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    Classify Mairead Nesbitt

    Please help classify the Irish musician Mairead Nesbitt.
    She is a fiddle player, born and raised in Ireland.
    I believe she is a natural blonde.
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    Skull between squarish and roundish, rather low face, bulbous forehead, weakly anguled jaw, can´t see any aurignacoid in her, and although she seems also pretty much reduced.
    I believe she is an Alpinized Bruenn + Borreby, and quite infantilized by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Einheerjar View Post
    Skull between squarish and roundish, rather low face, bulbous forehead, weakly anguled jaw, can´t see any aurignacoid in her, and although she seems also pretty much reduced.
    I believe she is an Alpinized Bruenn + Borreby, and quite infantilized by the way.
    Could we not just say "Borreby" or "North Alpinid"?
    In my view, the Borreby type is nothing else than an alpinized Northern Cromagnid, regardless of the basis, be it Bruenn or Dalofaelid (Phalian) you want to presume for such Alpinization. Put differently: An "Alpinized Bruenn" or an "Alpinized Dalofaelid" is more or less the same as a "Borreby".

    The more I study the topic, the less I see any substantial difference between "Faelid" and "Bruenn", so I propose to speak of "Northern Cromagnid" exclusively. To make distinctions is very important, but they can sometimes go too far and be too subtile especially when dealing not with terminological definitions but with types, the latter being the case here.

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    Yeah I see your point. The borreby type is mostly an partially alpinized Northern Cromagnid (most of times, an alpinized phalian), and Bruenns and Dalo-Phaelids are quite related but I can still see diferences between them, so to me an alpinised bruenn wouldn´t always be the same as a Borreby or an alpinized Phalian. The reason I think she is alpinized Bruenn + Borreby is because her nasolabial region and cheeks strike me definatly as "bruenn" and not Borreby proper, and she seems slightly more reduced than a pure borreby would be.

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