American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Guevara, Ernesto Known as "Che.” 1928-1967. Argentine-born Cuban revolutionary leader who was Fidel Castro's chief lieutenant in the Cuban revolution (1956-1959) and later served as minister of industry (1961-1965). Active in other Latin American revolutions, he was captured and executed by the Bolivian army.
- n. an Argentine revolutionary leader who was Fidel Castro's chief lieutenant in the Cuban revolution; active in other Latin American countries; was captured and executed by the Bolivian army (1928-1967)
“Che Guevara is sent through the pop culture blender in Cli-Ché by Victor Ortiz.”
“NEW YORK – The granddaughter of Cuban revolutionary leader Ernesto 'Che' Guevara is at the forefront of another revolution — for vegetarianism.”
“Your invocation of Che Guevara is telling in this respect.”
“By the way, I read a book and it turns out Che Guevara is a nerd.”
“Received with protests when it screened in Miami, the filmmakers realize Guevara is a character beloved by some but reviled by others.”
“Although Che Guevara is viewed with complete disdain by the people who still remember his reign of terror, at least he would be happy in the knowledge that his dirty face adorns the t-shirts of many a zit-faced teenager with no understanding of history, and of tenured university professors/indoctrinators.”
“I am with you in some points, in others … maybe when another Che Guevara is born.”
“Che Guevara is hot property right now and the Argentine Director Tristán Bauer is set to take on a documentary about his life after tackling the hot topic of the Falklands War as seen through the eyes of an Argentinian Soldier.”
“He is Dr. Agustin Guevara Castro, Zacataras #29, 01-461-122-4474.”
“Soderbergh’s Guevara is a bit less than well realized, and the film is unfathomably long.”
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