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  • n  a grotesque black doll

  • firing of by BBC after black tennis player is referred to by as a "golliwog" Williamson, Bishop Richard skepticism about the Holocaust and especially about the existence of gas .
  • Shirley MacLaine is an adorable golliwog in green lingerie and inky wig; her flamboyant self-assurance is the perfect foil for the bumbling Lemmon.
  • His logo is a grinning golliwog.

  • Margaret Thatcher in AFP
    LONDON (AFP) — The daughter of former British premier Margaret Thatcher called a French tennis star a "froggy golliwog guy", a BBC presenter said Saturday, in the first full account of how a sensitive race row flared.
  • Naomi Campbell in Telegraph.co.uk
    Campbell, who kicked and spat at police when they tried to remove her from a flight bound for Los Angeles, told Sky News: "I was called a racial name on that flight and that was part of my reaction." "I was called a 'golliwog supermodel' - I...
  • Winston Churchill in Independent
    When he sees a wounded Sikh on the North West Frontier, Churchill describes him as "a tragic golliwog".

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