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  • Wetback (slur) - Wikipedia

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    Wetback is a derogatory term used in the United States of to refer to foreign citizens living in the U.S.A, most commonly Mexicans. The word mostly targets illegal ...

  • Wetback | Definition of Wetback by Merriam-Webster

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    socialism 'a way of organizing a society in which major industries are owned and controlled by the government' uphold 'to let ...

  • Wetbacks - Energywise

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    Many wood or pellet fires, ranges or burner systems can have wetbacks fitted to them. A wetback can work as a valuable supplement to your hot water system.

  • Wetback - definition of wetback by The Free Dictionary

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    wet·back (wĕt′băk′) n. Offensive Slang Used as a disparaging term for a person of Mexican birth or descent, especially one who has crossed the US-Mexico border ...

  • Wetback | Define Wetback at Dictionary.com

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    Wetback definition, a contemptuous term used to refer to a Mexican laborer who enters the U.S. illegally, as by wading the Rio Grande. See more.

  • Urban Dictionary: wet back

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    "Wetback is a derogatory term used to describe Mexicans who have immigrated illegally to the United States by swimming or wading across the Rio Grande--the river that ...

  • wetback - Wiktionary

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    Etymology . First used in the 1920s from the presumed effects of swimming or wading across the Rio Grande. Used by the U.S. Government in 1954 with ...

  • Wetback:Home

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    WELCOME TO WETBACK CONTRACTS (PTY) LTD . Since 1975, Wetback has consistently provided high quality service to Southern Africa’s petrochemical, chemical, mining ...

  • Operation Wetback | United States immigration law ...

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    Operation Wetback: Operation Wetback, U.S. immigration law enforcement campaign during the summer of 1954 that resulted in the mass deportation of Mexican nationals ...

  • What is a wetback? When should you use it in building design

    www.level.org.nz/energy/water-heating/energy-sources/wetbacks

    Wetbacks generally provide a boost to the water heating system, particularly in the winter when most required. They are most suitable for cold climates where a lot of ...

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