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  • Rather doubleplussgood example of blackwhite if you ask me.

    Matthew Yglesias » Against “FinReg”

  • However, I did buy a couple of darling dresses for my granddaughter (both floral), a set of bowls (blackwhite), and a clipboard/folder (petals peacocks).

    Liberty at Target - A Dress A Day

  • And the gingham ones would be great too; I could make different gingham dresses to wear with the shoes! blackwhite, bluewhite, pinkwhite... who cares.

    If Loving These is Wrong (you know the rest) - A Dress A Day

  • To claim that EFCA opponents want to maintain the integrity of free and fair elections is to engage in what Orwell called "blackwhite."

    Bret Caldwell: Republicans Go "Blackwhite" on EFCA

  • And the notion that whiteblack pundits can dictate what constitutes unacceptable speech in the blackwhite church is repulsive to most blackwhite people.

    Taking "Dictation"

  • Similarly, the turmoil in blackwhite relations in America is a signal that a disproportion of power and privilege exists.

    Thinking in the Future Tense

  • And just as with Orwell, the message of Uncle Tom's Cabin sank so deep into the popular imagination that the author's meaning gradually turned into an Orwellian blackwhite, and the abolitionist novel became, on many a rustic American stage, a racist minstrel show, and the character of Uncle Tom, a selfless defender of his fellow slaves in the novel, entered the language connoting virtually the opposite.

    The Politics of Literary Reputation (reviews)

  • But in any case an elaborate mental training, undergone in childhood and grouping itself round the Newspeak words crimestop, blackwhite, and doublethink, makes him unwilling and unable to think too deeply on any subject whatever.

    Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • (Part 2 - Chapter 5) * The key-word here is blackwhite.

    Background information for George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • The purest example of this is blackwhite: literally, the acceptance by the masses at the behest of Big Brother that black is white, and always was.

    The Policeman's Blog

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