The term became widely used during the Chicano Movement by Mexican Americans to express pride in a shared cultural, ethnic and community identity.
The term Chicano had negative connotations before the Chicano Movement, and still is viewed negatively by more conservative members of this community, but it over time gained more acceptance as an identity of pride within the Mexican-American community in the United States.
Survey plats are part of the official record of a cadastral survey.
Surveying is the art and science of measuring the land to locate the limits of an owner's interest thereon.
So tight, so fly You got me lifted, you got me lifted[Frankie J.]You got me lifted shifted higher than a ceiling And ooh wee it's the ultimate feeling You got me lifted feeling so gifted Sugar how you get so fly?
[Baby Bash]You know its leather when we ride Wood grain and raw hide Doing what we do, watching twins getting high Gurl you keep it so fly with you sweet hunnybuns You was there when the money was gone You'll be there when the money comes Off top I can't lie I love to get blowed You my lil'sugar, I'm yo little chulo And every time we kick it it's off to the groovy Treat you like my sticky ickey or my sweet oowy goowy (fa real though)[Frankie J.]You got me lifted shifted higher than a ceiling And ooh wee it's the ultimate feeling You got me lifted feeling so gifted Sugar how you get so fly?
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From 1995–98, he performed under the stage name Baby Beesh, as part of Dope House Records, after which he changed the last part of the name to "Bash." His first album "Savage Dreams", was followed by On Tha Cool; and Tha Smokin' Nephew, which included the singles "Suga Suga" and "Shorty Doo Wop".
In 2005, Super Saucy was released, its lead single being "Baby, I'm Back", a collaboration with singer Akon.
The Chicano poet and writer Tino Villanueva traced the first documented use of the term as an ethnonym to 1911, as referenced in a then-unpublished essay by University of Texas anthropologist José Limón.
However, a gunboat, the Chicana, was sold in 1857 to Jose Maria Carvajal to ship arms on the Rio Grande.