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 n.— «Growing numbers of Guatemalan and Mexican immigrants are marrying and having U.S.-born children, creating mixed Latino families with ties to three countries at once.…The mixture has become so common in Phoenix, some community members have even coined a name “Guatemexicoestadounidenses,” or Guatemexiamericans, to describe the families.» —“Guatemalans, Mexicans blending as families” by Daniel González Arizona Republic (Phoenix) Dec. 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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