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  • noun Plural form of Chicano.

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Examples

  • If you listen, he says the word Chicanos, in the middle of a regular English sentence,with an accent that makes him sound like Freddy Fender, who I happened to also be listening to today.

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  • If you listen, he says the word Chicanos, in the middle of a regular English sentence,with an accent that makes him sound like Freddy Fender, who I happened to also be listening to today.

    Obama’s Dialectal Skills

  • She gave Markley simple, accurate information about distribution to media outlets for his anniversary, and when she found out that he was a District 11 resident, proceeded to invite him to a special districtwide party for the "Chicanos" exhibit at the deYoung.

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  • She gave Markley simple, accurate information about distribution to media outlets for his anniversary, and when she found out that he was a District 11 resident, proceeded to invite him to a special districtwide party for the "Chicanos" exhibit at the deYoung.

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  • I mean, the Chicanos want all kinds of things, they really want to make it.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • The show's title, "Elite of the Obscure," came from Gamboa, who also coined other memorable terms, such as "urban exiles," "phantom culture" and "orphans of modernism" to refer to Asco and metropolitan Chicanos in general.

    Max Benavidez: Asco Returns Triumphant to LACMA

  • Hollywood barely acknowledged Chicanos and other Latinos during the height of Asco's creativity.

    Max Benavidez: Asco Returns Triumphant to LACMA

  • The show's title, "Elite of the Obscure," came from Gamboa, who also coined other memorable terms, such as "urban exiles," "phantom culture" and "orphans of modernism" to refer to Asco and metropolitan Chicanos in general.

    Max Benavidez: Asco Returns Triumphant to LACMA

  • Here in the Sonoran Desert, we, and who ascribe to being Chicanos under the Construct for Native American/Chicano/Hispanic/Latino, firmly believe in the now historical notion that “No Native American will die in Israel!”.

    Matthew Yglesias » After the Two-State Solution

  • Hollywood barely acknowledged Chicanos and other Latinos during the height of Asco's creativity.

    Max Benavidez: Asco Returns Triumphant to LACMA

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