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Ne·gro

(nā'grō),
Camillo, Italian neurologist, 1861-1927. See: Negro phenomenon.
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Her family, one of the wealthiest in Devonshire, cut up rough about it, and we eloped--are eloping rather, for on the day that you and I walked to the landing stage to go aboard this steamer she and her faithful servant, a negress, passed us, driving to the ship Morrow.
Esmeralda, the Negress, was busy sorting her mistress' baggage from the pile of bales and boxes beside the cabin, and Miss Porter had turned away to follow Clayton, when something caused her to turn again toward the sailor.
In a Roman matron this would have been called the noble love of freedom: in a poor negress it is mere brutal obstinacy.
As soon as our footsteps are heard upon the planks, a fat negress, particularly favoured by nature in respect of bustle, emerges from some dark stairs, and marshals my wife towards the ladies' cabin, to which retreat she goes, followed by a mighty bale of cloaks and great- coats.
And rum, champagne, brandy, and beer-- spur a helluva lot of Negress tomfoolery-- to stud Uncle Sam's only Creole state-- Mulatto and sambo and griffes* and catchumas[?
A canvas by Simon Maris, for instance, which was formerly catalogued as The Little Negress, will now be known as Young Woman with a Fan.
Verdelle publishes essays and reviews, and is author of the prize-winning novel, The Good Negress (Algonquin/Harper).
In this 1780 will, Ulrici fils makes a revealing confession: "compelled by feelings of gratitude for all the efforts and care received from this negress, his mother," who raised him to adulthood, he wished to free her.
Until January 5, 2014 Kara Walker: Wc at Camden Arts Centre are Exceedingly Proud to Present an Exhibition of Capable Artworks by the Notable Hand of the Celebrated American, Kara Elizabeth Walker, Negress
On the same day, Waugh told Laura that he had "played a game of pegotty [sic] with a pubescent negress in an admiring circle of black nuns" (Letters 293).
18) The watercolors of her Negress Notes Series feature extreme images of sadomasochistic black slave/white master sex, pedophilia, zoophilia, abuse, defecation, menstruation, and ejaculation, all displayed in the context of great power inequality (2003, 23-35).