Micronesians sentence example

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  • In the oceanic islands of the Pacific three different peoples occur, who have been called Melanesians, Polynesians and Micronesians.'
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  • These form themselves naturally into two broad but very distinct divisions - the dark and brown races; the first division being represented by the Melanesians, and the Polynesians and Micronesians together forming the second.
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  • Of their sub-division, the Micronesians, the same cannot be said.
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  • The Micronesians then are probably of Malay stock much modified by early Polynesian crossings, and probably, within historic times, by Papuan and even Japanese and Chinese migrations.
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  • The natives are Micronesians, and are darker and shorter than their kinsmen, the Caroline Islanders.
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  • The natives are Micronesians of a dark brown colour, though lighter shades occur.
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  • Miscegenation with the Micronesians, the only race in the Pacific which is rapidly increasing, is regarded as the most hopeful manner of preserving the native Fijian population.
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