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Oreo cookie

offensive slang A derogatory term for a black person whose behavior is regarded as more stereotypically white than black. The term derives from the fact that Oreo cookies are black on the outside and white on the inside. Primarily heard in US.
See also: cookie, Oreo

oreo

n. an American of African descent who behaves more white than black. (Like the Oreo brand cookie, the person is black on the outside and white on the inside. Rude and derogatory.) They called Sam an oreo because he wears a suit and works downtown.
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Android Oreo (Go edition) is expected to be available running on devices based on Snapdragon mobile platforms in early 2018.
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Milka Oreo Choco-Mix Snack Mix Bag--Oreo mini chocolate sandwich cookies, Golden Oreo mini sandwich cookies, Milka Chocolate Candy Buttons, and candy-coated chocolate pieces mixed together for a multi-texture experience--available in a 6.
Push a whole Oreo cookie into side of each mound of cream and serve with a long-handled spoon.
The Oreo cookie design has undergone at least five changes since 1912 but the contemporary four-leaf clover design as we know it has not changed much since 1953.
At Oreo, we know that some of our fans have grown up and that their tastes have grown up too," states Patty Gonzalez, senior brand manager for Oreo at Mondelez International.
According to Krispy Kreme, the OREO Dirt Cake Doughnut is a yeast doughnut filled with a blend of Kreme filling and OREO cookie crumbles, dipped in milk chocolate and topped with OREO cookie crumbles and a gummy candy worm.
Chief among his immediate concerns was figuring out the future of Oreo cookies.
Oreo biscuits have taken the Pakistani market by a storm, selling over 300 million biscuits in just six months.
A Polish family moves in next door, and Oreo learns from their son the language of class hierarchy.
After the grand launch of Oreo in Pakistan, Continental Biscuits Limited (CBL) and Mondelez International (previously Kraft Foods) look forward to giving tough competition to established biscuit brands.
CBL) makers of the LU brand of biscuits and an exclusive affiliate of global snacks group Mondelez International (previously known as Kraft Foods) recently launched the iconic Oreo biscuit brand in Pakistan.