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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Likewise, when it came to single ethnic group representation, the study found that minorities were still seldom shown without a Caucasian model in the ad, while Caucasians were much more frequently shown as a single ethnic group.
A total of 31 mothers of African-American group and a total of 41 mothers of Caucasian group completed the PSI and the Demographic Questionnaire.
Only 47% of low-income high school graduates immediately enroll in college or trade school, compared with 82% of high-income students; and only 18% of African Americans and 19% of Hispanic high school graduates earn a bachelor's degree by the time they are in their late 20s, compared with 35% of Caucasians (National Center for Education Statistics [NCES], Condition of Education 1999, as cited in Education Trust, 2000).
Drug cases were filed against African-American youth at five times the rate of Caucasian youth (17 percent vs.
192] functional genotype distribution (as assessed by DZOase/POase ratios) and PONl enzymatic activities (paraoxon and diazoxon hydrolysis, phenyl acetate hydrolysis) in the serum of 200 African-American and Caucasian southerners.
For whatever reason, no congregations within their language or ethnic group are looking for clergy, so the ministers seek calls in Caucasian churches.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether differences in scores on measures of depression and alcohol use existed between a sample of Caucasian and African-American adolescents.
For example, compare the very early success of Spike Hughes who, enjoying the exposure of the Caucasian imitator, "soon switched his allegiance to the work of Ellington and Fletcher Henderson" (Francis, Six 8).
The Savannah, Georgia, police found the body of a 72-year-old caucasian male on May 5, 1994.
In the Caucasus this subject is more ancient, a chronological difference which provokes the supposition that the Greeks adopted it from here -- like the myth of Prometheus, chained to a Caucasian rock.
Into paradise come nasty Caucasians, intent on putting them into cages for transport to Western civilization, obviously for nefarious purposes.
Studies in healthy Caucasian Europeans and North Americans show that approximately 1% of the population are homozygous for this deletion (D32), whereas 15% to 20% are heterozygous (5-t)); surprisingly, a higher percentage (up to 20%) of persons at high risk for HIV but HIV-negative are homozygous for this deletion.
The study volunteers were mostly Caucasian males with an average baseline CD4 T cell count of 372 cells/[mm.
I suppose they could be a pair of Caucasian aunts, but my guess is, even your Caucasian aunt would figure that they are lesbians and their family is extending right before our eyes.
Academic delay of gratification, self-efficacy, and final course grades have greater correlations among Caucasian (male and female students) than among minority students.