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nigre

[′nī·gər]
(chemical engineering)
Dark-colored layer formed between neat soap and lye during soap manufacture; contains more soap than lye, and a high concentration of salts and colored impurities.
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Nigeria simply means 'The Nigger Area' or 'Land of the Black slaves.' Nigger was a common derogatory slang used for slaves.' This claim is almost wholly historically inaccurate.
After the breakfast and preceding our business meeting, we were entertained by our guest speaker, Bee Santori, on "'Nigger Rock': What is it?
A black woman in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, alleged in a Facebook post that a state district judge called her a "fat nigger" at a popular local eatery.
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"Yesss, nigger, think you can count them pieces of glass with the tip of your tongue?" Fon is silent.
"Take it nigger," which I actually found very funny.
Where was Daniel, who lives near Noti, in 1987 when the local bar had a sign reading read "no niggers" and displayed a spiked log chain that read "nigger 'black' handcuffs"?
"Moreover," he said, "I do not want my sister to marry a nigger."
"You start out in 1954 by saying, 'Nigger, nigger, nigger'.
Hemmingway''s A Moveable Feast and Joseph Conrad's The Nigger of the Narcissus.
It was a difficult decision because the word "nigger" is one of the few insults that remain taboo - six letters that encapsulate the contempt in which black people were once held and the suffering they were expected to endure.
The Nigger of the "Narcissus" (1897) foreshadows, even suggests prescience of, present-day social concerns--racism, the unionization of labor, socialism/ capitalism, whereas the other major sea tales such as Typhoon, "The Secret Sharer" and The Shadow-Line are more at a remove in their impact on the contemporary reader, given that these have more to do with the Merchant Service as such.