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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Also Black and Hispanic models were featured in ads with multiple settings somewhat more frequently than their Caucasian or Asian American counterparts.
7%) mothers in the Caucasian group reported that they work outside of the house.
of juveniles charged in adult courts for drug felonies, are minority youth treated more harshly than Caucasian youth?
BACKGROUND: The southern United States (excluding Florida) has the highest age-adjusted rate of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the country, with African Americans having a higher prevalence of CVD than Caucasians.
While not always explicitly stated, the clear implication was that first generation clergy worked harder than Caucasian clergy.
What has been conspicuously missing from the literature are studies directly comparing Caucasian and African-American adolescents' levels of depression and alcohol use.
He both defends the creativity of the Caucasian jazz musician and the morality of chaste youth.
The majority of specialists consider that the anthropomorphic sculptures were connected with ideology and beliefs of the ancient Caucasian population, to whom they possibly represented gods like Shamash or Zeus (Zakharov 1928; 1933; Djavakhishvily & Glonty 1962; Tzitlanadze 1976).
A review of 68 HIV-infected patients in our files showed that, as in Caucasians, infection progressed rapidly in 8%, did not progress over the long term in 6%, and progressed normally in 86% (2).
With regard to use of cognitive strategies, male Caucasian students reported using rehearsal strategies more frequently than female Caucasian and female minority students, but they did not differ from male minority students.
In the comic book, Roxanne is very voluptuous, blond hair, blue eyes, Caucasian -- and I'm not Caucasian, I'm a terrible blond, and I don't have blue eyes," the Latina actress, Revlon model and former California State University, Northridge, student chuckles.
alb corr], (b) Patient Characteristics mmol/L 1 Caucasian woman; age, 37 years; 2.
Infants born to African American mothers are at higher risk of SIDS than are infants born to Caucasian mothers; infants born to Hispanic mothers are at lower risk than those born to Caucasian mothers.
About half (295) were African American, a third (172) were Caucasian, and about 5% (23) were Hispanic.
They suggested altering the face to make it less Caucasian.