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  • The granite, when it attains its highest point, is covered with a 200-foot layer of sedimentary rock called the tonto sandstone.

    Through the Grand Canyon from Wyoming to Mexico

  • [A]. .hopefully, they'll choose a better - more respectful - name than 'tonto'

    REVOLUTIONARY ROAD Writer to Ride with THE LONE RANGER – Collider.com

  • As far as the 'tonto' monicker goes, I have a smattering of Native American blood which I have always been very proud of.

    In New Letter, Clinton's Lawyers Demand ABC Yank Film

  • - I was also surprised that our moderator used the word "estúpido" as I have always been told and have learned by listening that that word -- although used lightly in English -- is much more insulting in Spanish and that the better word to use is "tonto".

    ....that they call themselves that....

  • - I was also surprised that our moderator used the word "estúpido" as I have always been told and have learned by listening that that word -- although used lightly in English -- is much more insulting in Spanish and that the better word to use is "tonto".

    ....that they call themselves that....

  • - I was also surprised that our moderator used the word "estúpido" as I have always been told and have learned by listening that that word -- although used lightly in English -- is much more insulting in Spanish and that the better word to use is "tonto".

    ....that they call themselves that....

  • - I was also surprised that our moderator used the word "estúpido" as I have always been told and have learned by listening that that word -- although used lightly in English -- is much more insulting in Spanish and that the better word to use is "tonto".

    ....that they call themselves that....

  • - I was also surprised that our moderator used the word "estúpido" as I have always been told and have learned by listening that that word -- although used lightly in English -- is much more insulting in Spanish and that the better word to use is "tonto".

    ....that they call themselves that....

  • - I was also surprised that our moderator used the word "estúpido" as I have always been told and have learned by listening that that word -- although used lightly in English -- is much more insulting in Spanish and that the better word to use is "tonto".

    ....that they call themselves that....

  • - I was also surprised that our moderator used the word "estúpido" as I have always been told and have learned by listening that that word -- although used lightly in English -- is much more insulting in Spanish and that the better word to use is "tonto".

    ....that they call themselves that....

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