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Jew

1. a member of the Semitic people who are notionally descended from the ancient Israelites, are spread throughout the world, and are linked by loose cultural or religious ties
2. a person whose religion is Judaism
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Chapter Two, "Nationalism, Populism, and the Demise of the Liberal Nation, 1961-1966," focuses on the consequences of the antisemitism, labor unrest and political instability that led many Jewish activists to question notions of Jewish ethnicity and the articulation of nation.
amp;nbsp;Since the two actresses both possess the same Jewish ethnicity, Gadot's ethnicity - in some cases - isn't the problem.
Although it does not explain what those characteristics are, it invokes a "Jewish sensibility" by quoting Woody Allen, the number one pop-cultural icon of Jewish ethnicity, in Annie Hall (1977).
Drawing from their understanding of Jesus, Carter builds a portrait of the Christian savior whose Jewish ethnicity cannot be ignored.
Since its founding, Israel has openly tied its immigration policy to Jewish ethnicity.
5) While a number of English Jews did convert to Christianity, some, like Isaac Nathan, resisted apostasy, seeking a middle ground, a compromise between Jewish ethnicity and British nationality.
They examine how cultural anxieties about wet-nursing, reproductive queens, royal succession, and Jewish ethnicity shaped constructions of maternity, implicitly defining paternity in absentia.
The Parents of Baywoods: Intersections between Whiteness and Jewish Ethnicity" by Cynthia Levine-Rasky is an important examination of the interplay between Whiteness and Jewish ethnicity in a Canadian community and also complicates simplistic White/Other dichotomies.
It takes mostly Jewish ethnicity as its model, which proves to be problematic since the differences between being Chicano/a and Jewish have not been sufficiently taken into account.
Lustiger always remained proud of his Jewish ethnicity, while experiencing no conflict between that and his espousal of Christianity.
Jewish ethnicity, 19th century utopian experiments, and Amish-type societies within society are examples.
Its treatment of Winkler's ambiguous Jewish ethnicity and his drug use may leave fans of, respectively, Zadie Smith and Welsh unsatisfied.

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