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monte

A regional term for marijuana from South America.
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Del Monte uses succulent Del Monte Gold[R] pineapples, hand-picked at the peak of ripeness from its farms in Costa Rica, and juice them only with the finest fruit.
Fans are invited to play the Del Monte FRUIT EXPLOSION app for a chance to win an iPad Mini in the grand draw, while the top 3 scorers of each week automatically win exciting Del Monte prizes
I keep Del Monte canned fruits and vegetables in my pantry, and they're the secret ingredient I use to whip up a garden fresh meal in no time.
Now on her first American tour in six years, Monte says that if she had ``recorded only one of the CDs and had to go on tour, I'd have to wait three years to record the other, and it would be a big gap between what I'm doing in concert and what I'm creating.
Apparently, his message reached at least two people, Monte and his brother Mike.
Frank Schaar, executive vice president for standard property and casualty reinsurance at Swiss reinsurer Converium Group, regards Monte Carlo and Baden-Baden as the most important events on the European reinsurance calendar.
Vista del Monte, part of the Front Porch organization (the largest Southern California-based nonprofit provider of retirement housing, healthcare, and other services to seniors), opened its Fitness & Aquatic Center in January 2000, and the community has been reaping the benefits ever since.
Reduced to its rudiments, Monte Carlo technology allows the user to repeatedly simulate the results of an activity with an uncertain outcome much like a gambler rolling dice over and over.
Instead of galloping off on horses to monitor the ranch, as their predecessors did, rural hands at Monte Dinero tend the ranch on off-road motorcycles.
However, it did not sustain the accuracy-related penalty, because Monte had provided complete and accurate information to his tax adviser and relied on his advice.
Already signaled in her important article (Journal of Modern History 31 [1989]: 487-511) is the author's discovery of Grand Duke Cosimo's utilization of the monte as a source of inexpensive credit for himself, his family and his clients.