He added, disdainfully, that the federal government's policy to issue scrip had been given a wide interpretation such that "every Half-breed
who could ever show that he had been on a reserve got scrip.
In so doing, it followed a precedent inaugurated in the first Indian Act, 1876, which explicitly excluded any "half-breed
in Manitoba who has shared in the distribution of half-breed
lands" or any "half-breed
head of a family (except the widow of an Indian, or a half-breed
who has already been admitted into a treaty)" (Acts 577).
Jefferson haters called the challenger a fraud, a coward, a thief, and "a mean-spirited, low-lived fellow, the son of a half-breed
Indian squaw, sired by a Virginia mulatto father.
wed)They included 30 half-breed
Cheviot Leicesters and one pure-breed Cheviot.
Bonita Lawrence's work is a continuation of powerful works like Howard Adams' Prison of Grass (1975) and Maria Campbell's Half-Breed
(1973) and more recent works by Joseph Bruchac, Bowman's Store (Lee & Low Books, 2001) and Warren Carriou's, Lake of the Prairies (Anchor, 2003).
Deep Reconnaissance Team 2113 is sent there undercover and one of the members is Kadar San, a half-breed
human Zentadon with telepathic powers.
But Reeves, who plays John Constantine born with the ability to recognise half-breed
angels and demons, fails to conjure a single credible emotion - and there's no sexual chemistry with Weisz.
John Constantine (Reeves) was born with a terrible gift: the ability to recognise the half-breed
angels and demons who walk the Earth in human form.
Born with the terrible "gift" of being able to see the half-breed
demons and angels that walk the earth in human form, the tormented youngster was driven to take his own life (a Catholic sin that gets you a one-way ticket to Hell).
Peinado the half-breed
sees himself as the voice of a geography without territory.
Marcus takes his time developing the book's heroes: the capable half-breed
Billy Powell and the noble Abraham, the former military commander who runs the famed sanctuary deep in the Florida Everglades for runaway slaves.
just can't be said in polite company any more.