Concepción

Concepción (Spanish for `conception`, in reference to the Immaculate Conception of Roman Catholic faith) is the name of several towns and cities. The largest of these is Concepción, Chile, the conurbation of which is home to over one million people. Concepción is also a Spanish female name. ...
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Concepción

(from the article `O`Higgins, Bernardo`) ...royal authority. Within a few months, O`Higgins rose from the rank of colonel of militia to general in chief of the independentist forces. Soon he ...
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Concepcion

[n] - an industrial city in Chile south of Santiago
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Concepcion

noun an industrial city in Chile south of Santiago
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Concepción

(Chile) Industrial city in south-central Chile, 350 km/217 mi southwest of Santiago; situated on the north bank of the Bió-Bió River, near its mouth; population (2002) 212,000. It is Chile's third-largest city and capital of Concepción province and of...
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Concepción

[volcano] Concepción is one of two volcanoes (along with Maderas) that form the island of Ometepe, which is situated in Lake Nicaragua in Nicaragua, Central America. Concepción is an active stratovolcano that forms the northwest part of the Isla de Ometepe. Since 1883, Concepción has erupted at least 25 times; its last eruption was on 9 ...
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Concepción

Concepción (kōnsepsēōn') , city (1990 est. pop. 306,464), capital of Bío-Bío region, S central Chile, near the mouth of the Bío-Bío River. It is an industrial and commercial center and Chile's third largest city. Its port, Talcahuano, just north...
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Concepción

town, north-central Paraguay. It lies on the east bank of the Paraguay River. Founded in 1773, it was the base of operations for the entire Chaco ...
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