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Coloured

1. an individual who is not a White person, esp a Black person
2. (in South Africa) a person of racially mixed parentage or descent
3. designating or relating to a Coloured person or Coloured people
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Charl Langeveldt, a coloured fast bowler, was allegedly selected to replace Andre Nel, a white fast bowler, to achieve a transformational target.
Some of these classes are so far away many owners don't get a chance to show their coloureds against others.
Riders of coloured horses and ponies could get a chance to compete in more local society show classes if they support the Coloured Horse and Pony Society (CHAPS) North-East region set up over last winter.
The initial idea came from current secretary Frances Scott in Boldon who approached Morpeth coloured horse owner and accountant Carolyn Mouat, the CHAPS national body treasurer.
So he looked at grazing it with native cattle: initially he considered Welsh Blacks, now he's going with Welsh coloureds,' he said.
It was the establishment of the Welsh Black Cattle Society in 1904 that almost put paid to the Welsh coloureds.
The commercial value of Welsh coloureds is the same as any other native breed.
Black came to signify a named political identity for Coloureds, Africans, and Asians, particularly youth activists.
Unfortunately, the comparison with Coloured people in South Africa is not so illuminating as scholars might hope.
Nevertheless a wave of what Woodward calls 'white supremacy extremism' overwhelmed Southern blacks in the period 1890 to 1910 and the coloureds of the Cape Province in the period 1930 to 1956.
Especially in the Cape Peninsula no clear-cut division existed between whites and coloureds whose lower classes lived interspersed.
17) Yet no consensus existed about who the coloureds were.