Pancho Villa

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Noun1.Pancho Villa - Mexican revolutionary leader (1877-1923)Pancho Villa - Mexican revolutionary leader (1877-1923)
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Stephen Fry with a Pancho Villa impersonator in Juarez, Mexico, and |below with his preferred mode of transport on the trip, a yellow school bus
Among his new friends is a Pancho Villa MONDAY, BBC1, 10.
He became the very first world flyweight champ by beating Young Zulu Kid in 1916 and retired seven years later after being thrashed in seven rounds by Filipino Pancho Villa.
General Pershing's cavalry and infantry units were on the move again looking for Pancho Villa and would need the supplies and ammunition these trucks were carrying.
Pershing's pursuit of Pancho Villa in Mexico), and most notably of all, the man who transformed three obscure-at-the-time individuals-an outlaw, a marshal, and a bandit-into legends of the American West.
In 1916, Mexican raiders led by Pancho Villa attacked Columbus, New Mexico, killing 18 Americans.
Another fight featured is Jimmy Wilde v Pancho Villa, one that took place at the Polo Grounds, New York, on June 18,1923.
BORN LIONEL Richie, US singer, 1949, above JOHN Goodman, US actor, 1952 NICOLE Kidman, US actress, 1967 DIED BUGSY Siegel, US mobster, 1947, above WILLIAM IV, King of England, 1837 PANCHO Villa, revolutionary, 1923
Asi mismo, el Cartucho autobiografico de Nellie Campobello parece mas ficcional que la biografia que escribio acerda de su heroe Pancho Villa.
HERE, ELFEGO BACA holds the presentation-grade Mauser carbine that he allegedly stole from Pancho Villa.
Pancho Villa teaches the authors and the reader one important lesson: what we were searching for--a home, ourselves, a sense of community--was within reach all along.