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Latino

A person in the United States with roots, however defined, in a predominately Spanish-speaking country, especially but not necessarily in Latin America. Latino is an ethnicity rather than a race for U.S. Census Bureau purposes. Latinos form one of the largest American minorities.
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The Fait des Romains enjoyed more success, both in Italy and France, after it had been used by Brunetto Latini, transcribed in Italy, and translated as the Fatti di Cesare.
Yet his poetry has had two distinguished editors--Angelo Mai in the early nineteenth century, and Ludwig Traube who included it in Volume III of the Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Poetae Latini Aevi Karolini (1896).
Latini added the remainder 50 per cent of property addicts have delayed having a baby by less than two years to get on the property ladder.
Rockwell, 98, died Wednesday, January 7, 2015.She leaves her niece, Arlene Latini, and her husband, Bob, of Clinton; two grandnieces; two great-grandnephews, and one great-grandniece.
Alessandro and Laleh Latini, a married couple living in Alameda, in January launched their Internet-based furniture company SOBU--named after their children Sofia and Bruno.
The last has two entries, not cross-referenced, to Brunetto Latini (first and surname), both including Latini's Tresor, but giving different page numbers.
Eugene playwright Johnny Ormsbee says his latest one-act play, "Latini in Dark World," is "a creation myth, drenched in metaphor and filled with references to the works of such literary giants as Dante and Milton."
Sterchi takes as his starting point various books of moral education found in the libraries of the Burgundian nobility, ranging from a French translation of Poggio Bracciolini's Latin version of Xenophon's Cyropaedia to several medieval treatises (such as Brunetto Latini) and contemporary advice books, such as Hugues de Lannoy's Enseignement de vraie noblesse.
The third chapter, "La poesia in Toscana" (29-42), treats Brunetto Latini, Francesco da Barberino, la lirica siculo-toscana, Guittone d'Arezzo and the guittoniani, and comic-realist poetry (Rustico di Filippo, Cecco Angiolieri, Folgore da San Gimignano).