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mulatta

(mjuːˈlætə)
n
(Peoples) a woman of mixed race having one Black and one White parent
adj
(Peoples) having one Black and one White parent
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mulatta, Sapajus apella, Chlorocebus aethiops, and Papio hamadryas) were vaccinated during October-December 2015.
She examines how their performances take up tropes like exoticism, primitivism, and Orientalism and images like the femme fatale, the mulatta, the primitive, and the geisha, which reinforce dominant ideologies and rework them to produce new meanings and challenge existing power relations.
We reported a retrospective analysis on the data obtained through our previous study (in accordance with the recommendations from the guidelines for the use and care of experimental animals approved by the Beijing Association on Laboratory Animal Care) which enrolled 12 male rhesus macaques ( Macaca mulatta provided by the Laboratory Animal Center of the Military Medical Science Academy of China, age 5.
We can again see Cobham's negotiation between the Victorian past and a progressive future through his reinterpretation of the miscegenation plot and the elements of the tragic mulatta story, which make up the third major narrative strand in Rupert Gray.
As Santana seeks to unveil alternative leagacies, she locates political mythologies and naturalized dispositions in the body and therefore approaches the sexualization of the African slave or mulatta body in colonial Brazil as a process of "production and reproduction, of history incorporated and incorporation actualized in a process that can take place without ever becoming the object of a specific institutional practice, explicitly articulated in language" (Thompson 13).
Molecular cloning, expression and characterization of the functional domain of CTLA4 from the rhesus monkey, Macaca mulatta.
Many of the Damas de Blanco (Ladies in White), the most visible face of the Cuban opposition movement (NotiCen, June 17, 2010), are black or mulatta women.
Transcending Blackness: From the New Millennium Mulatta to the Exceptional Multiracial, Duke University Press, Durham, NC, 2012, ISBN 9 7808 2235 2921, 223 pp.
The nuclear masses in the cervical spinal cord of Macaca Mulatta.
Before I begin my discussion of Ai and her work, I will flesh out and trace two significant ways in which the tragic mulatta has been (famously) depicted.
In one passage she suggests that the aim of antislavery tragic mulatto fiction was to "snuff out" the prurient desire aroused by quadroon narratives, but elsewhere she lists examples of both figures interchangeably, so that the mulatta characters in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin are made to seem equivalent to nonfiction accounts of foreign temptresses, such as in Joseph Holt Ingraham's The Quadroon; or, St.