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  • noun Plural form of East Indian.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It would have been interesting to know how they viewed the Mongoloid and Caucasian features and physique of East Asian and East Indians respectively.

    Sunil Adam: No eHarmony With Asian Men

  • It would have been interesting to know how they viewed the Mongoloid and Caucasian features and physique of East Asian and East Indians respectively.

    Sunil Adam: No eHarmony With Asian Men

  • It would have been interesting to know how they viewed the Mongoloid and Caucasian features and physique of East Asian and East Indians respectively.

    Sunil Adam: No eHarmony With Asian Men

  • It would have been interesting to know how they viewed the Mongoloid and Caucasian features and physique of East Asian and East Indians respectively.

    Sunil Adam: No eHarmony With Asian Men

  • Hopi Indians, East Indians—hell, Greek cosmological myths, Egyptian myths—they all have these freaking snake-related stories.

    Black Magic

  • Hopi Indians, East Indians—hell, Greek cosmological myths, Egyptian myths—they all have these freaking snake-related stories.

    Black Magic

  • Hopi Indians, East Indians—hell, Greek cosmological myths, Egyptian myths—they all have these freaking snake-related stories.

    Black Magic

  • And what is really curious is the way Asians and East Indians are not really counted as minorities by those promoting diversity.

    Tuesday, March 31 – The Bleat.

  • Employments that were intended for the Christians, were the monopoly of the East Indians.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • In an already poverty stricken environment, 1966 marked the beginning of political and economic chaos accompanied by growing racial tensions between the East Indians and Blacks who together form the majority.

    Socialism in Guyana

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