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An Indian woman with a mestizo baby in her arms stood in the doorway when the three men reached the hut.
THE FIVE ARROWSALLAN CHASE
The child, which was evidently dying of anæmia, was a mestizo.
THE LOCUSTS' YEARSMARY HELEN FEE
One was a Spanish mestizo, 66 were Chinese half-castes and 524 were indians.
THE KATIPUNANJ. BRECKNOCK WATSON (AKA FRANCIS ST. CLAIR)
We may say, then, that in Palenque every Maya baby below ten months of age was sacral spotted, and that no Mestizo baby was.
The Mestizo arose to his feet, and addressed himself, not to the emissaries of the Republic, but to his own supporters.
"I do not want him to die," muttered the remorseless Mestizo, going towards the door.
The mestizo women wear skirts with plaits and seams, with the opening at one side.
The mestizo raised his arm, but the Indian succeeded in seizing it before it had struck.
As the mestizo propounded this inconvenient theory, a new burst of groans from the examinador seemed to confirm it.
We slept and ate at the house of the presidente, an old mestizo of rather forbidding manners but kindly spirit.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION