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blanco

A potentially offensive term for a white person. ("Blanco" means "white" in Spanish.) Oh boy, you blancos will really stand out if you go walking around this neighborhood on your own.

blanco

n. a white person; a Caucasian. (From Spanish. Potentially derogatory.) The blancos arrived in droves to enjoy our beaches.
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But what about Rioja Blanco? Not a bottle I pick up too often, this is a white that can be most intriguing.
apart Luis Alegre Blanco Lias 2016 (PS9.50, Oddbins) From one of the new innovators of Rioja, this is a fresh approach for white Rioja made from Viura and Malvasia.
Se han escrito montones de libros sobre la imaginacion desmesurada de los elefantes blancos que viven los dias enredados en extranos pasatiempos, tienen solamente tres amigos, el sol, la luna y una estrella que titila y le dedica todos los fueguitos a ellos.
In the second round of the 2009 elections, the Colorados "loaned" their votes to the Blancos in exchange for support in certain 2010 district contests in which PC candidates had better chances of winning.
Pueblos Blancos' stunning views together with luxurious surroundings is set to lure families and retirees to a charming rural slice of Laurel, Batangas.
A should-see destination is the Blanco Family Museum.