joco


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joco

(dʒəʊˈkəʊ)
n, pl -cos
a joke
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Joco Tayongtong of Quezon City breezes past his man while driving to the basket.
Joco Interior's grand opening will be on Saturday, July 6.
Tal y como sucediera en el caso de la Joco seria de Quinones de Benavente, la caracterizacion "ioco-seriorum" aparecio impresa en letras capitales.
Inventor Joco Paulo Lammoglia, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, revealed that the device could be used in all situations from running to sleeping.
He developed the idea with the help of wife Kirsten, who has a background in marketing, and worked with Jo Cogan, of Joco Design in Warrington, for its logo.
To get vengeance, he must find Joco, a scummy drug peddler who is the one responsible.
The 27-year-old, who runs her own design company Joco Design and Illustration, said: "Liverpool is such a great place.
This study was conducted on lands adjacent to a laughing gull nesting colony in the Joco Marsh island complex in the Gateway National Recreation Area (NRA), Jamaica Bay Unit (40[degrees]38'N, 73[degrees]47'W) that borders the John F.
Early school records described a one-room schoolhouse built in 1888 for the 'colored and white children who lived in the area.' (JoCo History 2009, 2)
Resulta interesante la distincion entre joco y marco de la experiencia, a partir de la cual Stiles clasifica los actos de habla segun quien es el sujeto de la experiencia, si se presume o no la experiencia del otro, y de acuerdo con que perspectiva o marco de referencia se significa la experiencia.
But the joco (happy) couple were still confused about what happened in Aberdeen.