caucasian waste

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caucasian waste

n. worthless white people. (A play on (poor) white trash. Contrived.) I’m not caucasian waste! I wouldn’t ever live there!
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At their peak, North Caucasian militants formed a significant portion of jihadi combat strength in Syria.
It too is based on cephalometric values that were initially developed from a Caucasian population.
They found that KITLG activation by p53 is crucial for cancer processes, including cell proliferation, and found it was much more common in Caucasians than Africans, explaining why testicular cancer is more common among the latter.
And by doing so, retailers also would have an opportunity to offset the growth decline in the Caucasian population.
And here Partisans started to follow the North Caucasian resistance, which strongly supported them, as publication in The Kavkaz Center (an independent, extremist website covering Chechnya's Islamic world) demonstrated.
Investigators found that Caucasian women in the group with the highest consumption appeared to have an increased breast cancer risk if they ate unprocessed red meat and poultry as compared to Caucasian women with the lowest intake.
African-Americans and Hispanics are adopting new shopping technologies at a faster rate than Caucasians, with 18% of African-American shoppers and 16% of Hispanic shoppers using their mobile device to make purchases as compared to 10% of Caucasians.
For whatever reason, no congregations within their language or ethnic group are looking for clergy, so the ministers seek calls in Caucasian churches.
In an effort to facilitate minority recruiting a consideration addressed by this research project is whether the demographic and lifestyle characteristics of minority students differ significantly from Caucasian students?
Khera said that because Caucasian women have lower rates of cardiovascular disease, the study raised questions about how best to use CRP in the real-world setting.
We hope that the current issue will contribute to increase interest in the study of Caucasian languages, whose linguistic systems present many aspects that are typologically rare and theoretically challenging.
Summary: Yessentuki, Stavropol territory, Jumada Al-Awwal 01, 1432 / April 05, 2011, SPA -- As many as 95 settlements have been cut off electricity supplies by the stormy winds in Russia&'s North Caucasian republic of Dagestan, a spokesman for the North Caucasian electricity supplier told Itar-Tass.
Differences between Caucasian and non-Caucasian students were examined in terms of perceptions of diversity among faculty members, satisfaction with faculty diversity, perceptions that faculty diversity contributed to their educational experience, and perceptions of faculty respect for diversity among students.
A total of 44% of the recipients were Caucasian, 29% African American and 26% Hispanic.
To characterize the functional genotype distribution (as assessed by DZOase/POase ratios) and activity levels of PON1 as contributors to the higher CVD in southern populations, in the present study we investigated PON1 activity levels with three substrates (paraoxon, diazoxon, and phenyl acetate) in the serum of African-American and Caucasian southerners within race, sex, and age groups.