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  • Also in 1862, the ethnologist John Beddoe published his “Index of Negrescence,” which measured the blackness of Europeans.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Those with the highest scores were the Celts of Ireland, who Beddoe described in bodily, sensual, and animalistic terms.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Christine Beddoe is the UK director of the Ecpat charity, which is dedicated to preventing child exploitation

    Trafficked children: what they need is justice and someone they can trust

  • Philo Beddoe: I didn't say he had 12 ribs, I said he could eat 12 ribs.

    You think because a chimpanzee knows you, he doesn't hate you?

  • Lord Rowe-Beddoe and Rhodri Glyn Thomas will discuss the implications of a review commissioned by the Welsh Government whose details only came into the public eye last Thursday on Dragon's Eye.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Beddoe-Stephens said it was important to do the work in-house so that the tags be consistent and the brief descriptors accompanying the clips be written in a style reflecting the show's irreverent attitude.

    Archive 2007-10-14

  • Thus John Beddoe, who later became the President of the Anthropological Institute (1889-1891), wrote in his Races of Britain (1862) that all men of genius were orthognathous (less prominent jaw bones) while the Irish and the Welsh were prognathous and that the Celt was closely related to Cromagnon man, who, in turn, was linked, according to Beddoe, to the “Africanoid”.

    Who’s White: Debriefing

  • Her participation was needed because to mark that the origin of the Council was in the Royal Commission set up under the Chairmanship of His Excellency, the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, Commander Alan Beddoe, responsible for the Books of Remembrance of the Great War 1914-18 and of the Second War, had put in the Royal Crown.

    One Hundred Million Dollars for What?

  • [302] "It may be worth while to note again", says Beddoe, "how often finely developed skulls are discovered in the graveyards of old monasteries, and how likely seems Galton's conjecture, that progress was arrested in the Middle Ages, because the celibacy of the clergy brought about the extinction of the best strains of blood."

    Myths of Babylonia and Assyria

  • She will later meet Olympic gymnastic hopeful Lizzie Beddoe from Cardiff, and 13-year-old Emma Davies from Penarth, who won a competition for young people to design a regional mascot based on the main Olympic one.

    BBC News - Home

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