- European (person)
- The american proscription against cousin marriages grew in the19th century as wilderness settlers tried to distinguish themselves from the "savage" indians says martin author of the book forbidden relatives: the american myth of cousin marriage. "The truth is that europeans were marrying their cousins and native americans were not."
- Europeans take melons for a preventive against seasickness.
- The weltanschauung of european man was ever broadening out.
- The europeans and japanese have figured out a way to make towels with honeycombed highly textured weave. This "waffle weave" creates more surface area for soaking up water.
- The europeans doubt whether a straight reassertion of american military superiority is practicable even with russia's economy in the mess it is.
- Santo domingo founded in1496 is the oldest european settlement in the western hemisphere.
- A ruff for the neck worn in the16th century.
- Embedded in all their common notions of how history has developed are views conscious or unconscious of economic forces: the prosperity of the italian city-states prompted the cultural efflorescence of the renaissance the chinese had a rural revolution because the peasants were so poor europeans conducted oceanic explorations because they needed spices and so forth.
- Compared with other europeans irish people are much more likely to seek help from their general practitioner rather than a family member or a psychotherapist.
- That suppose they were not man-eaters yet that they might kill me as many europeans who had fallen into their hands had been serv'd
- Thus secular europeans have voiced dismay at american religiosity and worry that faith-based reasoning is spreading in europe too.
- England could no more trust to her "wooden walls" for safety and all the nations of europe when the echo of that shot reached their ears felt that the ancient era of naval construction was at an end and that the future navies of the world must ride the waves in massive armor of steel.
- While we have not fulfill the rules such as "obey the traffic rules" and "don't rush at a red light" those europeans are already returning to simply no rules.
- On some missions the shuttle carries a european-built pressurized research facility called spacelab in its cargo bay.
- In the end the japanese came to the conclusion that the europeans were an intolerable nuisance and that catholic christianity in particular was a mere cloak for the political dreams of the pope and the spanish monarchy--already in possession of the philippine islands;