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  • Sat on the corner of Sloane Avene and Ixworth Place, Gaucho is a long dining room with an open kitchen, and surprisingly dark despite the windows running the full length of the room.

    Review - Gaucho, 25 April 2008

  • Bayer's best selling pesticide, imidacloprid, sold under the name Gaucho in France, has been banned as a seed dressing for sunflowers in that country since 1999, after a third of French honeybees died following its widespread use.

    Bill Totten's Weblog

  • I’ve used it recently in two of my mods for a perfume called Gaucho which I’ve been working on for the past 7 years.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • On the other hand, The Gaucho is the only one of all his movies in which Fairbanks is frankly sexual.

    The Silent Superstar

  • I was hoping to get the 3-D tour of El Gaucho, which is featured in this Microsoft video, but I'm getting a "technical difficulties" message.

    The Seattle Times

  • "There's something called Gaucho Heart," Gottlieb said.

    independent.com stories

  • They also have a bunch of vegetarian options, savory crepes, sweet crepes, and something called the Gaucho Burger, served on their homemade cheese bread.

    Midtown Lunch

  • I admit to being surprised by the number of votes for songs from 'Gaucho'.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • Ray Nowack of Fort Pierce piloted his Tartan 33 "Gaucho" to victory edging newcomer Ed Nebinger aboard his Catalina 34 "Snowbird" by 52 seconds.

    tcpalm.com Stories

  • Microsoft's onstage StockTrader demonstration impressed Felipe "Gaucho" Vieira Silva, a software engineer with Netcetera, a software consulting firm that works for large financial institutions.

    Infoworld News

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