With their practice-makes-perfect seasoning, today's winners may be older than yesterday's young contestants (Gloria Diaz was 16 when she was Miss Universe in 1969), but the trend also indicates that "mixed-blood
" candidates with foreign names and, presumably, multicultural backgrounds will improve the race and therefore our chances for bagging more international titles well into the future.
For the British planters, who fathered such mixed-blood
children, the childrenAEs transport meant they were free of any responsibility to their illicit families--they could retain their social standing, could marry British women and produce white children, while the South Asian mothers were simply discarded.
Conflicts between full-blooded and mixed-blood
Natives and between magical and realistic creatures mirror the struggle for an authentic Native American identity that is less about blood quantum and more about shared struggles.
warrior who moved uneasily between the worlds of the Apaches and the American soldiers, he was never trusted by either but desperately needed by both.
He focuses on multiple Native American activists such as 1770s Mohawk chief, warrior and diplomat, Joseph Brant, and a contemporary of Brant's, quarter-blood Creek chief and diplomat Alexander MacGillivray, a mixed-blood
In this respect Schutte cautiously questions the image in recent studies of Batavia as a mixed-blood
Some of McClellan's ideas seem familiar: a mixed-blood
wizard avenging her parents' death while living at a school that teaches magic, for instance.
The Eskimo meets a mixed-blood
Indian girl and they fall in love.
Would English-speaking, Protestant mixed-blood
communities have differing structures?
I am a mixed-blood
woman (Ojibway, Irish, and Scottish); a woman of deep and abiding Christian faith that follows Jesus and the "Red Road."
Victor, the mixed-blood
son of a Mexican immigrant father and a white mother, is a very talented, fast runner.
From a legal perspective, the "mixed-blood
" status of the Waltons' children favored their admission to the school; mixed-blood
children were held to be more civilized than pure-blood children, and thus regarded as more likely to benefit from education.