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Synonyms for Latino

a native of Latin America

an artificial language based on words common to the Romance languages

related to a Spanish-speaking people or culture


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Sylvia Mendoza, a Latina journalist whose previous book titles include the romance novels Serenade, Flights of Passion, Waves of Passion, and On Fire, is the author of the ambitious new Book of Latina Women, which profiles 150 important and influential Latinas "from all periods in history and all walks of life.
Networking company Lucent Technologies has announced its inclusion in the 2004 LATINA Style 50 report, which rates Lucent as one of the 50 best companies for Latinas to work for in the United States.
Hay muchas marcas en America Latina que podrian convertirse en cosas univer-sales.
Hilton Worldwide today announced its inclusion as one of the "50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work For" in LATINA Style Magazine's annual LATINA Style 50 Report.
This year LATINA Style is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in providing the Latina community with information that makes a difference in their everyday lives, and we are happy to honor MetLife in this year's Top 50 Best Companies for Latinas," said Robert E.
Robert Bard, the CEO of Latina Style, is a passionate, patriotic leader who has devoted his life to advocating for the professional development of Latinas in the U.
I am thankful for the incredible contributions of our Latina associates.
We are extremely proud to be included by LATINA Style on their list of 50 Best Companies for Latinas to work for an amazing 18th time," Aflac Chairman and CEO Dan Amos said.
Latina Teachers: Creating Careers and Guarding Culture
3 billion and Latinas account for 13% in all cosmetic spending to date.
A lot of our husbands had lost their jobs in the bad economy and Latinas were rising to the occasion, starting businesses.
The forum in New York was organized as a gathering where today's Nueva Latinas could share real-life stories and cultural themes that loom large in, their lives, the company says.
Mary's Latina Summer Academy works to instill a desire for higher education into participants, who are young Latinas in the ninth and 10th grades from anywhere in the country.
Hispanic women are the ones in the driver's seat, according to a recent report published by Nielsen, which notes that these women, also called Latinas, are expected to represent 30% of the total female population by 2060, while the non-Hispanic white female population is expected to drop to 43%.
Ramirez calls the series a "wasted opportunity" to portray Latinas in a different light, based on her viewing of the minute-long trailer to promote the show.