noun, plural chi·pot·les [chi-poht-leyz; Spanish chee-pawt-les] /tʃɪˈpoʊt leɪz; Spanish tʃiˈpɔt lɛs/. Mexican Cookery.
Origin of chipotle
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Previous petitions have been aimed at companies like Chipotle, Jack in the Box, Starbucks, and Facebook.Gun Control Group Moms Demand Action Asking Kroger to Ban Guns in Stores
August 18, 2014
No one in Chipotle was frightened or alarmed, because we had two uniformed police officers with our 10-member group.A Gun Owner Speaks: My Case for Open Carry
June 12, 2014
As of Monday, Chipotle joined Starbucks and Jack in the Box in banning the open carry of guns in their stores.Texas Gun Groups’ Circular Firing Squad
May 21, 2014
And if conservatives are against the private company in the case of Chipotle, are they suddenly for government?The Chipotle Anti-Gun ‘Scandal’ Has the Right Up in Arms
May 20, 2014
Chipotle noted in a recent investor letter that they might cut back on their signature guacamole because of avocado scarcity.America’s Next Agricultural Revolution Will Happen Indoors
April 26, 2014
"smoke-dried jalapeño chili," from Mexican Spanish, ultimately a Nahuatl (Aztec) word, said to be a compound of xilli "chili" + poctli "smoke."