Negroid


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26) See Okizaki, supra note 1, at 467 ('"There is a common popular understanding that there are three major human races--Caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Negroid.
In fact we do have a record, resulting from a description put on the Attestation Paper by the medical officer of the features of the recruit eg North European, Mediterranean, Asiatic, African or Negroid, Others etc.
He recalled a debate in one of his classes, an effort to persuade the instructor that it didn't make sense to use terms such as Caucasian, Mongoloid and Negroid to describe different races.
This was paralleled at embryonic level; particularly bizarre to the present-day reader is the notion that the developing human foetus was believed to pass through stages in which it possessed Negroid or Caucasian characteristics (Chambers, p.
And it was intermarriage with Whites which he proposed as guaranteeing less Negroid features in future generations.
A mulatto resulting from the mating of a Negroid with a Caucasoid human being is still a human being, but she is neither fully Negroid nor fully Caucasoid.
Despite its "inflation," or swollen character, however, this last characterization cannot be conflated into unmistakably Negroid features.
Woodruff, who saw pigmentation as the most distinctive racial characteristic, wrote that "the Semitic type is the link between the Negro and Aryan, and indeed its southern branches are called negroid.
More worryingly in his schema, these children are also likely to exhibit `certain deleterious cultural traits', especially if the influence is Negroid.
His facial features were not markedly negroid, but his coloring and black kinky hair were the characteristics that marked him.
Here is what he wrote about the noted socialist Ferdinand Lasalle: "Now this blend of Jewishness and Germanness, on the one hand, and basic negroid stock, on the other, must invariably give rise to a peculiar product.
It's a given that his father wasn't a Jewish man, and the Holy Spirit may well have included Negroid genes in the conception process, with the intent of making Jesus a more universal human.
144) Thus, the trial court accepted Lockheed's view that Al-Khazraji actually acknowledged the familiar division of the human race into only three groupings--Caucasoid, Mongoloid, and Negroid.
Truth and Calliope Slinging each other sous les lauriers: That Alessandro was negroid.
The British Egyptologist Sir Flinders Petrie was more receptive: some pharaohs, he thought, like Zoser of the Third Dynasty, who built the Stepped Pyramid at Saqqara, looked Negroid.