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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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While black and Hispanic people account for the fewest loan applications in New York City overall, they are denied conventional loans at higher rates than white and Asian people.
According to a separate survey of 99 Hispanics/Latinos who were enrolled in the North American Research Committee on MS (NARCOMS) patient registry, more Hispanic people reported experiencing fatigue, cognitive symptoms, mental health problems and pain than did non-Hispanic people with MS.
The census bureau has yet to release breakdowns for Oregon, but in California, the median age of non-Hispanic white people is 45, and the median age of Hispanic people is 27.
For example, a physician may mistakenly perceive Hispanic people to be superstitious, present oriented, noncompliant, or uninterested in health care, whereas patients perceive the physician's impersonal professional behavior as a lack of interest (Morales et al.
Chuck and Kim sell their shit, and shingles, in an area known as the Quadrangle, where you can also post a letter, buy trousers, see lots of small Hispanic people resting and visit the track chaplain.
I felt the city needed to have a voice for Hispanic people and to give them information," Ituarte said.
There were not enough black or Hispanic people with MS in the study group to determine what effect vitamin D had on their risk.
There was no such connection in black or Hispanic people, possibly because there were so few in the group studied.
A lot of times, people associate Hispanic people with low-end things," Copher said.
The singer, actress and clothes designer is adding another string to her bow as she plans to launch and edit her own magazine, aimed at Hispanic people.
Sabor Latino, John Brown University, third place: An enterprise designed to cater to the entertainment needs of Hispanic people in Arkansas, providing a supply of Spanish movies, books and music to Arkansans.
Though concentrated in key gateway cities and border states, Hispanic people are moving into new regions such as North Carolina, Virginia and Massachusetts, which all have booming Hispanic communities, said PREI.

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