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His full-blooded Sioux father was a remarkable man in many ways and his mother, a half-blood woman, was the daughter of a well-known army officer.
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All the Indian tribes who hunt upon the plains, with the exception of the half-blood Crees, observe the same custom of making a common stock of the capture.
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The half-blood Faringhea, wishing doubtless to escape from the dark thoughts which the words of the Indian on the mysterious course of the Cholera had raised within him, abruptly changed the subject of conversation.
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Jones, a half-blood, son-in-law of Red Jacket and a chief of some note.
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By means of a forged letter purporting to have been written by her father-an old English trader in the Gambier Group-Motley had lured the beautiful young half-blood away from a school in San Francisco, and six months afterwards turned her adrift on the streets of Honolulu.
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Thomas Heyroun, John Chaucer's brother of the half-blood, was likewise a member of the same trade; so that the young Geoffrey was certainly not brought up in an atmosphere of abstinence.
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There were many Mestizoes, half-bloods, the descendants of Indians and their Mexican captives, the offspring of many a Sabine wedding.
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Examples of Half-blood

Example #1
She was the most beautiful woman of the "Leaf Dwellers" band.
Example #2
His grandmother was "Stands-Like-a-Spirit," the second daughter of the old chief Cloudman.
Example #3
It tended to equalize, at the outset, the means of subsistence obtained.
Example #4
This method of distribution is continued until all are supplied.
Example #5
His eye shone with lurid fire, and his countenance took an expression of savage enthusiasm, as he cried: "Bowanee will always watch over us, intrepid hunters of men!
Example #6
Paris, 1844.-E. S. CHAPTER XXII.