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Origin of Carioca
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But at once he rejected the idea, angry with himself, and hastened his step towards Carioca square, there to take a tilbury.Brazilian Tales|Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis
Your average Carioca servant is either fawning or covertly insolent.
The nickname of the inhabitants of Rio is Carioca, from this fountain.
The barracks of the Carioca are built, and the other barracks are prepared.