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Exotic animals “reinforce your own identity and bring you social attention, which is very, very rewarding for human beings,” says Coren“If I’ve tamed a tiger and it lives in my house, I’m really quite macho.”
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Duterte has declared himself a big fan of fellow macho strongman Putin and the two have met numerous times.
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I’m into the philosophy, in other words, not the macho attitude.
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He then re-fastened his macho, adding for additional security a piece of whipcord, which he said rendered escape impossible.
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Casiano haba disparado y errado el vquiro: hiri la hembra, y el macho, como sucede en estos casos, se enfureci y le atac.
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Following these the Governor asks for the masquerade of the macho-raton, or the mules.
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They give the second title to the piece, El Macho raton, an appropriate translation of which I am at a loss to give.
THE GEGENCE; A COMEDY BALLET IN THE NAHUATL-SPANISH DIALECT OF NICARAGUADANIEL G. BRINTON
Amigo Capn Algl Mor, ya estamos aviados de la yunta de botijas de vino, no habr un macho de la cofradia de la comunidad?
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He then refastened his macho, adding for additional security a piece of whipcord, which he said rendered escape impossible.
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