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Synonyms for Caucasian

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

of or relating to the geographical region of Caucasia


of or relating to Caucasian people


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The proportion and odds ratios of perceived and diagnosed non-food allergies among Caucasians and non-Caucasians (n = 7995)
Caucasian women were more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer, but African American women were more likely to die from it.
Yung kanilang features pwede pagkamalan na Caucasians pero wala ho napatunayan na meron talagang Caucasians sa field, De Lima said at a press conference Thursday.
However, when comparing the results of the present study with international studies it can be seen that the measurements of the Pakistani population are unique and quite significantly different than the other races like the Caucasians,24 Saudis34 and Brazilians.
Increased testicular cancer risk among Caucasian men is a result of a trade-off to protect them from harmful ultraviolet rays.
And here Partisans started to follow the North Caucasian resistance, which strongly supported them, as publication in The Kavkaz Center (an independent, extremist website covering Chechnya's Islamic world) demonstrated.
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.
Forty-five African American and 49 Caucasians with osteoarthritis of the knee completed questionnaires concerning knee symptoms and underwent tests of heat and pain sensitivity.
The data shows that African-Americans are significantly more attached than Caucasians to the following brands: Lexus, General Motors, Google, Fidelity, Slim Fast, UPS, Tide, Pampers, Jell-O, Doritos, Dawn, Oreos, Ragu, Campbell Soups, Yoplait, Dentyne, Charmin, Bounty, Betty Crocker, Walmart, the Gap, Lowe's, Macy's and Levi's.
At a gathering of Korean Presbyterian clergy serving Caucasian congregations, I heard a good response to this.
East Asians and Western Caucasians differ in terms of the features they think constitute an angry face or a happy face," she added.
A protein in the blood that is considered to be a key indicator of future heart disease may vary considerably in women and men and between African-Americans and Caucasians, according to research at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.
Caucasians, compared to non-Caucasians, agreed more strongly that the faculty appeared to be from diverse backgrounds, that they were satisfied with the level of diversity among faculty, and that faculty respected diversity among students; Non-Caucasians agreed more strongly that faculty diversity contributed their educational experiences.
Even though the African American patients were more likely to have high blood pressure and were more likely to have been on dialysis longer than Caucasians before they received a transplant, the researchers found they were 46% less likely to die over the next nine or 10 years than the Caucasian recipients.