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Eurasian

of mixed European and Asian descent
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Eurasian doves can be found as far north as Iceland and above the Arctic Circle in Norway.
Eurasian doves eat mainly seed and cereal grain such as millet, sunflower, milo, wheat, and corn.
Eurasian doves typically breed and nest close to developed areas where food and water resources are abundant and there are trees for nesting.
The Eurasian cockbird's mating display is one of ritual flight and appears somewhat pigeon-like.
First, colonists suspected that male abandoned Eurasians would, when they reached young adulthood, come to resent their place in the colonial racial hierarchy.
To neutralize the threat that abandoned Eurasians were presumed to pose, French civilians throughout Indochina formed non-governmental Eurasian "protection" societies in the early 1890s.
Some orphanage administrators expressed a belief that the parents of abandoned Eurasians were of morally dubious character.
23) Police, orphanage administrators, and local French civilians reported to the protection societies on Eurasians found living in single-mother homes.
The Central Eurasians, combining their unique skills with horses and the bow, used the chariot to dominate in battle wherever they went in Asia and the Middle East.
The Great Wandering is another key example of how Central Eurasians impacted Western history.
Beckwith well recognizes that his is a revisionist, if not revolutionary, view of the roles assigned by historians through the millennia to the "civilized" world and the "barbarians": "What I have done is to reexamine the more or less unitary received view of Central Eurasians and Central Eurasian history and attempt to revise it," he writes.
If these Central Eurasians followed their usual pattern of intermarrying with the local people, this would suggest that ethnically the Chinese are not even purely Mongolic in origin