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“The term yankee was invented by British soldiers in the seventeenth century as an epithet against bawdy Dutch pirates in the West Indies.”
“In the six New England states, a yankee is somebody who eats pie for breakfast.”
“June 8th, 2006 at 1: 31 pm amy says: yankee is gringo”
“The azteca language is used everyday - chocolate, tomato, metate, even the word yankee is a nahuatl word, it means stranger.”
“See that's my point Anna why do you need to call the yankee's stupid?”
“On November 21st, 2009 at 10: 15 am heather trammell said: it's called yankee pot pie (at least my family does) and its saltine crackers broken up with gravy poured over it .. its simple but tastes really good!”
“The reason I put "yankee" in quotes is because, in Texas, any US accent that isn't Texan or Southern is considered a "yankee" accent.”
“The reason I put quotes around "yankee" is because, in Texas, any US accent that is not Texan or Southern is considered a "yankee" accent.”
“Perhaps from fear of falling in with the grittier stereotypes so moften loved, then charicatured and mocked by the media and genral "yankee" populuos ...”
“I grew up in an openly, even proudly racist and insular society where the term "yankee" was often used to describe those from areas of the United States outside of the south.”
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these came into effect from 2011
Alle Menschen werden Brüder - sooner or later? Derogatory terms for anybody different.
Culturally defined terms and expressions from the four corners of the world
This list is a blatant rip-off, and I don't care. :-P I fudged a bit, including names of some ghost towns that may or may not still exist. Because ghost towns are freakin' awesome.
by Joe Grant and Steve Ritchie
Come all you brave young soldier lads
With your strong and manly bearing
I'll tell you ...
The standard NATO phonetic alphabet with the norwegian additions
Terms of human exceptionalism, exclusivity, and 'types of'.
Used extensively in the transportation industry, the military, Ham radio operators etc. The alphabet was different during WWII, viz.:
Able Baker Charlie Dog Easy Fox George How ...
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