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Blanco

/ blanko /

noun

  1. BlancoSerge1958MFrenchSPORT AND GAMES: rugby union player Serge (sɛrʒ). born 1958, French Rugby Union footballer; won 93 caps (1980–91) and scored 38 tries in internationals (a French record)


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In that sense the book really took a large picture of how all these things merged together, and in some way became Richard Blanco.

Richard Blanco made waves in 2013 when he was the first immigrant, Latino, and openly gay man to be the inaugural poet.

After delivering the inaugural poem in 2013, Blanco finally met Obama in May.

After allowing his lesser-known rapper friend, the shrieking Psycho Egyptian, to stall until he was ready, Blanco takes the stage.

Richard Blanco, who is speaking Monday, will be the first gay Latino inaugural poet.

Joseph Blanco White, an English preacher and controversial writer, died, aged 67.

During the first year of the deposit the strata are white, and the guano is then called Guano Blanco.

In 1870, after various victories and defeats, Guzman-Blanco caused himself to be declared Dictator.

Fort Blanco or the white tower was next assaulted, but with more bravery than success.

Coco mamillaris, Blanco, of the Philippines is a variety of the cultivated Cocos nucifera.

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