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  • v  cry weakly or softly

  • In a Hollywood that thought blacks should simply shuffle and mewl, the spectacle of Robeson lording it over not only black savages but a white trader in the 1933 Emperor Jones film .
  • He describes everything from the "mewl of bargainers" at a fabric shop to card games played by bored guards at gated homes like the one in which middle-class narrator Zaki Shirazi .
  • This Republican Senator, who couldn't get anyone to listen to her while her own party had the White House (maybe she should have raised her voice above a mewl), who now has the .

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