I think they are quite feisty and they tend to stick to their own ethnic group.
Joseph Deniker declares the Polynesians a separate ethnic group of the Indo-Pacific area, and in this view he is followed by A.
subcontinent form the second largest ethnic group in schools.
Children with albinism may experience complex social problems because of their unusual appearance, especially when a member of a normally dark-skinned ethnic group has albinism.
No particular ethnic group seems to be at higher risk for CP.
While a Philippines citizen is typically referred to as a Filipino, these people are not comprised of merely one ethnic group.
ikat process involved practically every ethnic group within the cities.
Asians from the Indian subcontinent form the second largest ethnic group in schools.
Besides their collection, the first thing you might take note of about this company is their name, Anglo American eyewear; a name that refers to a specific ethnic group.
In this case, that ethnic group refers to English Americans; that is, Americans of English heritage.
Membership in a less commonly affected ethnic group may also delay or hinder the correct diagnosis.
Tagalog is a name associated with a specific ethnic group of people who are native to the Philippines.
These genres, which as a group are known as "neo-traditional," are usually tied to a specific tribe or ethnic group.
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