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  • He probably was able to defuse the anger a bit last night in the arms of Teresita Bonita, his Latin trannie hooker of choice.

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  • This could be a tremendously interesting starting point, as this is a rich seam to mine in the history of art—think of homages of one painter to another—and in the work of the other artists represented in this exhibition, Russell Crotty, Teresita Fernández, Douglas Gordon and especially Ellen Harvey.

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  • This is very common, and so Juan becomes Juanito, Juana becomes Juanita and Teresa becomes Teresita.

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  • While MacArthur grant recipient and recent White House appointee to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts Teresita Fernandez produced a caramelized sugar-almond paste reproduction of a 1930s house by architect Gregory Ain.

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  • Teresita Urrea, the "Saint of Cabora," was a poor Mexican girl, born in 1873, renowned for her healing powers.

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  • Now he has continued the saga with "Queen of America" Little, Brown, 491 pages, $25.99 , a colorful, exuberant and immensely silly story of Teresita's peregrinations in the U.S. at the turn of the century.

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  • Mr. Urrea tries to enliven things with a love story between Teresita and a roughneck Americano named John Van Order.

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  • To Tomás's rambunctious Spanglish diatribes and Teresita's patient ministrations, Mr. Urrea adds a glut of barely integrated historical summaries and piquant period trivia—the "Mexican style" of indicating numbers with the hand is to include the thumb, readers may or may not be interested to learn, while Americans use just their fingers.

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  • Teresita, exiled from Mexico, is joined in her travels by her bombastic father, Don Tomás.

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  • There is nothing unresolved, tentative or unintentional, however, about Teresita Fernández, a much-praised New York conceptualist and winner of a MacArthur "genius" grant.

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