Definitions

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  • proper noun A male given name of Spanish derivation; English equivalent: Benedict
  • proper noun A card game played using a deck of 1990 MLB all-star playing cards.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I called Benito to wake his butt up, and then I strapped on my rollerblades and headed out for a 10-mile trek.

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  • After a long charging and intentionally not using it, I called Benito while we were in the cab on our way back from dinner.

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  • I called Benito after I got home and raved about it.

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  • “We named him Benito after Mussolini—Benito is Italian!”

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  • We drove with a prominent Teotitlan Zapotec elder up the dirt road to Benito Juarez to observe the valley from this height, climb to the local mountaintop mirador and, well, to drink some cold beer but when we arrived in Benito Juarez, the road was blocked by locals for reasons I still cannot fathom so we were told that it would be necessary for us to park at that spot and walk the rest of the way up the hill (for reasons I could not fathom as the road continued to our destination) which we did and the view from the mountaintop over the expansive Oaxaca Valley was supurb but the point is that here we were a mere 12 kilometers from the ancient village of Teotitlan and guests in the also ancient village of Benito Juarez and protocols were rigidly adhered to even though our Teotitlan host was among the most prominent elders in Teotitlan only 12 kilometers distant.

    Rigidly Observed Protocols

  • We drove with a prominent Teotitlan Zapotec elder up the dirt road to Benito Juarez to observe the valley from this height, climb to the local mountaintop mirador and, well, to drink some cold beer but when we arrived in Benito Juarez, the road was blocked by locals for reasons I still cannot fathom so we were told that it would be necessary for us to park at that spot and walk the rest of the way up the hill (for reasons I could not fathom as the road continued to our destination) which we did and the view from the mountaintop over the expansive Oaxaca Valley was supurb but the point is that here we were a mere 12 kilometers from the ancient village of Teotitlan and guests in the also ancient village of Benito Juarez and protocols were rigidly adhered to even though our Teotitlan host was among the most prominent elders in Teotitlan only 12 kilometers distant.

    Rigidly Observed Protocols

  • We drove with a prominent Teotitlan Zapotec elder up the dirt road to Benito Juarez to observe the valley from this height, climb to the local mountaintop mirador and, well, to drink some cold beer but when we arrived in Benito Juarez, the road was blocked by locals for reasons I still cannot fathom so we were told that it would be necessary for us to park at that spot and walk the rest of the way up the hill (for reasons I could not fathom as the road continued to our destination) which we did and the view from the mountaintop over the expansive Oaxaca Valley was supurb but the point is that here we were a mere 12 kilometers from the ancient village of Teotitlan and guests in the also ancient village of Benito Juarez and protocols were rigidly adhered to even though our Teotitlan host was among the most prominent elders in Teotitlan only 12 kilometers distant.

    Rigidly Observed Protocols

  • We drove with a prominent Teotitlan Zapotec elder up the dirt road to Benito Juarez to observe the valley from this height, climb to the local mountaintop mirador and, well, to drink some cold beer but when we arrived in Benito Juarez, the road was blocked by locals for reasons I still cannot fathom so we were told that it would be necessary for us to park at that spot and walk the rest of the way up the hill (for reasons I could not fathom as the road continued to our destination) which we did and the view from the mountaintop over the expansive Oaxaca Valley was supurb but the point is that here we were a mere 12 kilometers from the ancient village of Teotitlan and guests in the also ancient village of Benito Juarez and protocols were rigidly adhered to even though our Teotitlan host was among the most prominent elders in Teotitlan only 12 kilometers distant.

    Rigidly Observed Protocols

  • We drove with a prominent Teotitlan Zapotec elder up the dirt road to Benito Juarez to observe the valley from this height, climb to the local mountaintop mirador and, well, to drink some cold beer but when we arrived in Benito Juarez, the road was blocked by locals for reasons I still cannot fathom so we were told that it would be necessary for us to park at that spot and walk the rest of the way up the hill (for reasons I could not fathom as the road continued to our destination) which we did and the view from the mountaintop over the expansive Oaxaca Valley was supurb but the point is that here we were a mere 12 kilometers from the ancient village of Teotitlan and guests in the also ancient village of Benito Juarez and protocols were rigidly adhered to even though our Teotitlan host was among the most prominent elders in Teotitlan only 12 kilometers distant.

    Rigidly Observed Protocols

  • I am interested in Benito’s reference to “sensitivity to temperature variation.”

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