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Hispanic

1. relating to, characteristic of, or derived from Spain or the Spanish
2. US a US citizen of Spanish or Latin-American descent
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We conclude the articles with a study by O'Hare, Shen, and Sherrer that compares suicide attempts among African American, white, and Hispanic people with severe mental illness.
Edgar Antillon says the celebration planned for June 11 is a justified response to what he sees as similar events laid on for black and Hispanic people.
So I have always tried to relate to Hispanic people in such a way that lets them know that I am part of their family"
As is true in all of Texas, Hispanic people are a growing percentage of the population.
Diana Smith-Baker, a white Manhattan resident and Quaker, said it was important for people of all races and religions to bring attention to ''the inequities toward black people and Hispanic people by the police department.
In the US, employee base consist of 57 percent white, 34 percent Asian, 4 percent Hispanic people, and only 2 percent Black employees, The Verge reported.
of the University of Sydney and his colleagues suggested that the decline was partly the result of demographic changes, such as the increase in the proportion of Hispanic people but also was likely influenced by the withdrawal of Medicaid coverage for circumcision in 18 states.
Boom year for Hispanic marketing--Two developments will make this year a fantastic one for marketing to Hispanic people.
I help a lot of Hispanic people here, including a population of Venezuelans who are my friends.
The results for Hispanic people were similar but not statistically significant, the researchers said.
Over the years, I've tried to get the word out to other physicians; at the same time, I've learned about the impact of MS on Hispanic people and their communities.
But the market for Hispanic stores - not Hispanic people - is small.

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