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a Latin American (disparaging) term for foreigners (especially Americans and Englishmen)

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Gringo is a polysemic term that anchors gender and orients toward a mythic historical relationship of unequal power between nations and regions.
A gringo wearing an authentic sombrero and a poncho will be roaming the streets, and whoever manages to find him wins a free burrito with any order made.
Now, it is up to the Gringo to find a way to save the boy's life, break out of prison and reclaim his ill-gotten millions.
The "Gringo thing" Gibson is referring to is his most recent film, entitled Get the Gringo in the US and (http://www.
The gig will cost pounds 4 to enter, doors open at 7pm and West Midland favourites Selfless, The Atrocity Exhibit, Berserkowitz and Gringo will all be playing.
Loosely based on the disappearance of journalist Ambrose Bierce in Mexico in 1913, The Old Gringo was the first novel by a Mexican writer to appear on the New York Times best seller list.
It's a touring poetry ensemble, of course, which we've seen with the Revival tours, the Gringo Choir and others, and the poets work incorporates a little bit of hip-hop-inspired rhythm and the overlapping voices popularized by "group piece" poems at the National Poetry Slam Finals and the youth-oriented Brave New Voices.
THE GRINGO TRAIL: A Darkly Comic Road Trip Through South America by Mark Mann (Summersdale, pounds 8.
Johnson and jockey Denis O'Regan can double up with Gringo, who takes his chance in the Casino At Bet365 Beginners' Chase.
From the facts of the case, it is evident Gringo lacks good management skills.
TRAINER Howard Johnson is preparing for another busy Cheltenham Festival this week and his yard got an early boost as Gringo landed the Collingwood Arms Handicap Hurdle at Kelso yesterday.
THE Howard Johnson, Graham Wylie and Denis O'Regan triumvirate were given a pre-Cheltenham Festival boost with the victory of Gringo in the Collingwood Arms Handicap Hurdle at Kelso.
Mammoth has long been the province of pizza, burgers and gringo Mexican food.
LETS ROLL-the useful Flat handicapper jumped well on his debut over hurdles at Musselburgh last Sunday, where he was just getting the better of Major Title when Gringo swooped late to deny him.
IN THE GRINGO IMAGINATION, THE Mexican peasant and his burro go together like beans and rice, but in the real Mexico, decades of agricultural mechanization have made donkeys a rare sight.