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  • Info Muchacho is the sixth studio album by American indie rock act Phosphorescent, released on March 19, 2013 on Dead Oceans.
  • She has also taken part in movies like La sal de la vida and Muchacho solitario.
  • Muchacho is also composed of chicken and pork but it also contains cheese.
  • His real name is unknown -- he was known only as Muchacho, The Kid, or Pothead.
  • At Under the Radar, Jim Scott called "Muchacho is an artist setting a new standard."
  • He despatched a ~muchacho~ at once to fetch the future admiral. Cited from Cabbages and Kings, by O Henry
  • Muchacho, Phosphorescent's seventh studio album was released in 2013 to critical acclaim.
  • This muchacho, however, is English; and nobody in Cuba is just now likely to trouble himself very much over the attempted murder of an Englishman. Cited from The Cruise of the Thetis, by Harry Collingwood
  • Corteme el pelo a este muchacho: Cut this boy's hair. Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • El domador se fijo en el muchacho y le lanzo una mirada de odio. Cited from Zalacain El Aventurero, by Pio Baroja
  • A mild fatalist, he knew that Pete would not stay long, and Montoya was big enough not to begrudge the muchacho any happiness. Cited from The Ridin' Kid from Powder River, by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • Castigueme este muchacho para que aprenda: Punish this boy (for me) so that he may learn. Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • All players who get their anak inside the hole are declared winners, while the one with the anak left outside the hole is the alila (loser) or muchacho.
  • And he could see the strange evenings, when workmen, coming secretly in the dark like men who did ill deeds, met with his father and talked long hours where he, the muchacho, lay not always asleep in the corner. Cited from The Night-Born, by Jack London [Jack London #9
  • Other placer deposits on the west bank of the Colorado River were quickly found, including the Picacho and Cargo Muchacho districts.
  • Muchacho's lyrical content was inspired by the various events that followed his tour in support of previous studio album, Here's to Taking It Easy (2010).
  • The first to come was the office-boy (muchacho, hortera [joc.]), and he will be the last to go (a salir). Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • Side by side they walked downtown, the youngster talking excitedly about the fire, the Mexican either keeping silence or answering with a brief "Si, muchacho." Cited from Gunsight Pass, by William MacLeod Raine
  • Me voy para ocuparme de ustedes; yo me enterare de lo que vale ese muchacho. Cited from La Fontana de Oro, by Benito Perez Galdos
  • El muchacho crecia y no cesaba de hacer rayas. Cited from Dona Perfecta, by Benito Perez Galdos
  • Yet, Fiander criticized that "Muchacho sometimes confuses the personal with the insular."
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