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Przykłady użycia - "African-American" po polsku
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EnglishAnd you tend to find topics that are almost entirely African-American conversations.
EnglishWe've focused in the U.S. on African-American students as well as Native American and Latino.
EnglishThey believe that 24 percent of American Twitter users are African-American.
EnglishIt's also extremely surprising to many Americans, a heavily African-American space.
EnglishThis new set of questions is: What does it mean, right now, to be African-American in America?
EnglishSo the public school students are about 86 percent African American.
EnglishAnd he comes around the corner -- finds a group of young African-American men playing dice.
EnglishAnd we sell nuclear reactors to all African, American and other countries and think we are clever.
EnglishYou see people without neighbors who are African-American who were much more likely to say, "That would give me a problem."
EnglishFor the first time in the United States, a predominantly white group of voters voted for an African-American candidate for President.
EnglishThe economic upturns in many Latin American and African countries are largely down to the economic rise of China.
EnglishAnd it's interesting, when I teach my students about African American history, I tell them about slavery.
EnglishAnd then African-American folks figured out you could take a broken bottle neck, just like that -- a nice Merlot works very well.
EnglishPolitical changes and power struggles have undermined Nicaragua's development, as has been the case in many Latin American and African countries.
EnglishAnd BMI was much more democratic in the art that it would include within its repertoire, including African American music for the first time in the repertoire.
EnglishIn Louisiana, about one in five white voters said, "Yes, one of the big reasons why I voted against Barack Obama is because he was an African-American."
EnglishAnd by reducing malpractice litigation -- malpractice litigation is not an African problem; it's an American problem.
EnglishI grew up in a house that was the traditional African American home that was dominated by a matriarch, and that matriarch was my grandmother.
EnglishTR: If you think about it, I think the eyeball is the same, as American or African, the problem is the same, the treatment is the same.
EnglishSo if you go to an African American Pentecostalist church in the American South and you listen to how they talk, my goodness, they talk well.
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