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British Pakistani

Definitions

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  • proper noun A person of Pakistani ancestry or origin, who was born in or was an immigrant to the United Kingdom, former heartland of the British Empire.

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Examples

  • The statistics are appalling: 30% of children in this country with serious genetic diseases are British Pakistani; yet the ethnic grouping makes up only 1.5% of our population.

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  • Mildred et al also missed, is that the burqa/niqab is not traditional Pakistani dress - in the 70s and 80s, British Pakistani women would wear the salwar kameez, with a dupatta to cover the hair.

    Sucking Beyond the Telling of it

  • DemocracyNow! interviewed British Pakistani political commentator, writer, activist and editor of the

    Civilianism News

  • British Pakistani political commentator, writer, activist and editor of the

    MyAntiwar.org

  • According to a British Pakistani friend, someone who worked at a West Bank university and spent plenty of time in Tel Aviv, the only glue holding Israeli Jews together is their hatred of the natives.

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  • According to a British Pakistani friend, someone who worked at a West Bank university and spent plenty of time in Tel Aviv, the only glue holding Israeli Jews together is their hatred of the natives.

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  • According to a British Pakistani friend, someone who worked at a West Bank university and spent plenty of time in Tel Aviv, the only glue holding Israeli Jews together is their hatred of the natives.

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • British Pakistani children account for as many as one-third of birth defects, despite making up only three per cent of all UK births.

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  • British Pakistani children account for as many as one-third of birth defects, despite making up only three per cent of all UK births.

    Interested-Participant

  • British Pakistani children account for as many as one-third of birth defects, despite making up only three per cent of all UK births.

    Hodjas Blog

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