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 n.— «Repeated “micro-aggression and micro-insults” wear down blacks, said Bell: When a white child and a black child enter a store, guards follow the black, when a black sits in first-class, flight attendants ask if he’s in the right place.» —“Anti-violence public policies urged” USA Today May 6, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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