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Eurasian

of mixed European and Asian descent
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Her logic is impeccable that had Eurasians discovered over generations of successive contact between themselves and ADP and other non-Whites that the genetic recessive status of their mutated depigmentation phenotype in combination with their (initial) world numerical minority status made their race vulnerable to genetic disappearance, then the possibility is good for them to have culturally responded with a defensive circle the wagons, us-versus-them siege outlook.
Welsing, Eurasians manifest a psychic reaction to the reality of their self-discovery of being genetically white, an albinistic condition, as against the theretofore norm of hueman, eventuates into a full-blown "Social Dynamic of Racism (White Supremacy) (1974, 35, 1991, 11).
Welsing, this focus of Eurasians is simply driven by the special threat they perceived inherent in reproductive males of African descent--genetic transmission of melanin dominance--thence the castration perpetrations arise across epochs including right up to today (Curry 2016).
Other comparisons among modern populations show genetic contributions from Eurasians in East and West Africa, says Pontus Skoglund, a Harvard geneticist.
West Africa's Yoruba people carry a 7 percent genetic contribution from Eurasians.
The Eurasians were getting restless and one big fellow flew out and circled above us.
It was too much pressure for me--my first double opportunity and my pup's first Eurasian experience--and I missed.
I politely thanked Mac, apologized to my pup izzy and then threw out the Eurasian for her to retrieve.
In the 1890s, a small group of French civilians formed non-governmental societies to "protect" abandoned Eurasians from Vietnamese cultural influences, thereby neutralizing the threat they were presumed to pose.
Pomfret (5) by focusing on the diverse and changing attitudes toward the racial formation of abandoned Eurasians that occurred throughout the colonial period 1890-1956.
The book is based on doctoral research conducted in the early 1990s concentrating on a Portuguese Eurasian settlement and a specific land conflict involving the community, the Church, a Eurasian cultural association and property developers.
Goh elegantly uncovers the rather complex plot in this intriguing drama by providing a detailed analysis of the competing interests and stratagems of the various actors: the various residents of Kampung Serani with their differing strategies and motives, the Church, Penang Eurasian Association, the two main developers involved, and the state.