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  • Through the course of all his writings, Churchill gradually has emerged as a spokesman of sorts for those persons derisively referred to as Indian "wannabees" - individuals with no American Indian ancestry or tribal affiliation who nonetheless hold themselves out to the public as "Indians" by aggressively inserting themselves into the political affairs of real Indian people.

    The Blue Voice

  • Most people who want these things are just "wannabees", because the Army and Marines use them.

    Have you noticed the misconceptions of people do have distinguishing the difference between the M16 from the AR15 and calling th

  • Wendy, this is one of the most honest/forthright statements I've heard from "wannabees" moving to Mexico.

    Foot on your neck...

  • The City's Correctional Officers (all but one) have conflicts with their own personalities as they appear to have been, "wannabees" and were people that were picked on in School, OR they cannot tell whether they were born a MAN or a WOMAN.

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  • This promises to be a fascinating battle between the 'experienced champions' and the fast emerging, younger 'wannabees'.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Churchill's appeal among the "wannabees" lies both in the boldness with which he expresses contempt for Indian tribes, and in the scholarly facade he gives his anti-tribal propositions; indeed, many Churchill fans appear to have been won over by the mere fact that Churchill's books contain an abundance of endnotes.

    The Blue Voice

  • "No current intelligence exists to suggest any threat connected with this group, which officials describe as 'wannabees' and not terrorists," the report says.

    The Jawa Report

  • Local ones are fleshy, ripe, and burst with flavor, according to local growers n versus what they call the pale, mealy "wannabees" coming from out of state!

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  • This is when you get into the "meat and potatoes" of your schedule where teams either want to choose to be 'wannabees' or 'champions'.

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  • Don't give the kids a de-rated experience which keeps them as "wannabees" in global terms.

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