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  • n. Plural form of Caucasian.

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Examples

  • I do think the guilt trip put upon Caucasians is a bit much though.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - BSG at the UN

  • It is more common in Caucasians than in Hispanics or African Americans.

    Information about pediatric multiple sclerosis

  • We know that some racial groups, African American women, for example, are diagnosed with aggressive forms of breast cancer at higher rates than Caucasians, which is why we fund and urge more research into disparities in breast cancer.

    Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker: Environment

  • Golf is seen by many as a sport for entitled Caucasians, older folks, or simply people with too much time on their hands.

    Ron Galloway: Why Tiger Woods Is Bad for Golf

  • Brian is still in Lebowski fest mode and mixed up White Russians aka Caucasians for anyone who wanted one as a dessert beverage.

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  • Centuries later, European travel writers regarded the light-skinned Circassians, a k a Caucasians, as people best fit only for slavery, yet at the same time labeled Circassian slave women the epitome of beauty.

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  • Why they are classified as Caucasians, while the white

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  • Why they are classified as Caucasians, while the white Latinos, have been given the category, Hispanic.

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  • Outgrowing the land area they eventually migrated North through the 'Caucasus Mountains', and into central and Western Europe forming the European Nations, and are known as Caucasians

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • Popular among racial and racist theoreticians of the 19th and early 20th century when Georgians were sometimes deemed the most pure "Caucasians", the word crashed mostly with the Third Reich.

    Diary

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