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  • noun Plural form of bracero.

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Examples

  • Attorneys for the laborers - called "braceros" - said they were heartened that as a result of the settlement, the Mexican government had allowed all those who worked between 1942 and

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  • Attorneys for the laborers - called "braceros" - said they were heartened that as a result of the settlement, the Mexican government had allowed all those who worked between 1942 and

    Belleville News Democrat: Homepage

  • Attorneys for the laborers - called "braceros" - said they were heartened that as a result of the settlement, the Mexican government had allowed all those who worked between 1942 and

    The Hive - A community site of the Modesto Bee

  • Attorneys for the laborers - called "braceros" - said they were heartened that as a result of the settlement, the Mexican government had allowed all those who worked between 1942 and

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  • Last year, a settlement between the workers -- known as "braceros" -- and the Mexican government provided $3,500 for qualified workers, who fought for years to collect money that was deducted from their paychecks and sent to Mexico.

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  • Attorneys for the laborers - called "braceros" - said they were heartened that as a result of the settlement, the Mexican government had allowed all those who worked between 1942 and

    Kentucky.com: Homepage

  • As the Mexican-immigrant workers called braceros age, a touring exhibit tells their stories.

    Tales From the Field Hit the Road

  • Once in this country, the braceros were all but powerless and were bound to a single employer.

    In the Strawberry Fields

  • Among those to be honored during this weekend's celebration of National Train Day will be those Mexican "braceros," or guest workers, who toiled on mid-20th century railroads and are a fundamental part of railway history in the United States.

    HispanicTips

  • Among those to be honored during this weekend's celebration of National Train Day will be those Mexican "braceros," or guest workers, who toiled on mid-20th century railroads and are a fundamental part of railway history in the United States.

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