ethnology

[ eth-nol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ethnology
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There is a glorious simplicity in his views on Caledonian ethnology.

The comparison and contrast are made by the Bureau of Ethnology.

In 1842 societies were founded in Paris and London to promote the study of ethnology.

It is now deposited in the library of the Bureau of Ethnology.

He started off on ethnology, and we toured the Near East again.

Ethnology, I admit, is a most interesting field for speculation.

The ethnology of the Americas presents a problem as yet unsolved.

Dr. Fessler's Ethnology was faulty, whatever may be thought of his Theology.

This is because Ethnology deals with Man in respect to his Varieties.

There is no ethnology where there is but a single pair to the species.

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