interrace

interrace

(ˌɪntəˈreɪs)
adj
interracial
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Another question read, "How satisfied are you with the present state of interrace relations on this campus?" Nineteen percent of White respondent's chose "Very satisfied," 57% chose "Somewhat satisfied," and 24% chose "Not satisfied at all." Four percent of Black respondents chose "Very Satisfied," 54% chose "So mewhat satisfied," and 43% chose "Not satisfied at all." There was a significant race difference for this question [[[chi].sup.2](2, N = 108) = 8.18, p [less than] .05].
This can be expected to occur for long chains occupying the interrace at a low areal density.
Over 85% of the legal profession is white; only 3.3% is African American.(10) The legal services lawyers who do much of the welfare representation are white; given the race of low-income people, there will be interrace (as well as intrarace) representation.(11) In addition, judges are overwhelmingly white, meaning that a black plaintiff will, most likely, face a white judge.
While there is a magazine devoted to the issues of multiracial people, Interrace is to them what Ebony is to African Americans: a fluffy, feel-good publication that preaches to the converted.
The module is used to interrace with other force subroutines used for suspension and track force computations.
Bush, in the September/October issue of Interrace, a magazine, published in Atlanta, that promotes interracial relationships.
* Constantly interrace with all parties during the negotiation process to keep them.
Current developments that are contributing to this growth are CD-ROM, the 80386 microprocessor, and the graphic user interrace. As the information handling capability of the computer grows with these new developments, the microcomputer industry will increasingly market information products to endusers.
Rettig makes a few references to "consultants, in-house specialists in interrace design," and mysterious "professionals" who author UI standards, but the common terms for what we do--human factors specialist (engineer/professional/ person/etc.), user interface designer, human interface designer, usability engineer, or even ergonomist--do not appear anywhere.