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Negroid:

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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Negroid

denoting, relating to, or belonging to one of the major racial groups of mankind, characterized by brown-black skin, tightly-curled hair, a short nose, and full lips. This group includes the indigenous peoples of Africa south of the Sahara, their descendants elsewhere, and some Melanesian peoples
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Regarding the identity of Kunlun, there are generally two views: they are either seen as Negroid from Africa or as Negrito from Southeast Asia.
I don't know whether it's something in my psyche, or karma from another life - but I do have a real problem with people of negroid features.
Looking back from Brazilian exile more than two decades later, Austrian author Stefan Zweig recalled of postwar Europe that "the waltz disappeared in dance, giving way to Cuban and negroid figures, while fashion invented ever more absurdities, with strong emphasis on nudity" [".
When commenting on the so-called X people, known for their tombs in the latest stage of Meroitic civilization, Kirwan (1937:60) considered the X group as well as the Nobadai a negroid people.
He even fantasizes about bringing home a "suspiciously Negroid woman"--sounds very romantic, no?
But there was something very special about her: the shape of her skull, her nose, her lips, were like those of a white person, with nothing negroid .
Use of costal cartilage cantilever grafts in negroid rhinoplasties.
Count Keyserling was right when he said that American civilization was already markedly Negroid.
Pius, among African American peers, Thomas had endured teasing as "a jet-black boy with Negroid features and a bow-legged gait who spoke with a Geechee/Gullah accent" (Merida and Fletcher 61).
13) Similarly, the head of a figure of one of the servants of the mythological Egyptian king, Busiris, is excerpted from a larger scene on a red-figure vase in an argument illustrating that the Greeks could accurately represent, and therefore were familiar with, both 'pure' negroid types and 'black-white crosses' (Fig.
For instance, he refers to "the four races-Indians (referring to Indigenous People), Europeans, Africans, Asians," "mixed race products," and the majority of African-Americans carrying "caucasoid as well as negroid genes.