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“Sat on the corner of Sloane Avene and Ixworth Place, Gaucho is a long dining room with an open kitchen, and surprisingly dark despite the windows running the full length of the room.”
“Bayer's best selling pesticide, imidacloprid, sold under the name Gaucho in France, has been banned as a seed dressing for sunflowers in that country since 1999, after a third of French honeybees died following its widespread use.”
“I’ve used it recently in two of my mods for a perfume called Gaucho which I’ve been working on for the past 7 years.”
“On the other hand, The Gaucho is the only one of all his movies in which Fairbanks is frankly sexual.”
“I was hoping to get the 3-D tour of El Gaucho, which is featured in this Microsoft video, but I'm getting a "technical difficulties" message.”
“There's something called Gaucho Heart," Gottlieb said.”
“They also have a bunch of vegetarian options, savory crepes, sweet crepes, and something called the Gaucho Burger, served on their homemade cheese bread.”
“I admit to being surprised by the number of votes for songs from 'Gaucho'.”
“Ray Nowack of Fort Pierce piloted his Tartan 33 "Gaucho" to victory edging newcomer Ed Nebinger aboard his Catalina 34 "Snowbird" by 52 seconds.”
“Microsoft's onstage StockTrader demonstration impressed Felipe "Gaucho" Vieira Silva, a software engineer with Netcetera, a software consulting firm that works for large financial institutions.”
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