bandito

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bandito

(bænˈdiːtəʊ)
n, pl -tos
a Mexican bandit
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Hotels with the toys include Birmingham Airport, Cardiff, Liverpool, London Blackfriars/ Heathrow M4/Paddington/Tower Bridge/Waterloo, Southampton and York - and goodies inside range from Bananagrams and Bandido to Connect Four and Fuzzy Felt via Maki Stack and Squirrel Play Train Table.
Not for Rico Blanco,' the singer-songwriter pointed out, perhaps referring to a concept similar to Fiesto Bandido, the alter-ego he assumed onstage for his 'Galactick Fiestamatik' album, early in this decade.
A product of the institution that somehow made a name for itself was Bandido.)
(A Mexican bandido had said in an early Clint Eastwood flick, "...if God did not want them sheared, He would not have made them sheep.") For all its peaks and valleys, I am happily married to, and domesticated by, a Horse.
The duo behind Bandido Studio -- Alejandro Campos and Joel Rojas -- found the inspiration for the table's distinct base in the craft history of the Mexican town Tecali de Herrera, whose artisans have been known for their skills with marble and volcanic stone.
Em seu O bandido da luz vermelha (Brasil, 1968), a dramaturgia sonora da voz radiofonica, dos ruidos, dos monologos reproduzidos sob forma de um discurso interior difuso, pontuados por assonancias e dissonancias musicais, condicionam as acoes desenroladas no plano visual.
Gutierrez's most recent video was "Humildemente Bandido," or "Humble Bandit," posted in February.
Under current food labelling regulations, this undoubtedly chewy chocolate and nougat bar would now have to be called a Texan-style Bar with Simulated Bandido Flavouring, as it was no more a product of the Lone Star state than is the popular music group featuring Sharleen Spiteri.