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zorro

(ˈzɒrəʊ)
n, pl -ros
(Animals) a grey-haired wild canine animal very similar to a fox
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The project is located at the Los Zorros property holding in Chile.
I retraced the events that led to Zorros execution.
Las especies predadores de ovejas presentes en las estancias son, segun los encuestados: zorros colorados (98%), zorros grises (Lycalopex griseus, 60%), pumas (66%) y perros cimarrones (Canis familiaris, 22%; n = 90), siendo el numero medio de especies predadoras por establecimiento de 2.5 [+ o -] 0.7 (extension: 1- 4, n = 90).
Mario Duggan, 55, ripped the 18-year-old woman's jeans and knickers telling her he wanted to make "baby Zorros".
In a rather sardonic commentary on the film, reviewer Richard Schickel reflects on the decision to include not one but two Zorros in the story: Generous almost to a fault, the movie offers us not one but two Zorros.
Months of often hilarious training finally lead the old and new Zorros to their sworn enemy, Don Rafael Montero.
Together, the Zorros, old and new, indulge in some dashing heroics to stop Don Montero, from robbing the Californian people of their own gold, and help Zorro senior retain his daughter Elena who has been brought up to believe Montero is her father.