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A city of northern California north of Sacramento. It is a center of almond production and the site of California State University, Chico (established 1887).


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(Plants) another name for greasewood1
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Noun1.Chico - United States comedian; one of four brothers who made motion pictures together (1891-1961)
Marx Brothers - a family of United States comedians consisting of four brothers with an anarchic sense of humor
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But when a Scots coach recommended Chico and Ali at last year's world cup in Australia, the problem was solved.
And they solved the problem by giving Chico four pounds 150-a-time injections of anti-depressant Haloperidol - the bird equivalent of Prozac.
The stripper-turned-singer - whose single Chico Time is named after his catchprase and is set to be No 1 today - is dating Danijela Rakic.
But all is not lost for 34-year-old Chico, who is now being managed by London star agency Global Talent who also look after chart-topping band G4.
Well anyway, I never allow such product placement on our show, and as I write this on my Compaq laptop, I am asking myself have I joined the Chico bandwagon?
The left-handed Chico (7-2) set the tone for the JetHawks' victory retiring the first 11 batters he faced to start the game.
Former X Factor hopeful Chico said: "Kit is a wonderful lady who still has a zest for life.
Give him a Saturday night entertainment show now, call it Chico Time and watch the ratings soar.
Cheeky Chico, 34, tried to get a grip on me in an ITV lift moments after declaring: "I have found God.
Last night, 34-year-old Chico, who was born in Bridgend and lived here for two years when his dad Hassan worked as a farmer, said: 'I hope I can become the next Tom Jones but if all else fails I suppose I can come back and look after the sheep
Smith said he understood the Diamondbacks' decision to give Chico his spot in the rotation.