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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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The unlimited Rodizio menu at Espeto Gaucho starts at RO8++ (vegetarian), RO10++(chicken & lamb cuts), 14++(chicken, lamb & beef cuts) and served alongside fresh seasonal salads, starters and soups.
Lugones already situated the gaucho at the origin of the Argentine "race." If the payada leads to the development of an epic poetry, now the expression of the highest moral values to which a nation can aspire, then the gauchos are the original heroes who assured the spread of justice and liberty across the national territory in its earliest moments after independence.
Desde fines del siglo XIX, el gaucho fue referenciado -en distintos momentos y por diferentes actores- como el baluarte del ser nacional argentino.
Jose Hernandez escribe entonces un poema titulado "Carta que el gaucho Martin Fierro dirige a su amigo D.
Louis singled off Jacome to start the inning, which forced Gauchos coach Andrew Checketts to pull his starter.
"The country will be in the hands of white gaucho savages instead of copper-coloured Indians.
Estos dos caracteres, a saber, distincion entre los gauchos asentados y aquellos otros, definidos como delincuentes, por un lado, y represion de estos ultimos, por otro, sera una constante en los relatos de viajeros correspondientes al periodo rosista.