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marry within the same ethnic, social, or family group

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Within each group the chances of intermarrying increase for spouses who speak either or both of the languages of the Canadian and Quebec majorities, which can increase opportunities (structural) and improve proximity to the other's culture.
During the Spanish Inquisition redheads were burned at the stake as witches and in Hitler's Germany redheads were barred from intermarrying.
The semi-literate fishermen-traders promoted peace by intermarrying with and adopting customs of the native Mikmaq, who in turn blended the Acadians' Catholicism with their own religion and looked upon the Acadians as family instead of encroachers.
Cherokee women were already intermarrying with white men in large numbers and creating a new kind of Cherokee citizen with ties to the outside white community.
For more than 200 years they have existed, only a handful of them, intermarrying, seldom leaving the island and, by and large, very happy.
As the population grew and became more urban, however, the one-name system led to confusion and inadvertent intermarrying, and currently all Mongolians are required to register clan names.
Hundreds of years of intermarrying among the aristocracy and here's what we're left with - the British equivalent of banjo-playing, Appalachian inbreeds.
Are the second and third generations of non-English-speaking ancestries who have married outside their ethnic group intermarrying with the Anglo-Celtic Australian majority or with people of similar ethnicities?
In intermarrying, the Jewish partner's links to the Jewish community might well have been severed.
Whitley, who discovered the human remains in this area while doing consulting work for Newhall Land in 1994, said the two tribes were small, intermarrying over the centuries.
As New York Times reporter Jason dePerle summed up in his October 9, 1994, article on Murray: "Smart people intermarrying will produce smart children; the disadvantaged will pass down their intractable handicaps; and the gap between the classes will grow.
There is a tendency to see such border areas as simple and vacant, but Keating convincingly shows the enormous complexity of native, Metis (half-native, half-white), French, English, and American individuals intermingling, intermarrying, and interworking.
Tracing their histories from their first contacts in Florida in the 18th century to the present, he offers extensive evidence that the two groups co-existed and cooperated but did not do nearly as much intermingling or intermarrying as often assumed.
100 Years Ago William Theophilus Harvey (49), a builder's foreman, was charged at the Birmingham Police Court with intermarrying with Mary Dentry, his first wife being then and now alive.
In Bosnia, people who have lived side by side for generations without strife, intermarrying, would not have become maniacs overnight unless they had been incited.