DWB


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DWB or D.W.B.,

driving while black (used ironically to refer to the stopping of a black motorist by police because of the motorist's race rather than for any real offense).
[1985–90; patterned after DWI]
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We are growing at the moment and will be taking on new people very soon" Emma Ballson of DWB Cleaning Services
The designation DWB comes from the 1969 catalog of emission nebulae by Helene Dickel, Heinrich Wendker, and John Bieritz.
In the UAE, where AFC has now been running DWB for six-and-a-half years, the recent uptake is impressive.
The WRC of the adjusted moistures DA, DBP, DWS, DBH and DWB were higher than that of DN, the source material, while the opposite was true for the other groups (PP1, PPC, C and AP).
Make Love Not War will be produced by Terry, of Worthing, West Sussex, in the DWB studios in Surrey.
The DWB campaign, however, may very well have consolidated popular and legal disinterest in how the police parse the guilty from the guilty.
Some Indian vegetables were found to contain extremely higher oxalate values ranging from 5138 to 12576 mg/100g DWB [24].
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It was nearly 14 years ago when I had my "Driving While Black" traffic stop-simply referred to as DWB by many nowadays, because it has become so prevalent.
In the middle of our conversation on election night, Deon asked me how long I thought it would be before the first assassination attempt would occur and whether or not I believed the backlash in the Black community would be limited to increased hazards of DWB (driving while Black).