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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «NASAL INDEX» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NASAL INDEX»
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The People of India
The length the nasal index. and breadth are measured from certain specified
points, and the latter dimension is expressed as a percentage of the .former. The
nasal index, therefore, is simply the relation of the breadth of the riose to its
Herbert Risley, William Crooke, 1999
Cunningham's textbook of anatomy
The greatest width of the aperture is compared with the nasal height (measured
from the nasion to the lower border of the aperture) and the nasal index is thus
determined : — Nasal width x 100 „ . . . — iT — =-t -.— t - - = Nasal index. N asal ...
Daniel John Cunningham, 1818
Clinical Anatomy of the Nose, Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses
After puberty the angle in the female is reduced to 50.3° (40°-65°) and in males to
50.8° (39°-67°). The shape of the nose and the alar angle show very marked
racial differences. The nasal index is calculated from the following formula:
Johannes Lang, 1989
The Equality of the Human Races
The nasal index is the ratio of the greatest width of the nose at the nostrils to its
greatest length measured from the naso-frontal suture down to the nasal ridge,
above the superior dental arch. To calculate this index, one multiplies by 100 the
Joseph-Anténor Firmin, 2002
Without referring in detail to the Egyptian series illustrated by various anthors (
Schmidt, Oetteking, Ginffrida-Ruggeri, Biasutti), it is specially interesting to note
that Schmidt gives the nasal index of modern Egyptian crania* as 46-3 (J and ?) ...
The Archaeology of Human Bones
In hot, humid conditions a low, broad nose better serves to dissipate heat (
Wolpoff 1968; Franciscus and Long 1991). Davies (1932) studied the nasal index
in living groups around the world. In the living person, the nasal index is the ratio
Simon Mays, 2002
The Indian Human Heritage
Figure 2 provides mean values of cephalic index [= (Head Breadth/Head Length)
x 100] and nasal index [= (Nose Breadth/Nose Length) x 100] in various socio-
cultural and geographical subsets of the Indian peoples. It is clear from this figure
D. Balasubramanian, N. Appaji Rao, 1998
Among the various Mongoloid peoples, the nasal index is frequently mesorrhine.
Leptorrhine nose is characteristics of the Caucasoid peoples of Asia, North Africa
and Europe. Haddon writes, "Speaking generally, the leucoderms are ...
Ram Nath Sharma, Rajendra K. Sharma, 1997
Cultural Encyclopedia of the Body
The nasal index, a measure initially described in the 1700s and commonly used
by anthropologists well into the twentieth ... The nasal index was so commonly
accepted among anthropologists that many used it as a major criterion for
Prehistoric Research in Northwest Punjab Anthropogical ...
The characteristics which are correlated are : Stature — Horizontal cephalic
index Stature — Morphological facial index Stature — Nasal index Horizontal
cephalic index — Morphological facial index Horizontal cephalic index — Nasalindex ...
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NASAL INDEX»
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... the high cheekbones, the heritable cephalic and nasal index, the promise of fecundity in the eyes. Close-ups are also for genealogical clues. «Hindu Business Line, Mar 15»
*Of Moral Fault Lines and Subjugated Wisdoms
A common one was anthropometry, the patterning Africans' physical characteristics –measuring skulls, height, skin colour, the nasal index, and ... «Nigeria Master Web, Apr 14»
*“Purging Racism, The Enemy Within”, An Analysis.
He absurdly determined, "the social position of a caste varies inversely as its nasal index measuring the definition of a community as either a ... «Nigeria Master Web, Mar 14»
Continued Western Influence on Indian Social Engineering
On the other hand, the British attributed the caste system to racial differences, supposedly based on something called the 'nasal index'. «ChakraNews.com, Jun 12»
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