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war crime

(noun) Any criminal action carried out during war time that violate codes of conduct or conventions of warfare, typically referring to violations of the Geneva Conventions.

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wealth

(noun) The value of money and assets an individual or group owns.

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white flight

(noun) The movement of white people from urban areas into the suburbs.

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white privilege

(noun) The unearned benefits white people receive in Western countries simply by being part of the dominant group.

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white-collar

1. (adjective) Of or relating to individuals who work in offices or other professional settings; 2. (adjective) Of or relating to work done by such individuals.

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white-collar worker

(noun) An individual who works in an office or has a professional career such as banker or lawyer.

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widow

(noun) An individual whose spouse is dead, especially one who has not remarried.

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wife

(noun) A female partner in a marriage.

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work

(noun) Human activity which is productive, produces something of value, such as goods or services, which is done with the expectation of reward or remuneration.

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world-systems theory

(noun) Theory asserting that most nations are part of a worldwide interdependent economic and political system based on the unequal exchange in the division of labor and allocation of resources between core nations, semi-peripheral nations, and peripheral nations.

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worldview

(noun) The way an individual or group thinks about and interprets the world around them.