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  • Simkins delighted in talking about how the masked faces, torches, and rearing horses of the Klan terrorizers affected the blacks (not his word, of course) cowering in their homes and about how he beat a boy with a barrel stave for ‘insulting’ a whitewoman.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Bernardine Dohrn of the early 20th century: The terrorist professor at U of Texas law school

  • If not, this seems pretty irrelevant, other than as an excuse to mention that Thomas is married to a whitewoman.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Justice Thomas and Judge Reinhardt

  • Simkins delighted in talking about how the masked faces, torches, and rearing horses of the Klan terrorizers affected the blacks not his word, of course cowering in their homes and about how he beat a boy with a barrel stave for ‘insulting’ a whitewoman.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Bernardine Dohrn of the early 20th century: The terrorist professor at U of Texas law school

  • Nemkcalb, whitewoman marry blackmen and whitewoman

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  • One of the War years when Miss Bodwin, the whitewoman, brought Christmas cologne for her mother and herself, oranges for the boys and another good wool shawl for Baby Suggs.

    Beloved

  • In Lillian Garner's house, exempted from the field work that broke her hip and the exhaustion that drugged her mind; in Lillian Garner's house where nobody knocked her down (or up), she listened to the whitewoman humming at her work; watched her face light up when Mr. Garner came in and thought, It's better here, but I'm not.

    Beloved

  • So the whitewoman, finding her new slave excellent if silent help, hummed to herself while she worked.

    Beloved

  • It had been a long time since anybody (good-willed whitewoman, preacher, speaker or newspaperman) sat at their table, their sympathetic voices called liar by the revulsion in their eyes.

    Beloved

  • About people Denver knew once or had seen, giving them more life than life had: the sweet-smelling whitewoman who brought her oranges and cologne and good wool skirts; Lady Jones who taught them songs to spell and count by; a beautiful boy as smart as she was with a birthmark like a nickel on his cheek.

    Beloved

  • They took the shoes from her as she stood on the steps and she rested her hip on the railing while the whitewoman went looking for the dime.

    Beloved

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