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  • n. A member of the Norteño Mexican gang or someone believed to be affiliated as such either sincerely or in an insulting and stereotyping manner

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Examples

  • Chula Vista Norte is a very isolated development out in the country on the Libramiento bypass between Chapala and San Antonio Tlayacapan; that's probably why they have their own private security force.

    GUNMEN STRIKE IN CHULA VISTA NORTE

  • * The Arco Norte is a bit of a bore traversing, for the most part, unremarkable high rolling plains in open coutryside.

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  • * The Arco Norte is a wave of the future as far as autopistas are concerned as one enters the freeway and encounters no toll booths until one exits the toll road at which time one pays for the entire drive.

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  • It turns out driving the Arco Norte from the Guadalajara area to Southern Mexico does not save you any time over driving through the metropolis but if it keeps your gonads from turning to jelly it has attributes.

    Arco Norte or Mexico City?

  • Every Sunday she barbecues farm flank steak marinated in Basque Norte sauce.

    Local News

  • Lunda-Norte, which is under UNITA control, according to governor

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • To-day there is a comparative calm, a faint continuation of the Norte, which is an air with variations.

    Life in Mexico

  • George Lipsitz dubs Norte the "poet laureate of the people."

    La Bloga

  • According to the FBI, Border Patrol agents were responding to a group of suspected illegal immigrants being smuggled into the U.S. near the Paso Del Norte bridge, across from Ciudad Juarez around 6: 30 p.m. Monday.

    Border Patrol Shooting Video: Footage Emerges Of Moments Before Teenager Was Shot

  • Other Barrick mines also churned out gold cheaper than expected in the first quarter, with the Lagunas Norte project in Peru producing the metal at a cost of $147 an ounce and the Veladero mine in Argentina producing at $247 an ounce partly because of equipment upgrades that boosted processing volume.

    Barrick Gold's Profit Soars as Metal Prices Climb

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