ancient temple in Bolivia that contains an ornate stone dais.
  • Bolivia, who lost their previous two games by 5-1 scorelines, added the third goal two minutes from time.
  • The pages brim with incisive descriptions and exquisite pictures of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Patagonia.
  • Leaf-green pierid butterflies alight on the sandy shores of the Tuichi River in Bolivia's Madidi National Park. Color + Design Blog by COLOURlovers / Feed
  • EL ALTO, Bolivia — Tattered dummies look down on this city from street poles in barren squares, like scarecrows for anyone with bad intentions. The Wind From The South
  • Bolivia returned to democratic rule in 1982, after a series of military governments.
  • In some areas chicha was believed to cure bronchitis, colds, and other chest ills as well as to accelerate the birth process - it was the Bolivian equivalent of chicken soup.
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