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  • "This gordito works at Larson-Dunn, too, doesn't he?"

    Kahen no Ame

  • When I went to Christmas in Miami, which is where we Cubans go, I mean, he hugged me and said you look great but you're a little gordito (ph).

    CNN Transcript Aug 10, 2009

  • So we dive 100mph while eating a gordito, because the odds are in our favor that we won't have a burnout and then v-fib.

    Archive 2008-06-02

  • Denny Hastert visited Taco Bell today in order to conduct quality control on every burrito, gordito, and chalupa in inventory.

    Think Progress » Speaker Hastert Lies About Leader Pelosi

  • "A gordito who calls himself Sir Denis Rowley," replied the detective.

    Tek Net

  • Después de 10 minutos, un gordito llamado Martín se metió decidido al mar a darme instrucciones de cómo salir de la corriente en la que estaba metido.

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • AICN reached out to both executive producer Peter Jackson and del Toro on the matter, and in addition to receiving a response similar to del Toro's message-board post ( "It's not true, gordito - G") the site received the following email from Jackson.

    MovieWeb: News

  • Long and stringy (just like his poppi was). but now he's getting a bit gordito and I feel in a few weeks Marcia will have trouble picking him up.

    Quality Peoples

  • Typical examples include the aptly named plato gordito ($12.50) of grilled steak, shrimp, and chicken and the camarones con coco ($12.50), a sauté of fat shrimp in a coconut-based gravy.

    Boston Phoenix - thePhoenix.com

  • Interestingly, here’s a cultural value: Many Mexican-Americans highly value “gordito” children.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Disagreement Need Not Equal Discourtesy

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