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Examples

  • San Pancho is chic and beautiful, and I have no doubt it will become a retreat for the rich and famous in the not too distant future.

    Playa San Francisco: San Pancho for music and art

  • Whereas Sayulita's flavour seems to be "anything goes," San Pancho is reserved.

    Playa San Francisco: San Pancho for music and art

  • Pancho is a whole chapter in American-Mexican history?

    Pancho Villa: Hero or cold-blooded killer?

  • Pancho is a whole chapter in American-Mexican history?

    Pancho Villa: Hero or cold-blooded killer?

  • And the way I see it, there's not much chance of "United States" getting confused with Estados Unidos Mexicanos, because pretty much everyone (every Mexican) knows that US/United States is just another name for EEUU, the place up north where cousin Pancho got thrown in jail for selling cocaine.

    Mexican usage of US, USA, United States etc?

  • And the way I see it, there's not much chance of "United States" getting confused with Estados Unidos Mexicanos, because pretty much everyone (every Mexican) knows that US/United States is just another name for EEUU, the place up north where cousin Pancho got thrown in jail for selling cocaine.

    Mexican usage of US, USA, United States etc?

  • And the way I see it, there's not much chance of "United States" getting confused with Estados Unidos Mexicanos, because pretty much everyone (every Mexican) knows that US/United States is just another name for EEUU, the place up north where cousin Pancho got thrown in jail for selling cocaine.

    Mexican usage of US, USA, United States etc?

  • And the way I see it, there's not much chance of "United States" getting confused with Estados Unidos Mexicanos, because pretty much everyone (every Mexican) knows that US/United States is just another name for EEUU, the place up north where cousin Pancho got thrown in jail for selling cocaine.

    Mexican usage of US, USA, United States etc?

  • And the way I see it, there's not much chance of "United States" getting confused with Estados Unidos Mexicanos, because pretty much everyone (every Mexican) knows that US/United States is just another name for EEUU, the place up north where cousin Pancho got thrown in jail for selling cocaine.

    Mexican usage of US, USA, United States etc?

  • And the way I see it, there's not much chance of "United States" getting confused with Estados Unidos Mexicanos, because pretty much everyone (every Mexican) knows that US/United States is just another name for EEUU, the place up north where cousin Pancho got thrown in jail for selling cocaine.

    Mexican usage of US, USA, United States etc?

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