Definition of Corocoro
1. corocore [n -S] - See also: corocore
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Literary usage of Corocoro
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nature of Ore Deposits by Richard Beck (1905)
"The mountain village of corocoro is situated in a deep-cut valley on the west side of the Serranía. The copper-bearing measures worked in the neighborhood ..."
2. Panama to Patagonia: The Isthmian Canal and the West Coast Countries to by Charles Melville Pepper (1906)
"... Heights — Trend of the Copper Veins — corocoro^ a Lake Superior Region—Three Gold Districts—Bismuth and Borax — Bituminous Coal and Petroleum — Tropical ..."
3. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Ill., 1893 by United States World's Columbian Commission. Committee on Awards (1901)
"Copper mines at corocoro, Bolivia. 57. Copper mines of corocoro, Bolivia. 58. Hill of corocoro. Copper mines of Bolivia. 59. View of the valley, corocoro, ..."
4. Bolivia: Geographical Sketch, Natural Resources, Laws, Economic Conditions (1904)
"corocoro district.—This is the richest and most active copper-mining center, ... corocoro is situated in the plateau 4023 meters above the sea level, ..."
5. The Mineral Deposits of South America by Joseph Theophilus Singewald (1919)
"under the ownership of two large companies, the corocoro United Copper Mines, Limited, an Anglo-French company, and the Compania corocoro de Bolivia, ..."
6. Prehistoric Bronze in South America by Charles Williams Mead (1915)
"Sancho Dias expresses the same opinion.1 Weed says : — The corocoro ... This seam is considered to have been the most anciently worked deposit of corocoro, ..."
7. Contributions to the Paleobotany of Peru, Bolivia and Chile: Five Papers by Edward Wilber Berry (1922)
"These are the partially described floras found at Potosi and at corocoro ... The most important for comparative purposes are those of Potosi and corocoro. ..."
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