La Paz

NOUN
  1. capital city in western Bolivia and the administrative seat of Bolivia's government; largest city in Bolivia
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How To Use La Paz In A Sentence

  • Under both Mexican law and the binational 1983 La Paz agreement, waste generated by the 3200 maquiladoras in Mexico must be shipped back to the country where the legal owner is based.
  • Thousands of people have rallied in La Paz, Bolivia to demand higher salaries as the cost of food and fuel increases. Thousands Protest in Bolivia Over Rising Prices
  • As my bus slowly rattled and groaned its way out of La Paz for the long journey south, I shuddered at what I'd let myself in for.
  • La Paz: Jonathan Roldan of Tailhunter International reports very few anglers, but very good fishing for cabrilla up to 5 pounds and pargo up to 15 pounds. Fore, right!
  • Su familia está destrozada y era obvio: el humilde hijo de migrantes campesinos (su familia es oriunda de Sapahaqui, provincia Loayza de La Paz) había logrado salir adelante pese a haberse criado solito, quedó huérfano muy tierno, cuando apenas tenía 4 años. Global Voices in English » Bolivia: Farewell to Aymara Hip Hop Artist Abraham Bojorquez
  • La Paz Waterfall Gardens offers visitors the choice of four hiking trails that wind around five waterfalls and through a tropical forest.
  • Morales canceled plans to participate in a Thursday march, returning to La Paz, after people in the mining city mounted protests against rising food prices and shortages. Bolivian President Rattled By Protests
  • During the same period, a nonnoble Aymara Indian, Julián Apaza, taking the name Túpac Katari, gathered an Indian army to lay siege to La Paz, which was temporarily broken by royal troops. f. Insurrections
  • A young child wrapped in an aguayo, a traditional sling, on mother's back in La Paz, Bolivia. NPR Topics: News
  • El crimen que cometieron los que no quieren la paz. Wednesday Poetry: Songs from the UCA « Planning the Day
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