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- n. Plural form of white.
- n. Clothing or linens, especially laundry, that is white
- n. The uniform of a chef
- n. cricket whites
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Leucorrh�a.
- n.pl. The finest flour made from white wheat.
- n.pl. Cloth or garments of a plain white color.
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Also, the low birthrate of whites is at least partially due to high taxes and big government. superdestroyer Says:
In everyday life, the message to whites is clear that you had better never criticize blacks.
I was a little miffed over their book wardrobe vs. movie wardrobe too (Edward dressed in whites, creams, tans, and on occasion black, just like his room) but I guess the switch to blue hues was to emphasize cold vampires vs. warm humans.
From an African-American standpoint this arouses visuals of what transpired when African-Americans were routinely lynched by angry whites from the late 1900's up until the 1960's and Civil Rights movement.
Southern whites were violently opposed to the Civil Rights Act and the 1964 law led directly to the realignment of Southern whites from the Democratic to Republican parties in the South.
In comparison, the rate for whites is 9.3 percent.
Set in Arizona, a truce between Apaches and the whites is shattered when two white men are murdered and mutilated.
The gap between blacks and whites is relative rather than absolute as modern black Americans do consistently better than the average white person living in the 1940s on IQ tests.
Meanwhile, over at American Thinker, "Obama's racism against whites is upfront, in your face racism."
Julie Platner for The Wall Street Journal For this overhaul, Frank Fusaro, of Handel Architects, removed the faux facades and stucco and cover the building in stainless steel tiles with a coating dubbed the Dream Finish: It's polished enough to reflect the blues and whites from the sky overhead, but not enough to mirror passers-by.