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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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It's a combination of putting in some new features and streamlining the display," Latini said.
The political teleology of Li livres dou Tresor allows claiming that Latini's temporary appropriation of French is just a facade that conceals support for a political structure--the city-state--foreign to the French territory where Latini redacted his Li livres dou Tresor but familiar to the author's place of origin.
First, he argues that Latini, adapting the Nichomachean Ethics for a royal audience, shifts from Aristotle's philosophical explanation of the nature of virtue to a pragmatic, educative application of Aristotle's principles to the needs of a ruler.
Even in his translation of this episode from the Commedia, George renders "Ser Brunetto" as "Meister Brunetto," thereby awarding Latini the honorific so reverentially used by George's disciples to address him (George 10/11:28).
Maira Moreira Morais (1) *, Roberta Ferreira Miranda (1), Kariny Barroso-Silva (2) and Anderson Oliveira Latini (3)
Latini AO, Lima-Junior DP, Giacomini HC, Latini RO, Resende DC, Espirito-Santo HMV, Barros DF, Pereira TL (2004) Alien fishes in lakes of the Doce river basin (Brazil): Range, new occurrences and conservation of native communities.
52, 92) (7), esta obra tiene la valia de rescatar del olvido la obra de Latini, antes de que otros especialistas fijaran en ella su atencion (pp.
Sales of gluten-free products are especially strong," says Anthony Latini, manager of the Raleigh store.
The hero of this tale is Brunetto Latini (Dylan Skye Kennedy), a real-life Florentine scholar who may have been Dante's mentor.
Simone Marchesi elegantly focuses on Dante's exile and suggests that his representation straddles the models of Ovid and Brunetto Latini.
El tema de la dignidad en el mundo romano es abordado por dos trabajos: <<H concepto de dignidad del hombre en la epoca romana,, (Carmen Codofier), y <<La fragilidad del mundo en los Poetae Latini Aevi Carolini>> (Aurelio Gonzalez Ovies).