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Speedy Gonzales

slang A nickname for one who does things quickly. It comes from the Looney Tunes character of the same name. Slow down, Speedy Gonzales, I can't keep up with you!
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"Now, here, Roderigo Gonzales Michael Angelo, I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a stranger, but I am not going to have my feelings lacerated by any such caterwauling as that.
My companions were Mariano Gonzales, who had formerly accompanied me in Chile, and an "arriero," with his ten mules and a "madrina." The madrina (or godmother) is a most important personage:
Gonzales claimed to police the woman had consented to sex but then accused him of having raped her.
Gonzales -- the former attorney general who submitted his resignation Monday -- has been splattered across the nation's editorial pages for months now.
THE first Hispanic attorney general in US history, Alberto Gonzales, announced his resignation yesterday, ending a long-running stand-off over his honesty and competence at the helm of the Justice Department.
Synopsis: Earlier this year, Americans have had mixed feelings about the need for Alberto Gonzales to resign as attorney general with as many favoring as opposing it.
GONZALES'S INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE (The New York Times, New York)
A friend who knows beleaguered Attorney General Alberto Gonzales recently confessed in a hushed tone that he thought his fellow Tejano was "not an evil guy, just too loyal." Another friend who lives in Gonzales' home town of San Antonio and shares some mutual friends with him practically screamed to me that, as former general counsel to then-Gov.
In what has to be considered one of the most chilling examples to date of the Bush administration's callous and dangerous disregard for fundamental rights, on January 18 Attorney General Alberto Gonzales insisted that U.S.
David Gonzales didn't stop skating the entire day; he was still rolling around when his name was called to pick up his second place prize money.
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was no more forthcoming.
SSgt Gonzales passed a munitions flight line delivery driver pulling two MHU-141 trailers loaded with captive 9M missiles heading from the Munitions Storage Area to the Holding Area for Munitions Storage.
The three-judge panel rejected a series of largely procedural challenges by Jesse Gonzales, who was found guilty in 2003 of bribery and money laundering, sentenced to prison and fined $30,000.
The media buzz over Alberto Gonzales' confirmation as Attorney General mostly focused on the lovely pairing of his racial identity and political orientation.