In the end, they went with the other actor because I was a double threat, Hispanic and disabled.
The same study found that black and Hispanic applicants will remain even and white enrollment would see a boost.
The Teardrop Rapist began his crime spree in 1996 with the attack of a Hispanic girl.
This prompted a loud chorus of condemnations by Hispanic groups.
Of course, some of the Democrats whom Obama seeks to protect on Election Day are members of the Hispanic Caucus.
It was situated in Hispanic Bœtica, having been built by Marcellus.
Even in the library of the Hispanic Society of America there is no record of him.
Individual Americans took an active interest in their fellows of Hispanic stock and found their interest reciprocated.
Of all the Hispanic nations, however, Brazil was easily the most stable.
Like their Hispanic neighbor on the north, the little republics of Central America were also scenes of political disturbance.
"pertaining to Spain" (especially ancient Spain) 1580s, from Latin Hispanicus, from Hispania "Iberian Peninsula," from Hispanus "Spaniard" (see Spaniard). Specific application to Spanish-speaking parts of the New World is 1889, American English; especially applied since c.1972 to Spanish-speaking persons of Latin American descent living in U.S.