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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleeveless_shirt

A sleeveless shirt is a shirt manufactured without sleeves, or one whose sleeves have been cut ... it is commonly known as a tank top and also in the US by the pejorative nicknames wife-beater (sometimes just beater) and guinea tee or dago  ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wife-beater

Wife-beater, wifebeater, and wife beater may refer to: a type of sleeveless shirt; a person who abuses their wife (domestic violence); Nickname for alcoholic ...

www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=wife%20beater

Men's close fitting, ribbed, sleeveless white cotton undershirt most commonly used before T-shirts came into vogue as undergarments. It is named wife beater ...

mic.com/articles/139771/why-are-we-still-calling-white-tank-tops-wife-beaters

Apr 8, 2016 ... The connection to sleeveless shirts may be a total coincidence, but linguists do cite these medieval origins for the phrase "wife beater," to refer ...

www.pauldavidson.net/2005/05/13/words-for-your-enjoyment-wife-beaters

May 13, 2005 ... Alas, greetings to you and yours on this hereth day doth referred to as such. ... First, we must address the origins of said “wife beatershirts.

www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question103968.html

The term is slang for a sleeveless white T-shirt – the kind famously worn by Sylvester Stallone in Rocky and Marlon Brando in A Streetcar ...

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$12.99. Hanes® Men's 6Pk Crew Neck T-Shirts With Fres… ... $14.99. Hanes Red BTS Bonus A-Shirt - White ... Fruit of the Loom® Men's A-Shirts 4-Pack - Bl…

www.quora.com/Why-are-tank-top-undershirts-called-wife-beaters

Tank top style undershirts for men are called "wife-beaters" because they appear in a lot of ... Run all-hands meetings that people actually want to attend. ... Originally Answered: Why are athletic sleeveless shirts called "wife-beaters"? I thought ...

www.yahoo.com/news/why-still-calling-white-tank-123900793.html

Apr 8, 2016 ... The connection to sleeveless shirts may be a total coincidence, but linguists do cite these medieval origins for the phrase "wife beater," to refer ...