Citations:US Americans

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    1990, American Chemical Society, Chemical Abstracts: Key to the world's chemical literature, volume 113, page 370:
    The frequency distribution of GP Ib phenotypes in the German population was similar to that reported for U.S. Americans of Caucasian origin.
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    2002, William B. Gudykunst & Bella Mody, Handbook of international and intercultural communication, page 150:
    Ohbuchi et al. (1999) had 264 U.S. Americans and 207 Japanese self-report [] U.S. Americans were orientated strongly to achieving justice, whereas Japanese were orientated strongly to maintain relationships.
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    2004, Gwyneth Olofsson, When in Rome or Rio or Riyadh—: cultural Q&As for successful business behavior around the world, page 56:
    I've heard a Canadian say that citizens of the U.S. should really be called USians, but somehow I don't think it will catch on. Instead, if you talk about U.S. Americans, Canadians, Brazilians, and so on, nobody should be offended.
  • 2006, Johannes Wilm, On the margins: US Americans in a border town to Mexico
  • (quote, alternative form) 2007, Caitlin Upton, 2007 Miss Teen USA pageant:
    I personally believe that U.S. Americans are unable to do so because, uh, some, people out there in our nation don't have maps ...
  • 1940, Louis Adamič, From many lands, page 273:
    Like most Latin Americans, these Venezuelan friends drank moderately and slowly — not, like most ‘US Americans,’ to get the stuff down;