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  • n. Plural form of hinterlander.


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  • Many enlightened people from LA to London who would be shocked by Ghettopoly feel free to laugh at the moronic white American hinterlanders portrayed in movies like Fargo and Bowling for Columbine in the way that generations of audiences in American minstrel shows and British music halls laughed at caricatures of blacks.

    Prospect Magazine

  • And that's all those hinterlanders think about: strong genes, more kids, population growth to keep us ahead of the Firvulag horde.

    The Golden Torc

  • That appears to be so in respect of the general relationship of we ex-hinterlanders with some of the tariff-protected and subsidized industries based between Sarnia and Montreal.

    The More Exciting Canada


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