the 'Negroes in a sentence
1. kind to the negroes, will be firm &
2. The Negroes offered no resistance;
3. – the negroes see / Perform the task of industry."
4. Garvey taught the Negroes that their homeland was Ethiopia.
5. FEARFUL ATROCITIES BY THE NEGROES.
6. not just the Negroes.
7. The negroes must be turned against their former masters;
8. The negroes were to get out of bed at dawn.
9. The negroes were brought here by compulsion;
10. The negroes were to get out of bed at dawn.
11. "They are the negroes of the negroes.
12. She hoped the rest of the negroes might flee.
13. In the South the Negroes do the labors of the camp.
14. while the Negroes pay the remainder — 3 1/3rds per cent.
15. He was also all the Negroes in the slums who were suffering.
16. The negroes were brought here by compulsion;
17. The Negroes became a permanent band.
18. the Negroes performed under their own name.
19. the Negroes at Vera in Groningen.
20. The negroes continued to increase in natural way.
21. Then, all the negroes died there in the cave.
22. The Negroes offered no resistance;
23. The poor whites are almost injured by it as are the Negroes.
24. the Negroes in America;
25. "The negroes possess some admirable qualities.
26. Then, all the Negroes died there in the cave.
27. Right at the moment the negroes were being lynched."
28. The "Nacoda" stated that the Negroes were passengers.
29. (pp. 157–196) Of the Government and Care of the Negroes.
30. Slowly the Negroes stood up and began to advance.
- the so-called Nilo-Hamitic languages
- the typological feature
- a "fallacious theory
- language mixture
- earlier work
- Nilotic languages
- numerous similarities
- other Nilotic languages
- their more distant affinity
- his suggestion
- little acceptance
- a distinct "Hamitic" subgroup
- a Chadic language
- his comparative Hamito-Semitic vocabulary
- Joseph Greenberg's 1950 work
- the widespread rejection
- a language category
- Meinhof's linguistic theories
- racial and social evidence
- a separate "Nilo-Hamitic" language category
- a view
- Meinhof's so-called Nilo-Hamitic languages
- their appropriate Nilotic siblings
- ) the Chadic languages
- the new name
- Almost all scholars
- the new and continued consensus
- Greenberg's model
- Meinhof's additions
- other language families
- notably Nilo-Saharan
- the Khoekhoe language
- the Khoisan languages
- a grouping
- the Tanzanian Hadza
- linguistic isolates
- Greenberg's classification
- a starting point
- modern work
- the Hamitic category