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cracka

(ˈkrækə)
n
1. (Anthropology & Ethnology) derogatory US a variant spelling of cracker5
2. (Peoples) derogatory US a variant spelling of cracker5
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4) Cracker, sometimes white cracker or cracka, is a usually disparaging term for white people, especially poor rural whites in the Southern US.
Friends say alleged leader Cracka was arrested over the hack and is currently on police bail.
The Record understands that Cracka is the 16-year-old arrested in England last week and he is also linked to hacking a highwere ranking CIA official's email account last October.
His followers admitted Cracka had been "v&" (vanned) - a term that means arrested.
Jeantel testified Trayvon told her he was being followed by a "creepy-ass cracka," and young Martin also referred to Zimmerman as a "nigga.
8221; The event will feature a movie premiere and the release of mix tapes by Cote D'Ivoire's DJ Saddam and Ghana's DJ Stay Cracka.
But the fact that he carried a chip on his shoulder, whose weight may have pushed him to confront a "creepy-ass cracka," got him killed.
In her written response, she expressed concern about the following exchange between two students, "One boy said 'it was a white cracka, who hated us colored.
Work fast so the pasta does not dry and crack, although if it does cracka bit this is OK, you are going to cover it with sauce and cheese.
The fourth wall is thus punctured from the start, when Hoch delivers a general intro sprinkled with cynicism: "I'm not a cracka .
The efforts of the team, which included Steve Redgrave, Matthew Pinsent and a James Cracka Concept II indoor rowing machine, helped raise pounds 6,000 for the charity.
Since last year a group called Crackas With Attitude has been targeting the personal email accounts of top US government officials and revealing their sensitive information online.