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  • noun Alternative capitalization of westerner

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Examples

  • To sum up the whole situation: the "jolly, slogging statements," the "remarkably ingenious and painstaking evasions of truth," to which the Westerner is addicted, are only indigenous growths.

    Janey Canuck in the West

  • "Kind o 'calkilate yuh might settle it with that canoodlin' pardner of yourn," suggested a heavy-going Westerner from the Dakotas, at the same time pointing out Weatherbee.

    In a Far Country

  • "Kind o 'calkilate yuh might settle it with that canoodlin' pardner of yourn," suggested a heavy-going Westerner from the Dakotas, at the same time pointing out Weatherbee.

    In a Far Country

  • The only fly in the ointment, so far as a Westerner is concerned, are the public restrooms.

    Matthew Yglesias » Doing It Low-Tech

  • Pursuing the process of selection that resulted in the choice of him in particular would involve trespassing what, to a Westerner, is terra incognita, where belief, thought and action exist in

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1989 - Presentation Speech

  • "Kind o 'calkilate yuh might settle it with that canoodlin' pardner of yourn," suggested a heavy-going Westerner from the Dakotas, at the same time pointing out Weatherbee.

    In a Far Country

  • Respecting a Westerner is a heroic achievement for a Muslim, a tour de force, because Western culture is so aggressively present in our daily life that we have the impression we already know it thoroughly.

    Scheherazade Goes West

  • I'd be self-consciously thinking about how I'm a rich, entitled Westerner coming into what is supposed to be a sacred traditional rite of indigenous cultures, just so * I* can say I've had the experience and so * I* can engineer some perfect (albeit essentially fraudulent) set and setting experience.

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  • Similarly by shaking hands I cannot be called a Westerner any more than as by doing namaskar to my mother, father or teacher out of respect can I be called a Hindu.

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  • Here on Africa to Appalachia, the Westerner is a Canadian, Jayme Stone, who plays the banjo, and the African comes from Mali and plays the kora.

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