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  • 1 White Woman River — White Woman River, so v.w. Walhouding River …

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  • 2 White woman of Gippsland — The white woman of Gippsland, or the captive woman of Gippsland, was supposedly a European woman rumoured to have been held against her will by Aboriginal Kurnai people in the Gippsland region of Australia in the 1840s. Her supposed plight… …

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  • 3 white woman — noun a woman who is White • Hypernyms: ↑woman, ↑adult female, ↑White, ↑White person, ↑Caucasian …

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  • 4 Missing white woman syndrome — (MWWS) or missing pretty girl syndrome is a term used by some media and social critics to describe the seemingly disproportionate degree of coverage in television, radio, newspaper and magazine reporting of a misfortune, most often a missing… …

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  • 5 Don't Touch the White Woman! — Directed by Marco Ferreri Produced by Jean Pierre Rassam, Jean Yanne, Alain Sarde, François Rochas Written by Marco Ferreri, Rafa …

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  • 6 Don't Touch The White Woman! — Infobox Film name = Don t Touch The White Woman! image size = caption = director = Marco Ferreri producer = Jean Pierre Rassam, Jean Yanne, Alain Sarde, François Rochas writer = Rafael Azcona, Marco Ferreri starring = Marcello Mastroianni,… …

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  • 7 White women (mythology) — White woman in mythology and folklore can have various meanings, that vary by culture:* Witte Wieven (Dutch: white women), a type of female spirit * Weisse Frauen (German: white women), a type of female spirit * Dames Blanches (folklore) (French …

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  • 8 White Africans of European ancestry — White Africans africano branco wit afrikane africain blanc africano blanco africano bianco …

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  • 9 White people — Whites redirects here. For other uses, see White (disambiguation). Race …

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  • 10 White Anglo-Saxon Protestant — This article is about the cultural ethnonym. For other uses, see Wasp (disambiguation). White Anglo Saxon Protestant Regions with significant populations All parts of the United States Languages Major: American English. Religion Protestantism …

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  • 11 White, Walter Francis — (1893 1955)    African American civil rights leader Walter Francis White graduated from Atlanta University in 1916 and worked for two years in insurance. In 1918, he was appointed assistant executive secretary to the National Association for the… …

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  • 12 White person — noun a member of the Caucasoid race • Syn: ↑White, ↑Caucasian • Derivationally related forms: ↑Caucasian (for: ↑Caucasian), ↑white (for: ↑ …

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  • 13 White Witch (of Rose Hall) — The White Witch, Annie Palmer, was born in Paris. She is a character in Jamaican folklore. According to legend, she was a beautiful but spoiled young white woman who arrived on the island as the wife of the owner of Rose Hall Plantation, east of… …

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  • 14 white meat —    1. the breast of cooked poultry    As with dark meat1, now standard English, with Victorian prudery forgotten.    2. a white woman viewed sexually    The converse of dark meat2, but also used of the aspirations of a white man living among… …

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  • 15 white slave — /waɪt ˈsleɪv/ (say wuyt slayv) noun a white woman who is sold or forced to serve as a prostitute, especially outside her native land …

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  • 16 White Buffalo Calf Woman — (Lakota: Pte San Win), a sacred woman of supernatural origin is treated as a prophet or a messiah and is central to the Lakota religion. Oral traditions relate that she brought the extended Lakota nation of the Teton Sioux their Seven Sacred… …

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  • 17 White Town — Datos generales Origen Inglaterra …

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  • 18 White-Bear-King-Valemon — is a Norwegian fairy tale collected by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen. George Webbe Dasent translated it for his Tales from the Fjeld .It is Aarne Thompson type 425A, the search for the lost husband. Others of this type include The King of Love , The… …

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  • 19 White Stains — is a poetic work written by Aleister Crowley under the pseudonym George Archibald Bishop . It was published in 1898 in Amsterdam and contains various poems in both English and French which can also be regarded as individual works. The major part… …

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  • 20 White slavery — is a term that was used to refer to sexual slavery. It was first used in 19th century Britain to refer to prostitution of children.Forced prostitutionThe Eliza Armstrong caseThe term gained particular prominence in England during the trial and… …

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