London has controlled the islands, about 300 miles off the argentine coast, since 1833.
I ask Cuco how The Verne Club gets illegal, over-proof alcohol like absinthe through the fine-toothed comb of argentine customs.
But then the argentine pontiff did something decidedly unpopelike.
I like argentine malbec red wine or a good red wine from the North of Spain.
The argentine pope might be able to do the same for Latin America.
The journey is also rendered disagreeable by the dust which is the invariable concomitant of argentine railway travelling.
Garibaldi, services in war between argentine and Uruguay, 93.
His name was Green, and though he had been twenty years in argentine, he haled from Boston.
With strict economy one might live very cheaply in argentine.'
It has been said that an argentine takes off his hat to an Englishman, but tucks his arm in that of a Frenchman.
"of or from Argentina," 1830 (from 1829 as a noun); Argentinian is from 1845 as a noun; 1858 as an adjective.
Republic in southern South America, bordered by Chile to the west; Bolivia and Paraguay to the north; and Brazil, Uruguay, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Its capital and largest city is Buenos Aires.
Note: Second-largest nation of South America, after Brazil.
Note: Juan Perón came to power in Argentina in 1946, establishing a dictatorship, and ruled with the aid of his second wife, the popular Eva Perón, until he was overthrown in 1955. He was president again from 1973 to 1974, when he died.