Caucasian


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a number of languages spoken in the Caucasus that are unrelated to languages spoken elsewhere

of or relating to the geographical region of Caucasia

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of or relating to Caucasian people

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The definitive split between Daesh and Al-Qaeda filtered down to its Chechen and Caucasian elements.
These differences in age and stage highlight important differences in tumor biology, genomics, and patterns of care that contribute to the disparity in breast cancer survival between Caucasian and African American women.
Following the Russian invasion, many Caucasian nations united in resistance to harsh Tsarist rule in what became known as the Caucasian War.
21,22 As the cephalometric analysis routinely used for diagnosis and treatment planning in orthodontics is generally based on Caucasian cephalometric standards, there has been concern on elaborating a cephalometric analysis more specific to young Pakistani patients.
Study author Douglas Bell, from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the National Institutes of Health, said they have identified a DNA sequence variation in a protein implicated in cancer that is more prevalent in Caucasians than Africans.
Speaking of the in-store experience, Asian-Americans are less likely than their Caucasian counterparts to clip coupons and create a shopping list in preparation for their shopping trips.
And not only did they demonstrated no hostility to "Caucasians," but saw in the members of North Caucasian Resistance their potential allies in fighting regime.
Using a questionnaire focused on the frequency of food intake, researchers examined 976 African-American and 873 Caucasian women with breast cancer and 1,165 African-American and 865 Caucasian women without cancer.
More than one in five African-American shoppers (21% compared to 13% of Caucasian shoppers) use their phone to read product reviews and maintain shopping lists, and one in five Hispanic shoppers (20%) use their mobile device to compare prices on products, according to The Checkout, an ongoing shopper behavior study conducted by The Integer Group and M/A/R/C Research.
At a gathering of Korean Presbyterian clergy serving Caucasian congregations, I heard a good response to this.
3% of its 48,699 enrolled students being Caucasian and 95% of its students having Florida residency status (UCFOIR, 2009).
The ethnic conflict between Kyrgyz and Caucasian people happened in Zhany-Zher village, Chui oblast near a school.
CRP levels in Caucasian women were also higher than those in African-American men, although these men had disproportionately higher rates of cardiovascular disease than Caucasian women.
The horizontal axis clearly reflects continent-level differences in ancestry--comparing an African-American's DNA with a Caucasian's (green dots) produces the biggest difference, while comparing DNA from a Caucasian with another Caucasian (yellow dots), or an African-American with an African-American (blue dots), produces less difference.
Our main goal in organizing the workshop and in editing the current issue is to bring together young linguists working on the relatively less studied Caucasian languages, and to offer them a forum for the exchange of ideas, for comparison of data and of different methods of analysis, as well as for potential future collaborations.