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Definition of Rico

  • law intended to eradicate organized crime by establishing strong sanctions and forfeiture provisions

How to use rico in a sentence. Rico pronunciation.

They never encountered as deadly a heat, nor a more pernicious climate, in Cuba nor in Porto Rico, than that of southern Florida.
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Select ye important personages, or that they by themselves, becoming severed from rest and composure of the world, may arise and travel throughout Alaska, the Republic of Mexico, and south of Mexico, in the Central American Republics, such as Guatemala, Honduras, Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Belize; and through the great South American Republics, such as Argentine, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, French Guiana, Dutch Guiana, British Guiana, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile; also in the group of the West Indies Islands such as Cuba, Haiti, Porto Rico, Jamaica and Santo Domingo, and the group of Islands of the Lesser Antilles, the Islands of Bahama and the Islands of Bermuda; likewise to the Islands of the east, west and south of South America, such as Trinidad, Falkland Islands, Galapago Islands, Juan Fernandez and Tobago.
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As the arrangement referred to, however, did not embrace the islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico, discriminating duties to the prejudice of American shipping continue to be levied there.
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To the House of Representatives_: I transmit herewith to the House a report from the Secretary of State, containing the instructions and other papers called for by the resolution of the House of the 14th ultimo, "relative to the trade between the United States and the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico," etc.
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The act of Congress to countervail the discriminating duties to the prejudice of our navigation levied in Cuba and Puerto Rico has been transmitted to the minister of the United States at Madrid, to be communicated to the Government of the Queen.
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This does not include the Philippine Islands, Hawaii, or Porto Rico.
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A conservative estimate of the population of the Philippine Islands is 8,000,000; that of Hawaii, by the census of 1897, was given at 109,020; and the present estimated population of Porto Rico is 900,000.
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During the next half century Haiti, called Hispaniola ("Spanish Isle"), served as a starting point for the occupation of Puerto Rico, Cuba (1508), and other islands.
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AT SAN JUAN DE PORTO RICO.
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The run to Porto Rico took some days.
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For three days the Brooklyn cruised around Porto Rico.
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Once more the vessels were in the open sea clear of San Juan de Porto Rico.
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The third day from Porto Rico found the cruiser lying off Mulas.
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The gun-boat having already arrived at the last named place, the story of the gallant fight at San Juan de Porto Rico was already public property.
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I transmit herewith to the House a report from the Secretary of State, containing the instructions and other papers called for by the resolution of the House of the 14th ultimo, "relative to the trade between the United States and the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico," etc.
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Young Glory was right," he exclaimed; "the Cristobal Colon has sailed from Porto Rico.
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The American mode of government is being greatly modified to make it fit conditions in Porto Rico.
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It is far from that land of frost and snow to the beautiful island of Porto Rico, washed by tropical seas, through the streets of whose capital there passes every day the carriage of the Governor, with its white-covered upholstery and its livery of white.
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But I add this word: The missionary sent to Porto Rico, be he Catholic or Protestant, must be a man who can stand among statesmen and society men and women, as well as one who can live and work among the humblest folk who lodge in leaf-thatched huts along the roadside or far on lonely hills.
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What is locally true of the Church in Porto Rico is fundamentally true all over the world, at home and abroad.
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Examples of Rico

Example #1
Its first effect upon men just emerging from a bracing Northern winter was akin to prostration.
Example #2
In this climate officers and men, gathered mostly from Northern posts, were to "acclimate" themselves for a tropical campaign-somewhere.
Example #3
Visit ye especially the city of Bahia, on the eastern shore of Brazil.
Example #4
Therefore, O ye believers of God in the United States and Canada!
Example #5
From the extent of the commerce carried on between the United States and those islands, particularly the former, this discrimination causes serious injury to one of those great national interests which it has been considered an essential part of our policy to cherish, and has given rise to complaints on the part of our merchants.
Example #6
As the royal order above alluded to includes the ports of the Balearic and Canary islands as well as those of Spain, it would seem that the provisions of the act of Congress should be equally extensive, and that for the repayment of such duties as may have been improperly received an addition should be made to the sum appropriated at the last session of Congress for refunding discriminating duties.