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in·ter·mar·riage

(in'tĕr-mar'ij),
1. Marriage of relatives.
2. Marriage of people of different races or cultures.

intermarriage

(ĭn″tĕr-măr′ĭj) [″ + maritare, to marry]
1. Marriage between persons from two distinct populations.
2. Marriage between related individuals.
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About 30%-34% of East and Southeast Asian women intermarry.
6%) of the propensity to intermarry is accounted for by the contextual level in 1881, 14 percent in 1911 and between 14 and 16 percent in 1941.
It appears that by the third generation of the ethnic groups shown in Table 5, the partnering patterns of those who intermarry are more a reflection of the ethnic composition of Australian society than of any preferences based on cultural heritage.
One of the crucial reasons why children from Orthodox families intermarry at a dramatically lower rate -- less than 5 percent--is because they are so seldom allowed to come into contact with non-Jews.
Western people should not intermarry with Japanese--that will t int the purity.
While in the past, mixed marriages were more common between Jewish men and non-Jewish women, contemporary marriage is characterized by greater gender parity in terms of intermarrying--Jewish women are as likely to intermarry as Jewish men.
Rabbi Nissim Karelitz's ruling relates to those Chuetas whose ancestors practiced strict endogamy down through the generations and did not intermarry.
Mer Khamis, 52, was the son of a Jewish mother and an Arab father -- a rarity in a land where the two populations almost never intermarry.
TRAFFIC INTERFERENCE' Though speaking different dialect, Dinka Bor and Mundari are economically pastoralists, have long history of sharing pasture lands and intermarry as well, Gov.
Did they intermarry with the Inuvialuit, too, and if so, to what degree?
Slaveowners who permitted their property to intermarry with Indians or whites faced a fine of $50.
In a sort of "imitation of life," the members of the six families meet, intermarry, separate, are born, work, and die in the immensity of a continent that never becomes truly theirs.