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black-and-white

1. 
a. a photograph, picture, sketch, etc., in black, white, and shades of grey rather than in colour
b. (as modifier): black-and-white film
2. the neutral tones of black, white, and intermediate shades of grey
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The remaining contributors to the collection address the intersections, mergings, and collisions of black and white cultures and literatures through a variety of approaches: The use of the sentimental and homoeroticism in Frederick Douglass's writing is analyzed by P.
Our first example is a black and white picture of a Harleysville Insurance Company (Harleysville, Pa.) employee working from home as a telecommuter.
The ravages of racial division in the United States, the de facto segregation of populations who are more or less yoked together by the demography and demagoguery of "democracy," turns Black and White into stark alternatives.
Indeed, the only quibble that I have with America in Black and White is that, in some places, the intensity and complexity of the argument seemed like overkill.
In the July 15, 1996 issue of The New Yorker, Alabama Fire Marshal John Robison gives a detailed and rational analysis of the church arsons, black and white, in his state: "Of the 34 known arsons, we have made arrests in 20 cases.
Because of racial stratification, black and white links differ.
Shock may set in as African-Americans read Andrew Hacker's Two Nations: Black and White, Separate, Hostile, Unequal.
More effective challenges issued from the mundane institution- and community-building efforts of black and white working-class Richmonders.
In a nation that only understood black and white, Walter White could never quite fit.
Consequently, reducing the well-known gap between the test scores of black and white students is now seen as an important way to reduce economic and other forms of inequality.
Adequate use and early initiation of prenatal care in the United States increased among both black and white women between 1981 and 1998.
For years he had been shunned by the establishment, black and white. He'd been rejected as a hate-filled anti-Semite and been slammed even by the nationalists for his suspected role in the death of Malcolm X.
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