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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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autism genetic resource exchange (AGRE) families (62) and the third using a caucasion sample group (63).
Furthermore, drugs had typically been used recreationally by all classes of both Caucasion and Chinese throughout the 19th century.
The ethnic composition of teachers was 60 percent Hispanic and 40 percent Caucasion.
Eighty-six percent (n = 928) were Caucasion, 12% (n = 106) were African American, and the remaining teachers were from other racial groups.
Additionally, the size of the sample, as well at its demographic composition (college students, primarily Caucasion, in a large Midwest city) limits the generalizability of the results.
I have had Jewish students attend Pentecostal services, African American Evangelical students attend Morman and Brethren meetings, Caucasion Protestants attend Latin Mass, Caucasion Catholics attend Buddhist meditations, Caucasion Agnostics attend Presbyterian churches, even very conservative Caucasion Evangelical students attend a congregation primarily serving the gay community.
Mentors were primarily Caucasion female senior year nursing students.
would you class him as a man of pure Caucasion [sic] blood?
5 mg iodide as the potassium salt, for a period of three months, on the results of thyroid function tests and thyroid volume by ultrasonometry in ten euthyroid caucasion women," Optimox Research Info, March 16, 2002.
as although I appear obviously of caucasion [sic] descent, I wear a traditional Muslim headscarf.
Nebraska students were predominantly Caucasion, and Texas students were African American, Hispanic American, and Caucasion.