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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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In 2017 the interior of the US A Shooting headquarters and upper n range were named the Lones Wigger Legacy Hall and Range.
To say Lones Wigger was a great rifle shooter is a trivialization.
Wigger grew up in Montana and wanted to be a baseball or basketball player, but his rural area lacked Little League or other organized teams.
Referring to the new greening requirements introduced by the CAP reform, Wigger underlined that smart agriculture does not only aim at increasing production capacity but also at minimising the environmental impact of farming.
(7.) Wigger HG: Fetal mesenchymal hamartoma of kidney.
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.
By John Wigger. (New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 2009.
She has also championed such new breeds as the Wigger - suburban whites infatuated with black urban culture - and the Metrosexual - the sensitive, city-dwelling modern male.
Nicola and Martin Dunford, with Kris Fitzsimmons, at the Malmiason cocktail masterclass Melissa Roberts and Emma Parr at the cocktail masterclass Celebrity chef Gino D'Acampo, at the Restaurant Bar and Grill Charlotte Murray, Robert O''Brien and Anna Fleming at the Quarter's library launch Chef Gino D'Acampo with Andy Wigger and Danny Fox, of Restaurant Bar and Grill Angela McMillan (A Little Aloud editor) with Jen Tomkins, of The Reader, at the Quarter Lorraine McCulloch and Mandy Molby, at the filming of Gino D''Acampo''s new show
That engagement continued into a discussion between Executive Vice President of Latin America for SHORE Consulting, Clement Wigger and Mary Kay's Theresa Flores.
By John Wigger. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
This spider was shown to inject larger volumes of venom when it detected that the prey was especially dangerous (Wigger et al.
It appears relevant, at this point, to compare RHA/RLA rats with other rat lines which have been psychogenetically-selected for divergent anxious behavior on the basis of different criteria, as it is the case of HAB (<<high anxious>>) and LAB (<<low anxious>>) rats, bidirectionally selected and bred for divergent behavior in the elevated plus-maze test for anxiety (EPM; e.g., Landgraf & Wigger, 2002, 2003).
He flaunts that era's annoying "wigger" speech--"I'm mad depressed, yo," he tells his shrink.