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whigga

and wigga and whigger and wigger
n. a gangsta term for a nonblack who affects the speech, dress, and behavior of the black males of ghetto or streets. (Streets. Derogatory. A blend of white + nigga.) Not bad for a whigga.

wigger

verb
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Dr Wigger, a fluent Irish speaker from Hamburg, retraces the steps of his supervisor who broadcast the propaganda to Ireland from 1939 to 1945 along with Ludwig Muhlhausen.
Wigger traces Asbury's life from his birth in the village of Handsworth in England's West Midlands in 1745, through his teenage years as a young evangelist and metalworking apprentice, to his appointment on John Wesley's American "circuit" in 1771.
As a member of the US Army Marksmanship Unit, Wigger competed at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico and the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, where he won a combined two Gold Medals and one Silver Medal.
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The application of both model and method is demonstrated in a study of Wigger City, a region located at the interstices of the established locations of Zurich, Basel, Bern-Mittelland and Central Switzerland.
In the song The Way I Am, he hits back: "And I just do not got the patience to deal with these cocky Caucasians who think I'm some wigger who just tries to be black.
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The place of the "minority" - red, green, black, white, pink, wigger, jigger, nigger - in the imbroglio of the culture wars and the lingo of cultural studies is illuminated by Foucault's insistence that modern power emerges from, and operates within, "local conditions and particular needs" rather than the instrumental or "universal" rationalities of identifiable groups.
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