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  • Church officials declared the site to be miraculous, and a few years later a chapel was built above the "pocito," or little well of dirt, where the crucifix was discovered.

    Sunday Reading

  • Una tortilla de míes calientita, carne ala pastor, cilantro, cebollita, un pocito de ajito, todo buen picado, juguito de limón y la salsa picante mas sabrosa, con una cerveza Del Sole ala mas fría posible.

    My Favorite Taco

  • Es dificil cuando ud. habla pocito Espanol and los otros no hablan Ingles.

    Part 3: el Camino de Santiago

  • I know un pocito, muy pocito, of Spanish, and I'm studying as I travel.

    Self-supported tour by bicylce

  • Yo hablo un pocito Esp y poco a poco yo aprendo mas.

    Why Do You Live Where You Do in Mexico?

  • It's true, je ne parle Francias y me Espanol es pocito, but I really like to try, and would probably be better if the Mexicans I speak to would take the time to tell me what an ass I am making of myself.

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  • Suntum said Chimayo officials typically refill el pocito with fresh, blessed desert dirt every day.

    The Seattle Times

  • A chapel was built there in 1813, and followers have been returning to pray at el pocito ever since.

    The Seattle Times

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