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 n.— «Clinic owners—usually private-practice doctors—hire flyeros, as they are known in Spanglish, to distribute fliers in the 4th Street shopping district in Santa Ana, a city where 74% of the population speaks Spanish.» —“To Some, the Best Remedy” by Jennifer Mena Los Angeles Times May 2, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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