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macho

(ˈmɑtʃo)
1. mod. masculine; virile. (From Spanish. Used as a derogation by feminists.) Does the world really need one more macho man?
2. n. a masculine or virile male. He’s such a macho. He even chews tobacco.
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Wallace says it's impossible to predict what responses Black Macho might evoke this time around.
En otros ensayos se registraron diferencias entre machos y hembras, que fueron atribuidas al peso gonadal de las hembras y correspondieron al 11,11% del peso vivo (6).
Despite ousting fans' favourite Thomas Ernst as the club's No 1, Macho has not had the happiest start to the season.
It is sad, we are all quite attached to Macho but I just can't keep himKeeper Magnus and Magdalena, who have been married for six years, were the golden couple of Scottish football after he moved to Celtic from Coventry.
Macho said: "I have agreed to join Chelsea in July and to go to Stamford Bridge and have the possibility of playing in the Champions League is a dream come true for me.
Those taking the contraceptive would be attracted to macho men, while those not would be drawn to those with more feminine features.
A ferocious lion bares its fangs on the new look bar, designed to appeal to a core 16 to 34 year old male market -- though the chocolate bar arguably already has one of the most macho brand images on the confectionery counter.
I don't know what all this bullshit about gender and macho feminism is about," said feminist matriarch Betty Friedan.
CGI didn't gain entrance into the equally macho world of entertainment until the late Stanley Kubrick remembered a documentary he'd seen at the Travel and Transportation exhibit at the New York's World Fair made by Graphic Films of California, which supplied NASA and the United States Air Force.
Patrick Armand led the cast of twenty-one dancers as a show-off Neptune, King of the Sea, while Larissa Ponomarenko and Paul Thrussell added the sexy dimension of an Apache couple, and a phalanx of six men wriggled through a macho body display.
He loved the agency's macho new pitch for the product, with ads poking non-too-subtle fun at "sissies" who drank competing beverages.
These macho posturings seem superficial, but "boy culture" and "youth culture" possessed considerable emotional depth.
I am not, certainly, implying that it's all right for the female to be expunged from the face of the representational earth, if that makes the poor, beleaguered male feel safe enough to let his macho guard down a bit and go in search of his lost soul.
This wrong-way tendency causes the cutter to scream, but as in my first experience, it is usually something other than the traditional, macho "Tim-m-mber-r-r