charro


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charro

(ˈtʃɑːrəʊ)
n, pl -ros
a traditional Mexican cowboy
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During their lively stage routines, the band dress in traditional charro suits while performing their own Mexican renditions of iconic pop classics such as Duran Duran's Rio, Human League's Don't You Want Me Baby and East 17's Stay Another Day.
5 mile long trail between West Jack London Blvd and El Charro Road, as part of Trail Segment T14.
Wibbens - Clorissa Charro and Jordan Wibbens, of Eugene, a daughter.
Five films will have world premieres in Cabo San Lucas: Bering: Equilibrio y Resistencia, Filosofia Natural del Amo, Luto, El Charro Misterioso and Volando Bajo.
The Theobald Wolfe Tone who emerges from this book is above all a human one, with his considerable charro, loyalty to his friends, his sharpened sense of honor and remarkable talents as a propagandist balanced by an inconsistent commitment to his family and his vanity.
Topped with grilled pineapple and served alongside some traditional Mexican rice and charro beans, this is a yummy dish.
Charro suits, needless to say, are an added feature of the band.
One brand sold in the popular perfumery channel is the El Charro range of scents, from Capone Prestige.
EAT at the oldest Mexican restaurant in the States - El Charro Cafe in Tucson - best guacamole you'll ever taste (www.
Kenneth and Frank Mitan, along with their co-conspirators Charro Pankratz and Bruce Atherton, repeatedly defrauded business sellers around the United States over several years by answering "business for sale" advertisements and working out terms of purchase.
The casually elegant Quinta Real has been the seaside retreat of choice for the likes of "El Charro de Mexico" Vicente Fernandez and balladeering son Alejandro.
A young charro, a Salamancan dancer in traditional dress, tries to get Katayama's attention, circling around her while playing castanets.