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half-caste

Offensive a person having parents of different races, esp the offspring of a European and an Indian
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Before starting a hybrid breeding program in the 1980s, CIMMYT conducted several diallel studies with different germplasm sources to detect heterotic patterns in the germplasm with mixed origin (Crossa et al.
As his name suggests, he's of mixed origin the progeny of an Italian mum and Danish dad who supped a few Carlsbergs too many one night.
The guidelines also provide guidance for products of mixed origin, such as ground beef, including products produced both in foreign markets and in the U.
It explains that the class at California State University Fresno was made up of 17 students; 13 of these students identified themselves as having Mexican origins while 4 students identified themselves as being of other mixed origin.
Examples are the process for extending the pan-European mixed origin system to the Mediterranean counties.
In the twentieth century, choreographers began applying Spanish vocabulary of mixed origin to the orchestrations of flamenco rhythms and Andalusian melodies by classical and zarzuela [Spanish operetta] composers.
By the 1960s half the Basque population was of either immigrant or mixed origin, so a movement confined to those with Basque surnames, or from speakers of Euskera, would always remain a minority.
Studies reported in Medical Tribune (5/17/90) showed that hypertension is highest among the darker-skinned individuals and lower among lighter-skin blacks of mixed origin.
The provision would require meat and meat products to carry one of four country-of-origin labels: 1) Product of the United States for meat products derived from animals born, raised and slaughtered in the United States; 2) mixed origin meat for products derived from animals that are not exclusively born, raised, and slaughtered in the United States (such products could be "Product of the United States and [Country X and/or Y]".
In addition to this, mixed country of origin displays contravene EU regulations and also ignore advice recently issued by the regulatory authorities which makes it quite clear that product from different countries must be separated or notices advising that product of mixed origin is on display used instead," Mr Forster said.
The NBA has seen many examples of mixed origin beef being offered for sale but has yet to see any of these notices.