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gaucho

(ˈgɑʊtʃo)
tv. & in. to expose the buttocks (at someone), usually through a car window; to moon. Victor gauchoed the cops as they went by.
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A gaucho without a horse is simply not a gaucho, explains Andrea Vigil, who directs the town's historic gaucho museum.
A que se debe el gran e improbable exito de Los gauchos judios, oda al multiculturalismo en pleno periodo de homogeneizacion?
Outros pesquisadores gauchos irao cursar o Mestrado em Comunicacao na ECA/USP nos anos de 1990, retornando depois para se doutorarem em um PPG no Rio Grande do Sul.
Butler made nine of 12 free throws and to add more salt to the wound for Taft, the rest of the Gauchos only went a combined five of 23 at the free throw line.
Like the Stampede, the Vaquero and the Cowboy, the Gaucho foregoes the traditional firing pin on the hammer nose and has a modern transfer bar firing mechanism and frame-mounted firing pin.
The Federalist gauchos and comuneros represented the old society derived from the mercedes, while the Liberals or ex-Unitarios represented the new society embodied by private ownership of land.
Essa diversidade de opcoes esteticas da producao da pos-retomada (e tambem na televisao) expressaria que o cinema gaucho nao tem uma identidade determinada (citando novamente a fala de Jean-Claude Bernardet, que parece ter marcado os realizadores/intelectuais gauchos).
UC Santa Barbara 3, Cal State Northridge 2: The Matadors (5-7, 1-1 Big West Conference) rallied from a 2-0 deficit to tie it in the 78th minute on a goal by Farryn Townleym only to see the rally fall short against the Gauchos.
In contrast to the "exclusive hideaway" ambiance of the Belltown, Tacoma and Portland El Gauchos, the Bellevue location has windows and outdoor dining.
Those allowed UC Santa Barbara to take a brief lead, but Oregon clamped down on defense and fought its way to the free-throw line to beat the Gauchos 65-56 before 11,447 at the Rose Garden for the Pape Jam.
But the three gauchos he met - including Bernie Acle - were less traditional than he might have imagined.
USC, which snapped a seven-match losing streak to UCSB, improved to 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the MPSF, while the Gauchos dropped to 1-4 and 0-2.
Center Carolyn Ganes and reserve forward Jamie Hawkins combined for 23 points and 14 rebounds and did their best to shut down Green in the Ducks' 70-54 victory against the Gauchos at McArthur Court on Saturday night in a second-round game of the Women's National Invitation Tournament.
The Gauchos (12-3, 1-1) threw an uppercut at the end of the first half, taking a two-point Matador advantage and turning it into a 43-37 halftime lead with a 10-2 run.
on Saturday after the Gauchos beat host San Diego 75-63 in a first-round WNIT game Thursday.