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Someone not born in Broken Hill: A B-grouper, regardless of how long they've lived in Broken Hill will never really be considered a 'local' See A-grouper.

Contributor's comments: I always understood that to become a B-Grouper someone "from away" (i.e not from the West Darling) have to be married to an A-grouper. The idea was that the children of the union (pun unintended) were more financially secure than those of outsiders. When layoffs occurred all those of no caste were laid off first, then the B-groupers, and then the A-groupers.