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ANCESTRAL. What relates to or has, been done by one's ancestors; as homage ancestral, and the like.

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[15], rare haplotypes around rs1021261 in LUZP2 gene were associated with the higher intelligence in an ancestrally homogeneous family sample of individuals with at least one child affected by attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), while in our study the rare homozygous genotype was significantly more common in the lower quartile of the MoCA distribution.
Mixed race populations like Colombian mestizo one ancestrally originates from an unbalanced mixture of Amerindian, Afro descendant and European people like others already measured (de Castro et al., 2006).
connotes a group of people who believe they are ancestrally related." And that "Nationalism connotes identification with and loyalty to one's nation as just defined.
For Maori, by comparison, ethics is as much ancestrally as socially constructed.
A totem can be an animal, a plant or any other natural object believed to be ancestrally related to an ethnic group, clan, or family as a tutelary spirit, which they attach deep feelings to.
Cultivating more of a natural, ancestrally aligned, fat-based, ketogenic metabolism (typically requiring an intake of no more than about 50 g/day of utilizable sugar/starch) may be the single most effective means of both optimally feeding and stabilizing any brain or nervous system.
Lockport: If the GOP has staked out winning territory in North Tonawanda, it has been dealt some setbacks in Lockport--a city where the party was ancestrally dominant and where Republicans still control nearly every office.
It is tempting to ask whether close-kin ownership would have been a familiar institution to slaves in the Americas who were African natives or ancestrally not too far removed.
The term creole, derived from the Spanish criollo, meaning "one native to the settlement though not ancestrally indigenous to it," has had different cultural meanings in different geographic regions throughout history.
Aboriginal rights are communal rights: They must be grounded in the existence of a historic and preset community, and they may only be exercised by virtue if individual's ancestrally based membership in the present community.
The United States represents the future, but a future that is connected, ancestrally, to the past and to Great Britain.
Ancestrally, he is an Osage, a tribe historically located on the lower plains, but his name translates as "street of wind" or "windy street." His Francophone first name and, more notably, Zits's father's lack of a name throughout Flight illustrate their extreme displacement from their authentic American Indian backgrounds.