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  • The ground is irregular and broken, and is for the most part covered with that species of brushwood called carrasco, amongst which winds a bridle - path, by no means well defined, chiefly trodden by the arrieros, with their long trains of mules and borricos.

    The Pocket George Borrow

  • The ground is irregular and broken, and is for the most part covered with that species of brushwood called carrasco, amongst which winds a bridle-path, by no means well defined, chiefly trodden by the arrieros, with their long train of mules and borricos.

    The Bible in Spain

  • The two new species are found generally in a special type of dense savanna, locally called “carrasco, ” in dry, flat sandstone tabletops.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • The neighbourhood of Badajoz did not prepossess me much in favour of the country which I had just entered; it consists chiefly of brown moors, which bear little but a species of brushwood, called in Spanish carrasco; blue mountains are however seen towering up in the far distance, which relieve the scene from the monotony which would otherwise pervade it.

    The Bible in Spain

  • May 4th, 2009 at 11: 05 am those numbers from yahoo on carrasco were from last season, not this one …

    Phillies Nation

  • Hahaha! kevotennis thanks to @andy_murray for showing me "Andres carrasco tennis imitations".

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  • It is ironic that the Luis carrasco about "Ask a Mexican column ran with a graphic of the tired image of a Mexican asleep leaning on a cactus.

    Newspaper Tree

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