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  • That is the year when all the founding residents of Nuevo (New) SJP fled their homes in "viejo" (Old) SJP as the sizeable town was overwhelmed by the lava erupting from Paricutín volcano.

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  • Kino viejo is the Mexican fishing village of about 3000 people.

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  • The use of "viejo" and "vieja" is awfully common in an affectionate sense among defequenses (as my norteno boss sometimes refers to them), but like the F-word or even the Ch-word, the context is all-important.

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  • My host-family father or "viejo" was named Oscar and religiously followed Independiente.

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  • My host-family father or "viejo" was named Oscar and followed religiously Independiente.

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  • I'm viejo and its hard for me to remember all this stuff but we are trying ...

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  • Esta apartamento se encuentra en un cuarto piso y ha sido construido en un viejo almacén.

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  • Además de su peculiar comportamiento, ella se pintaba con cosméticos de vez en cuando, de manera extravagante, destacando sus labios, eso me dijo un viejo amigo mío, un conductor de taxi en Huancayo llamado Alfonso Berríos.

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  • Se trata de una mesa de café para tu hogar con el legendario del diseño del viejo y querido comecocos, aquel de las pelotitas y [...]

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  • I'm in a Latin American novel, one in which an egret-haired viejo shakes with some invisible sorrow, some obscene affliction, and chronicles it secretly, till it shows in his face, the parenthetical wrinkles confirming his fiction to his deep embarrassment.

    Saturday poem: In the Village by Derek Walcott

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