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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 CIMMYT subtropical, tropical lowland, midaltitude, and highland populations and pools, because of their similar and mixed origins, are not genetically distinct.
'The NBA has seen many examples of mixed origin beef being offered for sale but has yet to see any of these notices.'
This can be explained by the large number of populations used to extract the CMLs, the mixed origin and broad genetic base of the CIMMYT germplasm, the large effective population size in recurrent selection programs, fewer generations of selection, or a lower selection intensity applied in the CIMMYT maize breeding program.
As his name suggests, he's of mixed origin the progeny of an Italian mum and Danish dad who supped a few Carlsbergs too many one night.
Even the English, he says, have a "composite character [thati betrays a mixed origin" (50).
The man is described as of mixed origin. He was wearing a yellow, red and blue jacket and dark trousers.
While previous studies have stated the mixed origin of the Baggara groups (defined as a mixture of Arabs and indigenous Sudanese groups), this is the first time that the specific role of the Fulani is clearly underlined, a fact recorded in the autochthonous oral traditions of both the Baggara and the Fulani.
"In addition to this, mixed country of origin displays contravene EU regulations and also ignore advice recently issued by the regulatory authorities which makes it quite clear that product from different countries must be separated or notices advising that product of mixed origin is on display used instead," Mr Forster said.
The proposed rule also outlines the requirements for labeling products of mixed origin including products produced both in foreign markets and in the United States as well as labeling requirements for blended products.
One third is Black - which can mean either Caribbean, black African or mixed origin.
(1992) was analyzed for AFLP markers: 25 lines belong to the dent germplasm, 23 to the flint germplasm, and three lines were of mixed origin in that they had various proportions of both flint and dent germplasm.
Even after a challenge by the supermarkets through the British Retail Consortium, specialists at LACORS have continued to warn supermarkets which sell mixed origin beef in the same display that they must put up notices cautioning customers of this.