Since 1941 the race has been from San Pedro, Calif.
Contemporary Philosophical Debates” in the entry on race.)
Race, like intelligence, is a notoriously slippery concept.
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The race length was increased to its current distance in 1927.
Race is an artifact of racist institutions and racist science.
Locke understood race as primarily a product of social culture.
In Section 1, we trace the historical origins and development of the concept of race.
Only later does this cultural notion of race transform into the scientific notion of race.
There’s also Celebrity Drag Race (which didn’t land well), Drag Race Canada (which BBC Three aired last year), Drag Race Thailand and now there's this new British season.
His best times were: 100-yard race, 10 sec; 220-yard race, 22.6 sec; 440-yard race, 48.6 sec; 880-yard race, 1 min 55.4 sec; and 1-mile race, 4 min 27.6 sec.
Here, Du Bois’s distinguishes between the factors that generally (usually) characterize a race and the factors that must always characterize a race; that is, the factors that constitute a group of people as a race.
It estimates the expected change in race time from a runner’s previous race given the runner’s age, gender, race history, training miles (for those athletes whose training logs are public) and the weather conditions on race day.
This shared identity could be species-wide (“the human race”) or could be based on a number of characteristics such as national interest (“the French race”), way of life (“a race of women warriors”), or religion (“the Jewish race”).
.), American middle-distance runner, world-record holder for the 880-yard race (1950–54), for the 1,000-metre race (1953), and, as a member of the U.S. team, for the 4 × 440-yard relay race (1952–56) and the 4 × 880-yard relay race (1952).
"Organising sport safely and responsibly is our highest priority and moving the Boat Race to Ely in 2021 enables the event to go ahead in a secure environment," said Dr George Gilbert, chair of The Boat Race Company Limited's Race and Operations Committee.
Churchill told the Palestine Royal Commission that he did not admit wrong had been done to Native Americans or aboriginal Australians as "a stronger race, a higher-grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way, has come in and taken their place".
In A Troublesome Inheritance, he repeated three race-science shibboleths: that the notion of “race” corresponds to profound biological differences among groups of humans; that human brains evolved differently from race to race; and that this is supported by different racial averages in IQ scores.
.) • A Conversation With White People on Race (5 min.) • A Conversation With Police on Race (7 min.) • A Conversation With Black Women on Race (6 min.) • A Conversation With Latinos on Race (7 min.) • A Conversation With Asian-Americans on Race (7 min.) • A Conversation With Native Americans on Race (6 min.)
The term race has also been applied to linguistic groups (the “Arab race” or the “Latin race”), to religious groups (the “Jewish race”), and even to political, national, or ethnic groups with few or no physical traits that distinguish them from their neighbours (the “Irish race,” the “French race,” the “Spanish race,” the “Slavic race,” the “Chinese race”, etc.).
- any competition
Example: the race for the presidency
- move hurridly
- compete in a race
- a contest of speed
Example: the race is to the swift
- to work as fast as possible towards a goal, sometimes in competition with others
- people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock
Example: some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings
- (biology) a taxonomic group that is a division of a species; usually arises as a consequence of geographical isolation within a species
- cause to move fast or to rush or race
Example: The psychologist raced the rats through a long maze
- the flow of air that is driven backwards by an aircraft propeller
- a canal for a current of water
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The term race has also been applied to linguistic groups the Arab race or the Latin race to religious groups the Jewish race and even to political national or ethnic groups with few or no physical traits that distinguish them from their neighbours the Irish race the French race the Spanish race the Slavic race the Chinese race etc