Spanish people

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Noun1.Spanish people - the people of SpainSpanish people - the people of Spain      
nation, country, land - the people who live in a nation or country; "a statement that sums up the nation's mood"; "the news was announced to the nation"; "the whole country worshipped him"
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MADRID, Safar 20, 1437, December 02, 2015, SPA -- Official figures show the number of Spanish people registered as unemployed fell by 27,071 in November, the biggest drop on record for that month and welcome news for the conservative government ahead of Dec.
Five Americans and five Spanish people were also hurt, some tossed in the air and others floored by the rampaging bulls, with one of the Americans gored in the armpit.
The Spanish people fed up with status quo and they are ready for the change, he viewed.
The Syrian Community promised to convey to the Spanish people and Government the true image of the hegemony war and the systematic and organized terrorism inflicted by the terrorist organizations upon Syria, including massacring the civilians and stealing their properties.
In his cable, His Majesty the Sultan has expressed his sincere congratulations along with his best wishes of good health, happiness to King Felipe to lead the Spanish people to further prosperity.
I am proud of the Spanish people and I hope that they are proud of their new King".
This is a new team and this is a very beautiful sport, amazing, and we want to introduce Spanish people to this important world.
During the meeting, the ambassador conveyed greetings of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said along with his best wishes of continuous health, happiness and a long life to King Carlos and the Spanish people further progress and prosperity.
A 2013 study hinted that a group of Spanish people who ate a big midday meal lost more weight than those whose largest meal was a few hours later in the afternoon.
Furthermore, Spanish people claimed to be more satisfied with sexual relations they had with a stable partner (97 percent of men and 96 percent of women) than with a casual partner (88 percent of men and 80 percent of women).
However, he also drew attention to the fact that one in four Spanish people are still unemployed.