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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We Filipinos here in Spain would like to express our gratitude to the Spanish people for this great honor.
Spanish people see nothing wrong in the brutality of the bullfight, when the bull is tormented for a long time and then wounded in the neck and shoulder such that it cannot fight any more, so we have an unfair fight.
Spanish people see nothing wrong in the brutality of the bull fight, when the bull is tormented for a long time, and then wounded in the neck and shoulder such that it cannot fight anymore, so we have an unfair fight.
Lebanon urges the return of the political stability to united Spain in a way that will serve the interests and unison of the Spanish people," the statement concluded.
We respect the territorial integrity and the constitution of Spain and the will of Spanish people," the statement said, adding the "unilateral" decision of the Catalan Parliament was not in line with Spain's constitution and laws, as well as the will of the Spanish people and the people living in the region.
Celebrations of the occasion in Spain are held on two days, during which the Spanish people are welcomed in military museums, palaces, the National Library and many other state institutions.
We send our solidarity to the King of Spain, the Spanish Government and the Spanish people, particularly to the people of Barcelona,ae1/4Ci said Abbas.
In a statement he expressed deep shock on the horrific incident and as well as demonstrated firm solidarity with the Spanish people specially families of the victims.
He said that 'our sympathies are with the bereaved families and we express solidarity with the Spanish people as well as the bereaved families.
HM the King offered deepest condolences to King Felipe VI, as well as to the families of the victims and the friendly Spanish people, reiterating Bahrain's firm stance against such terrorist crimes.
Le Drian expressed in a statement his "deep emotion" over the attack and said he would travel to Barcelona today "to visit the French victims of this cowardly act and affirm France's support to the Spanish people and authorities.
Tunisia expressed full solidarity with the Spanish people and its support for the Spanish government in its fight against cowardly terrorist acts, the Foreign Ministry Friday said in a press release.