full-blood


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Synonyms for full-blood

of unmixed ancestry

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The full-blood Wagyu beef from Mayura Station has a national and international reputation, with exports of its ultra-premium grain-fed full-blood Wagyu featured in some of the world s finest restaurants and hotels in South East Asia, China and the Middle East.
Nine-month-old Dawn Peters tries on some traditional costume as part of a workshop run by a full-blood Native American Indian at Birmingham's Gas Hall yesterday.
In addition, he considers two Native self-classifications, which represent more behavioral than genetic categories: mixed-blood (tending to accommodate to the outside) and full-blood (tending to conserve identities and values of the past).
The first thing that jumped out at me was that the majority of full-blood and traditional Creeks tended to settle on the western edge of the Oklahoma Creek nation.
In 1800 the Creek population had two divisions: Lower Creek town of Backwoods, Georgia, and with more populace; and full-blood and traditional Upper Creek in central Alabama.
The term full-blood, regarded by some as pejorative, is still in wide circulation, particularly among full-blood Aborigines themselves.