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blanco

n. a white person; a Caucasian. (From Spanish. Potentially derogatory.) The blancos arrived in droves to enjoy our beaches.
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And that harpoon--so like a corkscrew now--was flung in Javan seas, and run away with by a whale, years afterward slain off the Cape of Blanco.
In carrying so many together she let one fall at the feet of the barber, who took it up, curious to know whose it was, and found it said, "History of the Famous Knight, Tirante el Blanco.
He saw the white-walled, water-power factories of Rio Blanco.
The strike, or, rather, the lockout, because the workers of Rio Blanco had helped their striking brothers of Puebla.
where the trade-wind loses its regularity, and heavy torrents of rain fall periodically, the shores of the Pacific, so utterly desert in Peru, assume near Cape Blanco the character of luxuriance so celebrated at Guyaquil and Panama.
In the whole world there can be no more dreary view than that from the northern slope of the Sierra Blanco.
Looking down from the Sierra Blanco, one sees a pathway traced out across the desert, which winds away and is lost in the extreme distance.
To the right of the Sierra Blanco -- so we shall reach the Rio Grande," said another.
I do know that there is classified information so I am going to follow up [and ask] for another meeting with the classified information," Blanco said.
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Goldgroup Mining has announced that it has completed the sale of its Caballo Blanco project in Veracruz, Mexico to Timmins Gold for a cash of $10m and 16,065,000 Timmins Gold shares.
Ezequiel Blanco, 31, who is originally from Cuba, had denied the allegation but was convicted by a jury at Cardiff Crown Court.
When the Doha talks started, they were labelled as the Doha Development Round, Blanco said, and they "promised benefits in terms of access to markets to developing countries, especially to the least developed countries, so that promise is on the table.
Mark Blanco died from his injuries in December 2006 after plunging to his death from the first-floor at a flat in east London, which was owned by Doherty's drug dealer and friend Paul Roundhill.