Words nearby albinism
OTHER WORDS FROM albinismal·bi·nis·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for albinism
That is why her main focus is on Under the Same Sun, her nonprofit organization for people with albinism now.
“They say people with albinism are ghosts anyway,” said Ntetema.
Renegade witch doctors have convinced locals that the blood, bones, and skin of people with albinism possess magical properties.
In fact, just this week, a woman in Kenya was convicted of killing her own 4-month-old child with albinism.
The Canadian non-profit Under the Same Sun works with albinism victims in Tanzania.
While on Mount Frias my attention was drawn away from the cattle by what I took to be an instance of albinism in the guanaco.Through the Heart of Patagonia|H. Hesketh Prichard
The transmission of diseases such as consumption, madness, and albinism form examples.Was Man Created?|Henry A. Mott
No form of grey hair, however, should be confused with albinism.Pedagogical Anthropology|Maria Montessori
It is certain that the same variation may arise in two distinct places, as with albinism or with the nectarine on peach-trees.More Letters of Charles Darwin|Charles Darwin
These are mere varieties, produced by albinism, and may belong to any of the castes already described.Quadrupeds, What They Are and Where Found|Mayne Reid