orinoco orinoco  /ˌɔ rə ˈnoʊ koʊ/


  • (n) a South American river 1,500 miles long; flows into the South Atlantic


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  1. "Venezuela opened its energy section in the 1990s because it didn't have the capital or the technology to exploit its deep wells and its heavy oil, especially in the Orinoco," said Thomas A. Shannon, assistant secretary of state for Western...
    on Mar 2, 2007 By: Thomas A. Shannon, Jr. Source: Forbes

  2. "These [Colombian] troops crossed the Orinoco river in a boat and carried out an incursion into Venezuelan territory," said Mr Chávez, without mentioning when the incident, which was denied by Bogotá, took place. "The threat against us is...
    on Aug 10, 2009 By: Hugo Chávez Source: Times Online

  3. VIENNA - Venezuela and Russia reached an agreement that opens the way for a Russian consortium to "be in the Junin 6 block of the Orinoco petroleum belt," Venezuelan Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez said on Sunday.
    on Mar 15, 2009 By: Rafael Ramirez Source: Latin American Herald Tribune

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