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“According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the term Tico supposedly comes from the frequent use of the diminutive suffix -tico "little" in Costa Rican Spanish.”
“A long way from pubs like Quiet Storm (RIP) or Tico, though Tico is trying to mend their ways after being outed by Goldberg.”
“She flew through trees, climbed mountains, and flew in Tico's plane all without a thought to her hair or how dirty her white sneakers would get.”
“In Baltimore, Maryland, for example, local Body Shop franchises set up a business called Tico Enterprises, which hires graduates of a state-sponsored program that teaches carpentry to at-risk youth.”
“It seems fancy," said art dealer Alberto "Tico" Mugrabi on the way in, "but it could go unfancy at any second.”
“Alberto, or "Tico," is 37 and is the family's gregarious jetsetter and ambassador, a protégé of collectors like Mr. Brant and Aby Rosen.”
“In response to Clacko (about to be gutted if I'm told 'Tico' is used commonly by Liverpool fans) I've also got a nickname that never quite seemed to take off for some reason ... ”
“In response to Clacko (about to be gutted if I'm told 'Tico' is used commonly by Liverpool fans), myself and my brother have a certain affinity towards Gabriel Obertan, and in particular the striking similarities between him and a spoon (in both shape and demeanor).”
“Our sincerest and deepest appreciation goes out to Modesto "Tico" Valle, the Executive Director of the Center, for donating the space and beverages.”
“I remember because Tico Torres, the drummer from Bon Jovi who ended up being in the Knockouts, said to me, The first time I saw you was back in '71 at Madison Square Garden.”
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