Caucasian

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Caucasian

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Caucasoid:

see racerace,
one of the group of populations regarded as constituting humanity. The differences that have historically determined the classification into races are predominantly physical aspects of appearance that are generally hereditary.
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Caucasian

, Caucasic
1. a member of the Caucasoid race; a white man
2. a native or inhabitant of Caucasia
3. any of three possibly related families of languages spoken in the Caucasus: North-West Caucasian, including Circassian and Abkhaz, North-East Caucasian, including Avar, and South Caucasian including Georgian
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Ablynx NV's (EBR: ABLX) single and multi-dose Phase I study has seen comparable pharmacokinetics (PK) of caplacizumab in Japanese and Caucasian subjects, the company announced on Thursday.
We found that the proportion (95% CI) of perceived non-food allergies (respiratory allergies categorized as hay fever/seasonal allergies/dust allergies and animal fur/dander allergies) was significantly higher among Caucasians (4.
Again, using the SEER program and examining data from 2005-2011, 62% of Caucasians had localized disease (cancer confined to the breast and potentially curable) versus 53% of African Americans.
Based on the report by the Special Investigation Team composed of members of the National Prosecution Service and National Bureau of Investigation, no Americans or Caucasians were killed during the clash in Mamasapano.
A comparison of the angular and linear measurements according to the Jarabak\'s analysis in the Pakistani and Caucasian population showed that the Pakistani males had all of their angular as well as linear measurements significantly different than the Caucasians including the saddle angle, gonial angle, articular angle, upper gonial angle and lower gonial angle, (p less than 0.
They found that KITLG activation by p53 is crucial for cancer processes, including cell proliferation, and found it was much more common in Caucasians than Africans, explaining why testicular cancer is more common among the latter.
Previous research has shown that African Americans rate comforting messages as less favorable than Caucasians and that they do not differentiate between high and low quality comforting messages.
At that time, common criminals and North Caucasian (mostly Chechen) resistance lived in sort of different universes and espoused absolutely different values.
Asian-Americans also tend to live in households with more members than Caucasian households.
African Americans have, on average, lower vitamin D levels compared to Caucasians, which may help explain some of the health disparities observed between these populations.
The company quantified the emotional hold of brands and media and found that African-Americans were more attached to most brands than Caucasians.
As a former search committee member said about the first generation immigrant minister their congregation called, "There were other candidates, including Caucasians.