bandito

bandito

(bænˈdiːtəʊ)
n, pl -tos
a Mexican bandit
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He had owned East Dundee restaurants Bandito Barney's and Rosie O'Hare's.
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Furnivals Well, in Campbell Square, is the hub for the event, while the other bars showing off their mixing and shaking are Mojo, Some Place, El Bandito, Red Door, The Alchemist, Filter & Fox, The Cosy Club, Constellations, Santa Chupitos, Miyagi and Heebie Jeebies.
John introduced this brute as Bandito, who disinterestedly sniffed my pant leg, watered the truck tires, then looked around for something to fight.
Muraco and Fuji created takeoffs of popular TV series with Fuji Vice, Fuji General, Fuji Bandito and Fuji Chan.
The Bandito is always in my carry-on, and I love that all of the brand's leather goods are too percent American-made.
But can they or Zacoca stop bounty hunter's lethal evil before he can kill the ones the lawmen and the Mexican bandito love the most?
Smithers, "Racism in American Popular Media: From Aunt Jemima to the Frito Bandito," PRAEGER, Santa Barbara, 147 pages, $37.
His victory on the Guillaume Macaire-trained Bandito Conti in the PS113,000 Prix The Fellow on Wednesday was his 22nd of the campaign in France and his 171st in the country.
Jonathan Hunter, | from Gosforth, said: "Here's a couple of photos of my Movember efforts, trimmed it back last week from a bandito to a slightly shorter style
ZCM is building a portfolio in entertainment by also partnering with Bandito Studios on the animation Slops, which is a comedic look at the life of a Marine Veteran who naively thought he retired in a Baja paradise.
When Bandito Brothers first spotted the property, a one-time trailer factory in the '50s before being taken over by a furniture-importing business, it resembled an abandoned junkyard.