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Things mexican often describes (“mexican ________”)
government, americans, american, border, people, workers, war, women, immigrants, population, culture, army, economy, history, children, authorities, state, origin, community, society, territory, food, descent, officials, woman, troops, families, law, labor, politics, soldiers, revolution, industry, citizens, students, policy, immigration, market, family, nationals, independence, forces, crisis, nation, restaurant, town, capital, laborers, girl, art, leaders, village, cities, communities, exports, dollars, music, heritage, boy, flag, coast, affairs, rule, president, soil, migrants, empire, youth, oil, towns, officers, citizen, laws, migration, dollar, identity, republic, pesos, girls, nationalism, companies, minister, plateau, frontier, boys, dishes

Descriptive words:
young, texas, old, spanish, american, average, little, native, non, poor, more, anglo, u.s., anti, big, real, fat, modern, dead, typical, ancient, dirty, tall, half, traditional, wealthy, class, true, rural, born, lazy, handsome, looking, rich, uniquely, pure, aged, swarthy, part, prominent, dumb, drunken, ordinary, authentic, eyed, indian, hispano, generation, intelligent, naturalized, peculiarly, northern, less, mixed, elderly, contemporary, chicano, skinned, undocumented, friendly, indigenous, faced, post, illegal, distinguished, armed, speaking, wily, huge

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Book See mexican used in context: 31 rhymes, several books and articles.

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