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ra·cial

(rā′shəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of race or races.
2. Arising from or based on differences among human racial groups.

ra′cial·ly adv.
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Scanlon Ms Walker said: "It is a serious matter to racially abuse people who are doing their job and providing a service to the public.
Davis, from Lydney, Glos, admitted using the word during the incident but denied it was meant in a racially abusive way.
Niland, of Romford, Essex, denies racially aggravated fear or provocation of violence.
Judge Christopher Vosper QC jailed Llewellyn, who admitted racially aggravated harassment, for four months consecutively and ordered him to pay an PS80 victim surcharge.
PC Adam Goode, from Coventry Police, said: "This man thinks it's acceptable to racially abuse the driver of a bus.
Investigators said one of the men spat on the Iranian before calling him a racially offensive name.
It was the eighth time Norman Griffiths - a man with a "long history of offending" - had been charged with racially aggravated assault, Wolverhampton Crown Court was told.
POLICE are appealing for information after a 15-year-old boy was racially abused at Middlesbrough rail station on Saturday, September 12.
In the 12 months to end of the March, West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service dealt with 922 cases of racially and religious aggravated offences compared to 614 cases the year before.
A DINER racially abused a doctor and his wife - after complaining that Muslim women were disrespected.
Under the plan, police are also cracking down on the 204th Street gang responsible for a high-profile, racially motivated killing of a 14-year-old girl in Harbor Gateway.
Much can be said for the present system in that it effectively requires the candidates to run the gamut of elections in both large and small states, both Northern and Southern states, both Western and Eastern states, both largely urban and largely rural states, both racially diverse states and racially uniform states, in an effort to win.