Spanish America

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Spanish America

the parts of America colonized by Spaniards from the 16th century onwards and now chiefly Spanish-speaking: includes all of South America (except Brazil, Guyana, French Guiana, and Surinam), Central America (except Belize), Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and a number of small Caribbean islands
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UCI) is the media company serving Hispanic America.
A growing force in the country, Hispanic America has made many contributions to many fields, including literature.
The beauty queen was crowned "Miss Sinaloa" in July, and also won the Queen of Hispanic America contest in November in Bolivia.
95 each) offers up a little under 80 pages each of Hispanic America history.
He notes the gated communities that keep the world at bay for bored over-eating residents, and the separate cultures of White, African and Hispanic America.
The Math Basics decks, packaged as two decks per grade level, join other Brain Quest card sets covering general knowledge, America, Presidents, Hispanic America and Black History.
This strategy of establishing small communities within a larger one has a distinguished history in Hispanic America and has been effectively adapted in many U.
No other city in Hispanic America kept such close ties with Spain, particularly Seville.
The results of such scholarship are often disappointing because it fails to recognize the significance of the circum-Caribbean region as a frontier between the British West Indies and Hispanic America.
Coro contains the oldest Jewish cemetery in Hispanic America.
In its third annual "State of Hispanic America," the National Council of La Raza says negative stereotyping by both Hollywood and news organizations is holding down Latino progress in civil rights, education, housing and the economy.

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