[ US /ˈɫɑnoʊ/ ]
  1. an extensive grassy and nearly treeless plain (especially in Latin America)
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  • Also, surprising to me, was the skill and energy of Torry Castellano's drumming.
  • Iron Man/Iron Man 2 director Jon Favreau gave us a little treat today … our first real glimpse of Mickey Rourke as the villanous Whiplash in Iron Man 2. Iron Man 2 – Whiplash Revealed! « Giant Killer Squid - Film, Comics, News, Reviews and more
  • Substantial, wholesome, and clean -- though generated by a wet, helpless creature having no personal charms, and which, having passed the phase of life in which it enjoyed the gift of locomotion, has become a plant-like fixture to one spot -- the gas mingles with other diffusions of the reef, recalling villanous salt-petre and sheepdips and brimstone and treacle to the stimulation of the mental faculties generally. My Tropic Isle
  • To study these reclusive animals, he wades barefoot through the swamps of Venezuela's llanos wetlands ecosystem in search of his water-dwelling subjects.
  • The eastern plains, or llanos, account for 60 percent of the country's territory and are sparsely populated, as are the coastal lowlands.
  • The elderly Thaumaturge, dressed all in grey samite, lifted Ullanoth's right hand, which had been partially covered by her gown. IRONCROWN MOON: PART TWO OF THE BOREAL MOON TALE
  • Like his men, he wears a motley garb, -- part Spanish uniform, part costume of the Llanos; and he leans upon a lance, decorated with a black bannerol, which has carried death already to innumerable Loyalist hearts. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 16, February, 1859
  • However, Peruvian Spanish (or Castellano as they called the language there) has infiltration from the native languages like Quechua, much like Mexican Spanish has from the native languages, especially Nahuatl. Tu preterite form
  • In spite of Pelican Bay's harsh conditions, authorities allege Castellanos continued to command gang members on the street through edicts smuggled out of prison on tiny scraps of paper known as "kites. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • To find the snakes, he wades - barefoot - in the knee-deep water of the Venezuelan llanos, the lowland savannah that is flooded each year during rainy season.
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