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(ethnic slur) offensive term for a person of Italian descent

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It more than 20 minutes to pull out Dago and Obiasada from beneath the car.
However, there were no elections held in 41 chiwogs (electoral precincts) due to lack of candidates," admits Chogyal Dago Rigdzin, Chief Election Commissioner.
She compared it with other slang terms such as "Yank, Dago, Iti, Mick, Chink, Ruski, and Kraut" which she said people used and "nobody bats an eyelid".
Craig Dago Anyone who says "no he shouldn't" for whatever reasons are clearly fake rugby fans, if you watched rugby from time to time you'd realise he's good enough (on field) to play for Wales at the moment.
This is the question that Dago. Drndic's novel Mate--first published in Croatian as Sonnenschein--atternpts to address.
But it's the tango that takes the biscuit, here done nicely by Rory Mackay as the Dago and Celine Gittens as a rather worldly debutante.
Elisha Willis sparkled in Polka and there is a memorable Tango Pasodoble featuring Rory Mackay as A Dago and Celine Gittens, A Debutante.
The man who donated them told the museum how he bought the skates in Newfoundland in Canada in 1943 while the ship Dago was in dry dock for repairs.
"All the usual stereotypes: lazy, unreliable, seedy, temperamental, etc, were thrown at me, and names like 'dago' were not uncommon either.
After all, I'm dago, mick, limey, kraut, papist, Prot ...
This incident took place at around 9 am in the Dago area of district, where a police vehicle struck the roadside bomb, border police spokesman, Idress Momand, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
Election Commissioner Chogyel Dago Rigdzin explained that the ban is a "preventive measure" to avoid mixing of religion and politics.
The message was received by His Highness Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, deputy prime minister for the Council of Ministers, when he received Lyonpo Dago Tsering, special envoy of the prime minister of Bhutan at his office yesterday.
Militia fighter Noel Dago: "We are going to fight to the death to defend our territory.
Got big money riding on you, Dago. Don't lemme down.