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Definition of Segregative
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Literary usage of Segregative
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1. Evolution, racial and habitudinal by John Thomas Gulick (1905)
"Isolation Usually Somewhat Discriminate, and therefore segregative, from the First. Of the twenty-one natural forms of isolation enumerated in this paper, ..."
2. Evolution, Racial and Habitudinal by John Thomas Gulick (1905)
"Cumulative Segregation Resulting from segregative Endowments. Let us consider a partially segregated variety of a plant species in which there is some ..."
3. The Student's Lyell: A Manual of Elementary Geology by Charles Lyell, John Wesley Judd (1896)
"... and Dykes—Segregation Veins—Result of segregative action in Plutonic Rock-masses—Inclusions and Veins—Differentiation in Igneous Magmas and its results. ..."
4. The school manual of geology by Joseph Beete Jukes, Alfred John Jukes-Browne (1876)
"Subsequent Concretions, (a) segregative.—It was formerly thought that the mineral forming a concretion had once existed in a state of fine diffusion, ..."
5. The Playhouse and the Play, and Other Addresses Concerning the Theatre and by Percy MacKaye (1909)
"Secondly, that even if successfully imported, that foreign art, with its segregative ideals, can never hope to fill the unique opportunity of a drama which ..."
6. Readings in Descriptive and Historical Sociology by Franklin Henry Giddings (1906)
"This process is called Segregation, or segregative selection. segregative selection has been strikingly exhibited in the distribution of the foreign born in ..."