Origin of racial
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Examples from the Web for racial
It demands an end to poverty and racial injustice, to which we are totally committed in our time.Thank Congress, Not LBJ for Great Society
Julian Zelizer, Scott Porch
January 4, 2015
The state was in a deep recession as Duke galvanized a racial backlash.The Louisiana Racists Who Courted Steve Scalise
January 3, 2015
This was later repurposed in Europe as an explanation for racial superiority, and the term “Aryan” came to define a white race.The Himalayas’ Hidden Aryans
January 3, 2015
Every time a conservative pol gets caught in a racial mess, we hear the same weary and laughable tune.Steve Scalise and the Right’s Ridiculous Racial Blame Game
January 2, 2015
In fact, these kinds of advances helped give religion another huge window of opportunity for racial reconciliation in the 1960s.No Gods, No Cops, No Masters
January 1, 2015
The exception rather than the rule, there is no reason why he should not be the racial type.The Conquest of Fear
Yet in their racial and national relationships they are indubitably American.
All racial lines in literature are extremely difficult to draw.
She it is who has to play the chief part in the racial life.
The problems of our individual loves are linked on to the racial life.
- denoting or relating to the division of the human species into races on grounds of physical characteristics
- characteristic of any such group
- relating to or arising from differences between the racesracial harmony
- of or relating to a subspecies
Word Origin and History for racial
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of race or races.
- Arising from or based on differences among human racial groups.
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