- n a Latin American (disparaging) term for foreigners (especially Americans and Englishmen)
- Critics, who are questioning whether the alleged coup plot was actually real, were quick to suggest that this latest anti-gringo outburst would conveniently deflect attention away .
- Bush certainly found that out when the international community, in ways rarely seen during the gringo interventionist days of the Cold War, condemned the White House's early .
- Guillermo Arias AP But with nary a gringo dignitary in sight, Mexican officials carried out a less dazzling but nonetheless remarkable operation last weekend that should .
- Lula da Silva in The Associated Press
President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva says no "gringo should stick their nose in where it does not belong."
- Juan Sebastian Veron in Times of India
El Gringo (Heinze) did very well,said Veron, who must get over a minor leg muscle injury if he is to line up against South Korea in Argentina's second match at Soccer City on Thursday.
- Mel Gibson in USA Today
Of eating the food in Mexico, Gibson said: "I have the gringo gut. I was crawling around on my hands and knees some days."