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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0 Athletics TOTAL 262 82 344 (Source: Authors' Fieldwork 2008) TABLE 11 Area of Interest and Ethnicity AVOCATION Caucasion % Honor Society 181 64.
Conflicting research exists regarding the prevalence of depression in African-American caregivers compared to Caucasion caregivers.
In Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand, compared to the caucasion populations, aboriginal peoples have a lower kidney transplantation rate, although they tend to have high rates of chronic kidney disease.
He had been in a charity-based preschool operated by those of Caucasion descent.
It also said the property "shall at no time be conveyed to, or occupied by owners or tenants of any other than the Caucasion [sic] race.
I hail from a rural, Caucasion, middle-class, Christian farming family.
Non-Caucasian students performed significantly worse on this test than Caucasion students.
We had 104 out of 111 participants complete both the study and the simulation (94% completion rate) with the following demographics: 55% female, 45% male, 71% Caucasion, 8% Hispanic, 8% African American, 4% Asian, and 9% other.