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  • There didn't seem to be much crossover between the pizza and produce buyers—no one seemed to be topping off their slice with a piece of fresh fruit—but Mr. Cosme said that business is decent with good weeks and bad weeks.

    Football and Food Carts

  • There was also a doughnut shop and a pizza parlor; the Green Cart we were visiting there, manned by Jose Cosme and his wife, Eva, felt like a good-natured rebuke to all those kids stopping for a greasy slice on the way home from school.

    Football and Food Carts

  • But Mr. Cosme purchases his produce daily at the Hunts Point Terminal Market—as do the 215 other active Green Cart permit holders in the Bronx there are over 500 citywide and where many of the city's grocery stores and restaurants also go for fruits and vegetables.

    Football and Food Carts

  • Americans breached the Belén Gate around 1:20 p.m.11 Later in the afternoon William Worth and his division stormed the San Cosme Gate, where Mexicans held up the American advance for more than four hours.

    Between War and Peace

  • If Scott meant to get into the city itself his soldiers had to breach Mexican fortifications at two well-defended garitas gates: Belén Gate and San Cosme Gate.

    Between War and Peace

  • Demonstrators in D.F. attempted to march to the Zócalo from a collection of technical colleges in a northeast area of the city known as Casco de Santo Tomás, near metro San Cosme.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Cosme said that when he saw Gilbert alone she rarely made eye contact and would only occasionally mumble "hello."

    Craigslist Escort Among Four Dead on Long Island Beach

  • "They were always arguing, like curdling screams sometimes," Cosme said.

    Craigslist Escort Among Four Dead on Long Island Beach

  • Cosme Santa Anna, curate of Rosamorada, Nayarit, described the trials and tribulations of his office in a letter penned to his bishop in May, 1852.

    Viva Mexico! Viva El Mariachi!

  • Benfica was founded in 1904 by a group of men led by Cosme Damião and the club's main stadium is the Estádio da Luz which translate means, "Stadium of light", is a football stadium in Lisbon.

    Archive 2007-10-01

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