half-caste

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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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The drug is indicated for the treatment of erectile dysfunction whether the cause is neurological, vascular, psychological or of mixed origin.
Integration is fundamental to the country's wellbeing and pupils should be of mixed origins and religions.
Kim raised the concerns regarding racism, which her daughter may face due to her mixed origins.
I think it's quite an advantage to be a player of mixed origins.
Adrian Popovici retraces the mixed origins of Quebec's civil law and describes the influences underlying Quebec's modern legal culture in terms of its broad, defining concepts.
Unless the law is changed, retailers will be required to identify red meats (beef, lamb, and pork), fish and shellfish, fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables, and peanuts as being from the United States, from another country, or from mixed origins.
I was once roundly criticized by some bullseye pistol shooters because my 45 brass was of mixed origins and none too clean either.
While it is undeniable that there was--and still is--racism in the Spanish Caribbean, social and historical factors contributed to the formation of a nationality of mixed origins.
Because of their highly mixed origins," she added, "GM-constructs tend to be unstable as well as invasive, and may be more likely to spread by horizontal gene transfer.