Mexican


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She herself could think of nothing to say about Mexico or the Mexicans.
Madame Ratignolle kissed Edna good-night, and went away, being in truth rather desirous of joining in the general and animated conversation which was still in progress concerning Mexico and the Mexicans.
A few months subsequent to the event just related, the young Mexican settled his accounts with the Rocky Mountain Company, and obtained his discharge.
If it was important for Mexican coach Hugo Sanchez to lead his nation to success against the U.
In search of opportunities to expand, Mexican companies have set their sights on Brazil, where in recent years they have begun to invest heavily.
Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles and the Remaking of its Mexican Past.
Mexican-American refers to individuals of Mexican descent, regardless of their country of origin (the United States or Mexico).
I share my pilgrimage with regard to HBCT to present and interpret my experience as an expected outcome of the unification agreement between the Mexican Baptist Convention of Texas (MBCT) and the Baptist General Convention of Texas (BGCT).
A wide array of psychological disorders occurs at a much higher rate among Mexican Americans born in the United States than among Mexican Americans born in Mexico, a national study finds.
was a new priest, he had one heck of a time hearing Confessions from Mexicans and Mexican Americans in East Los Angeles.
The Mexican American War forms the background for many of the current tensions between the two countries, including problems along the border, illegal immigration, and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and its economic fallout on both sides of the border.
Similarly, the United States has conducted environmental assessments in its border states, but this is yet to be done in the Mexican border states.
1) Foreign-born Mexican mothers have a higher prevalence of risk factors than white mothers, but fare better on some birth outcomes.
Lack of work and falling crop prices have forced many people to abandon the countryside for Mexican cities or the U.