early black

early black

n. dusk; early evening. (Streets.) He was away every day, early black to early beams.
See also: black, early
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The young Woods, whose heritage is Thai and African American, didn't face the blatant prejudice on the tour that Elder, Sifford and other early black players faced.
They highlight both the early black pioneers' contribution to the game and their athletic prowess on the field.
Greenwood Press, 1982) to the pioneering works on early black theater by Henry Sampson, Blacks in Blackface (Metuchen, N.
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REMEMBER those early black and white photographs of a long-haired Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice in their flares, poring over the scores for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat or Jesus Christ Superstar?
Robert Hancock was one of the finest copper plate engravers of the time, moving to Worcester in 1756, and his initials can be found on fine early black and white printed wares.
Just as bigger-than-refrigerator early computers went through the process of miniaturization, early black powder weapons would evolve to more simplified and efficient forms.
The documentary 'paper trail' on the history of early black doctors in South Africa is not always clear, with some gaps in the historical record.
The book incorporates new thinking on such topics as the role of early Black newspapers, antislavery poetry and abolitionists in film and provides new perspectives on familiar figures such as Sojourner Truth, Louisa May Alcott, Frederick Douglass and John Brown.
The book's juxtaposition of a domestic American travelogue with black Atlantic travels does propose some new directions for future research on comparative mappings of the early black and white Atlantic.
He was also a superb draughtsman and - as I now discover, having remembered his early black and white work, colourist.
According to Althea Davis in her book, Early Black American Leaders in Nursing: (2)
It recounts in rich detail how the African Burial Ground was rediscovered three centuries later and what it has since yielded to archeologists about, the lives of the early black arrivals, their work ]rib, their families and their social world.
I love the early black gospel music from the South, when Sam Cooke was in the Soul Stirrers, the early Swan Silvertones, the Pilgram Travelers and the Blind Boys From Alabama.