Derogatory Term

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List Of Ethnic Slurs By Ethnicity - Broader Ethnic Categories - European Descent
... Charlie Mildly derogatory term used by African Americans, mainly in the 1960s and 1970s, to refer to a white person (from James Baldwin's novel, Blues For Mr ... Not considered to be derogatory in most circumstances ... Cracker (U.S.) Derogatory term for whites, particularly from the American South ...
List Of South African Slang Words - Original South African English Coinages
... baff – Fart bonehead – derogatory term for an Afrikaner bra – male friend (shortening of brother, see also bru above) canyon crab – see bonehead cherps ... idiot, doos chot – a very offensive term for a sexually active female clutchplate – see bonehead connection – a friend, mate, chommie cozzie – a swimsuit, short for ... giyn – a homosexual male graze – a term used in reference to food ...
Displaced Person - Derogatory Term
... DP" has also been used a derogatory term used when referring to immigrants, specifically those from Eastern Europe coming to the United States, who ...
List Of Police-related Slang Terms - P
... Paco A derogatory Chilean term for Carabineros, the national police force of Chile ... In Costa Rica, a familiar term for police, loosely derogatory ... The term comes from the nickname 'Paco' given to Francisco Calderón, a Security Minister in the 1940s ...

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    The term preschooler signals another change in our expectations of children. While toddler refers to physical development, preschooler refers to a social and intellectual activity: going to school. That shift in emphasis is tremendously important, for it is at this age that we think of children as social creatures who can begin to solve problems.
    Lawrence Kutner (20th century)

    I have been told, that in some public discourses of mine my reverence for the intellect has made me unjustly cold to the personal relations. But now I almost shrink at the remembrance of such disparaging words. For persons are love’s world, and the coldest philosopher cannot recount the debt of the young soul wandering here in nature to the power of love, without being tempted to unsay, as treasonable to nature, aught derogatory to the social instincts.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)