Caucasian race


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Noun1.Caucasian race - a light-skinned race
race - people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock; "some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings"
Caucasian, White, White person - a member of the Caucasoid race
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shall never be occupied, used or resided on by any person not of the white or Caucasian race, except in the capacity of a servant or domestic employed thereon as such by a white Caucasian owner, tenant, or occupant.
Older age, female gender, Caucasian race all increase risk, and these factors need to be brought in to assessment," Dr.
For our patient, the factors including female sex, caucasian race, chronic renal failure, thyroid malignancy, haemodialysis, high dose of corticosteroid treatment and high serum levels of phosphate and parathormone may have some role for increasing the risk for calciphylaxis.
He wrote in his diary on April 28, 2013: "I want them to see my transition from poor red-haired victimised minority to a fully transformed military terrorist striking at the hearts of the bigoted tyrannical rulers and of course the dark haired dark eyes Caucasian race.
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General risk factors that may pre-dispose people to developing insomnia include advanced age, Caucasian race, female gender, personal or family history of insomnia, and comorbid psychiatric disorders.
The term scientific racism refers to the historical practice of using dubious scientific methods by some "racial scientists" to advance, justify, and defend the alleged superiority of the white (Caucasian) race over nonwhite races but, as Brace Baum staled in The Rise and Fall of the Caucasian Race, which traces the turbulent political history of racial identity concepts over the last three centuries, racial science emerged in Western Europe during the 17th century as a joint product of the Enlightenment and development of natural history.
The word "white," as applied to race, where not affected by statutory definition, is universally limited to the Caucasian race.
Differences were also found in employment, income, having a health plan and ability to see a health care provider that favored the Caucasian race.