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caramba

(kəˈræmbə)
n
an interjection of surprise or amazement
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95 -20 Caramba 3 8-6 129 5-2 R Hannon 2nd Musidora Stakes (1m2.5f)
LANCE McINTOSH chef at Caramba restaurant in Gosford Street instantly recalled the first romantic meal he shared with Lisa, the new woman in his life.
Criquette Head would not be sending Juvenia over for the sake of it, and her team can take heart that Ryafan (1997) and Caramba (1995) both won this event after similar efforts in the Prix de Diane.
Graham Taylor, former England football manager, famous for his catchprase "Do I not like this," enjoyed his lunch so much at Caramba cafe-restaurant in Gosford Street last week, that he was happy to sign the guest book in his own inimitable way.
Police say the card was used to pay for a pounds 485 bill, at the Caramba bar, in Gosford Street, and pounds 54 and pounds 91 bills at the Rose and Crown pub and Fernleaf restaurant respectively, in Walsgrave Road.
95 -201 Caramba 3 8-9 5-2F R Hannon M Roberts won Falmouth Stakes (1m)
It was addressed and delivered to 18 Gosford Street, Stoke, where Steve King runs the Caramba cafe bar.
They include Armory Pizzeria and Grill, Charcoal Delights, Cream of the Crepe, D'Agostino's, Dairy Queen, Dolcetti, Hay Caramba, Himalayan Restaurant, Joseph's Meats, Lisa's Italian Ice, Make Room for Truman, Murray Bros Caddy Shack, Panino's Pizza, Rex Italian Foods, Spike's Smokey Barbecue, Sputino's Pizza, St.