Some 70 years later, when we actually must ``waste half our juice'' in Los Angeles assimilating
ever more immigrants - both legal and illegal - into our schools, keeping track of a burgeoning youth population, and accommodating even high-school-age immigrant kids still illiterate in their native language, is it any wonder that our schools are not ``doing so well?
Once here, gay Latino immigrants face new, more complex pressures: coming out, assimilating
with the larger gay culture without succumbing to its excesses, and somehow retaining ties with their hispanidad.
For example, across the ideological spectrum, they all invoke some external, impersonal assimilating
But by all indications, Hispanics, who comprise the vast majority of immigrants these days, are assimilating
more quickly and learning English faster than previous immigrant groups.
The rating incorporates AMETEK's diversification across product lines and geographic markets, effective cost controls, consistent cash flow, and a disciplined approach to making and assimilating
acquisitions that support the company's growth strategy.
newcomers has been the eternal struggle of this nation.
Management has been extremely successful this year attracting qualified acquisitions candidates, assimilating
assets, developing its operational infrastructure, and developing its new business network nationwide.
Census data and more recent population surveys, the survey challenges notions that Latino and Asian immigrants are somehow different and aren't assimilating
The company is assimilating
the assets in multiple tranches to ensure a successful transition and to carefully manage the build-up of its corporate infrastructure.
Future events may involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, uncertainties regarding: the availability of businesses and technologies that we can acquire to help us reach our goal of $500 million in revenue; our ability to acquire and profitably assimilate into our existing infrastructure such businesses and technologies given the complexity of assimilating
and integrating such acquisitions; our ability to fund such acquisitions using the capital markets, particularly given the volatility and unpredictability of such markets; and other risks detailed from time to time in the "Risk Factors" section of our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A soulless bunch of semi-computerized drones who wander the galaxy assimilating
all in their path - that is, turning every organic life form they can grab into one of their wired-up legion.
The ratings also consider the weaker retail environment and risks associated with expanding its store base as well as assimilating
its recent acquisitions.
The United States has a long history of immigrants assimilating
and making a conscious decision not to teach the native tongue to their children.