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By contrast, the difference between the two product types for Caucasian models was much smaller (i.
The majority of the mothers in African American group and Caucasian group were single.
One research assistant, the second author, was a Caucasian Mexican American doctoral student in counseling psychology who immigrated to the United States at the age of 12.
Arrest figures were available for 10 of the 18 jurisdictions and only for African-American youth (available figures combined Caucasian and Latino youth).
POase and DZOase activities and DZOase/POase ratios in the serum of African-American and Caucasian southerners (mean [+ or -] SD).
A protein in the blood that is considered to be a key indicator of future heart disease may vary considerably in women and men and between African-Americans and Caucasians, according to research at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.
Non-Caucasian clergy, generally, are deeply committed to evangelism, and are far more willing to use the language of evangelism than their Caucasian counterparts.
The most surprising finding from the three groups was that older African-Americans of both genders were more likely to belong to the mixed group than were their younger Caucasian counterparts.
In jazz, the impact of African American recorded music on the consciousness of the Caucasian musician is significant.
On March 15, 1994, Daytona Beach, Florida, police discovered the body of a caucasian male, age 59, in his Daytona Beach residence.
The brilliant culture of the Late Bronze Age in the north Caucasian region is well known from the distinctive sites of Koban type.
Heaven help the God-fearing, law-abiding Caucasian middle class," Heston said at one point in his remarks, in which he used martial imagery to urge a political mobilization of conservatives.