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As ethnic religions, they shared the fortunes of the race or nation with which they were associated.

Ten Great ReligionsJames Freeman Clarke

It does not appear that he sufficiently allows for ethnic influence in decorative art.

Evolution in ArtAlfred C. Haddon

They are the art remains of a population whose name, age, and ethnic affinities are totally unknown.

SpainWentworth Webster

During the long period of Turkish rule they provided sanctuaries for the preservation of ethnic identity.

We have members from virtually every racial, ethnic, and religious background.

It remains for us to deal with the “ethnic groups” or sociological units.

The Races of ManJoseph Deniker

By historic and by ethnic rights the provinces, so the Serbs argued, should be theirs when once the Turk had ceased to rule.

What varies is the proportion in which such and such a race enters into the constitution of the ethnic group.

The Races of ManJoseph Deniker

Borrowed civilizations and purloined languages are often so many disguises which conceal the truth of ethnic relationships.

It is only reasonable to say the same of heathen or ethnic religions.

Ten Great ReligionsJames Freeman Clarke

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