Caucasian


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Caucasian

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Caucasoid:

see racerace,
one of the group of populations regarded as constituting humanity. The differences that have historically determined the classification into races are predominantly physical aspects of appearance that are generally hereditary.
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Caucasian

, Caucasic
1. a member of the Caucasoid race; a white man
2. a native or inhabitant of Caucasia
3. any of three possibly related families of languages spoken in the Caucasus: North-West Caucasian, including Circassian and Abkhaz, North-East Caucasian, including Avar, and South Caucasian including Georgian
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"This indicates that they have already learned that in Vancouver, both Caucasians and Asians are likely to speak English, but only Asians are likely to speak Cantonese," noted Janet Werker, the study's senior author.
Caucasians didn't lose as much wealth during the Great Recession and have recovered more of it, so white households now hold close to six times the wealth of African American or Hispanic households. Median earnings for white households recovered from the recession by 2016, but earning levels for both black and Hispanic households remained below 2007 levels.
Forests in the lower part predominantly comprise chestnut-leaved oak, ironwood and hornbeam together with black locust, Hirkan fig, Caucasian persimmon, etc.
TABLE 5: DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS OF COMPARISON OF PAKISTANI NORMS WITH ESTABLISHED SOFT TISSUE NORMS FOR CAUCASIAN POPULATION
'When you say that you believe yourself to be Caucasian, tell me why you believe that to be true,' inquired McGraw.
Due to the lower body mass index (BMI) and other different demographics of Asian patients compared with that of Caucasian patients [9],[14] and the complicate genetic and pharmacogenetic ethnic background [15],[16] or variable response to antidiabetic treatment,[17],[18],[19] the placebo effect of glucose control and body weight control between the two ethnicities might be different.
Tchekhanovets investigates the Armenian, Georgian, and Caucasian Albanian Christian communities in the Holy Land during the Byzantine and Early Islamic periods.
Overall survival was assessed as the primary end point, and was compared for 7,528 Caucasian patients and 500 African-American patients.
Other small groupings of North Caucasian fighters are still active in a limited capacity.
The Phase I single-centre study involved 60 healthy Japanese and Caucasian subjects who received a single ascending dose or multiple doses.