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  • n. A bandit, particularly of the type associated with Mexico


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From Italian bandito


  • Soldier wrenchingly twisting captive rag tag bandito’s ear, “Where is your leader?”

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  • The Peruvian pilot is heard on the tape saying he is sure the plane is a "bandito" but the CIA pilots then suggest they are not sure, wth one saying: "I think we're making a mistake."

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  • The media around the world keep missing is the fucking CIA said it WASN'T "bandito".


  • Caps left by patrons adorn the rafters and two guitar-playing mannequins are perched on a ledge above the bar: a Mexican bandito and an old bearded cowboy that looks a hell of a lot like Skeeter Jackson.

    Soul Trapper

  • I would make you take me to Mexico and buy me a taco and a margarita and a Mexican bandito marionette and a black velvet Elvis painting.

    Yes I Would

  • A review of the link I sent will show that there are a bunch of very fine RV's on Mexican roads every year and not one of the many participants of that forum has ever reported a bandito problem.

    Planning RV trip to Tulum

  • Today her mop of red hair is all in a tangle and a checked red scarf that comes up past the top of her chin gives her a kind of fashion bandito look.

    The Beating Heart of Fashion

  • That makes us the luckiest people in the world and the bandito the unluckiest.


  • He looked like a bad imitation of a bandito villain straight out of a Rambo flick.

    Risk No Secrets

  • But somewhere between the Italian and the Puerto Rican lies my inner bandito.

    Mosh Potatoes


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