Races

Some articles on races, race:

Ironclaw - Jadeclaw
... (martial arts), and there are now non-mammalian "races" ... There are now Birds, Reptiles (Snakes and Tortoises), and races from Chinese Mythology (such as Dragons) ... There are also some strange servitor races of insects (scorpions, centipedes, etc.), which are strictly NPC's (Non-Player Characters) ...
Yook - Races - Fairy
... Fairies (妖精, Yōsei?) are a magical and benevolent race that aid Link during his quest in most games in the series ...
Johnny Herbert - Racing Record - Complete British Touring Car Championship Results
... key) (Races in bold indicate pole position - 1 point awarded just in first race) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap - 1 point awarded all races) (* signifies that driver ...
Jean Alesi - Racing Record - Complete International Formula 3000 Results
... key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap) Year Entrant Chassis Engine Tyres 11 ... DC Points 1988 Oreca March 87B Ford Cosworth A JER VAL 10th 11 ...
2007 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series - Top Stories and Controversies - Mark Martin Schedule
... Through the spring Atlanta race, Martin held the points lead ... Racing), Martin has reiterated that he will not run in all 36 races on the circuit this season, despite finishing second in the Daytona 500 ... He relinquished the lead by passing on the spring races at Bristol and Martinsville ...

Famous quotes containing the word races:

    I am obliged to confess that I do not regard the abolition of slavery as a means of warding off the struggle of the two races in the Southern states. The Negroes may long remain slaves without complaining; but if they are once raised to the level of freemen, they will soon revolt at being deprived of almost all their civil rights; and as they cannot become the equals of the whites, they will speedily show themselves as enemies.
    Alexis de Tocqueville (1805–1859)

    Listen, my friend, there are two races of beings. The masses teeming and happy—common clay, if you like—eating, breeding, working, counting their pennies; people who just live; ordinary people; people you can’t imagine dead. And then there are the others—the noble ones, the heroes. The ones you can quite well imagine lying shot, pale and tragic; one minute triumphant with a guard of honor, and the next being marched away between two gendarmes.
    Jean Anouilh (1910–1987)

    Arrive at New Orleans, a city of ships, steamers, flatboats, rafts, mud, fog, filth, stench, and a mixture of races and tongues. Cholera, “some.” [At] Planters’ Hotel. Mem:—Never get caught in a cheap tavern in a strange city.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)