1o_ South American tree ( Schinopsis balansae ) also known as "red thread". Its name comes from the archaic Spanish quebra hacha ("axe bankruptcy" ) because of the hardness of its wood. 2nd_ Bond issued in the province of Chaco (Argentina) until 2002 to be used as a quasi-currency in the face of the lack of circulating product of the economic crisis. Today it was recovered by the government or is in the hands of collectors. The name comes from the native tree of the Chaqueña region. 3rd_ Popularized name of the Revolutionary Patriotic Movement "Quebracho", a Argentine social and political grouping that appeared at the end of the twentieth century with a left-wing nationalist profile.
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