from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To tend toward or favor ethnic or pagan ideas or practices.
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Politicians should resist attempts to politicize and ethnicize the process, he said.
By getting rid of the refusal to de-ethnicize her name — you know, and adopt a secret identity?
But Doe's decision to "ethnicize the armed forces of Liberia [by] stacking the officer corps and key units with Krahn" had disastrous results, Berkeley explained.
"There is a tendency to ethnicize what has happened," she told a closed meeting of the UMP.
"There is a tendency to ethnicize what has happened," she told a gathering of President
But the characteristics of contemporary American society and the particular circumstances of not-quite-settled Jewish immigrants made the scope and form of women’s domestic piety change or ethnicize soon after they arrived in America.