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  • n. Plural form of Haitian.

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Examples

  • Nevertheless, I am not persuaded that the type of curse that he believes has afflicted the Haitians is entirely implausible.

    Pat Robertson in trouble again « Anglican Samizdat

  • Somehow Jean's expression of grief for the plight of Haitians is taken to mean putting Haiti (her birthplace) before Canada.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Scattered mostly across the North and East sides and favoring five Christian churches where sermons often are delivered in Creole, Haitians living in Columbus were loosely federated before the earthquake, according to the Rev. Jean Andre, pastor of the Evangelical Sanctified Church on Cleveland Avenue.

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  • She called Haitians "resilient people" and said no one is giving up on them.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • 'Not even life-threatening injuries are enough to entitle Haitians to a different sort of American reception.

    MRZine.org

  • Now, here’s why Temporary Protected Status for Haitians is a horrible idea.

    Matthew Yglesias » Temporary Protected Status for Haitian Immigrants

  • To clarify, I’m not suggesting that we take in Haitians individually, such that they would assimiliate to Santa Monica martini-bar values, I’m suggesting that we take them in as a whole nation, such that they would be able to keep a lot of their religious and cultural outlook, including the pro-life ethos.

    Matthew Yglesias » Haiti and Foreign Aid Critis

  • THE HAITI QUAKE WAS ONE YEAR AGO TODAY - A year that began with goudou-goudou, the onomatopoeic neologism Haitians use to refer to the quake, ended with cholera on a death march across the country, a sometimes violent electoral dispute and a palpable vacuum of leadership...

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  • Our policy on return of the Haitians is the same because I became convinced, after I became President, that hundreds and hundreds of Haitians were going to die trying to come to the shores of this country unless we set up a system that would allow them to apply for refugee status in Haiti before they came here.

    Presidents Town Hall Meeting In Charlotte Nc

  • A year that began with goudou-goudou, the onomatopoeic neologism Haitians use to refer to the quake, ended with cholera on a death march across the country, a sometimes violent electoral dispute and a palpable vacuum of leadership.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

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