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an American who was born in Britain or one whose ancestors were British

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The manipulation of the source text to fit the ideological mind frame of AngloAmerican Protestant readers is however not limited to the additions made by the translator, but is also reflected in the omissions and in other modifications made to the story.
Bose stated, "By developing a pipeline pumping system optimization and integrity monitoring application for this project, AngloAmerican will be able to improve efficiency of their pipeline systems, gain reduced energy consumption and reduced carbon footprint from their operations.
Henry Miller and Deleuze's 'Strange AngloAmerican Literature.
Toni Morrison also reimagines the emotional life of an ascending AngloAmerican plantation mistress through the character Rebekka Vaark, who underwent fear and humiliation in the Old World as a result of patriarchal oppression and religiosity.
Longwall leaders from AngloAmerican, Signal Peak Energy and CONSOL Energy will talk about their operations and share their experiences.
Since deserts in AngloAmerican travel writing do not really inflect Al-Koni's novels, these ideas will not be developed further.
SUNSET Sons, the AngloAmerican surfer-dudes who have won a spot on the BBC Sound Of 2015 longlist, have lined up a headline tour for the spring, winding up at Birmingham's institute Temple on March 14.
The move made good sense because we Filipinos have several unique advantages: We speak English, we have an Asean face, and, most significant, we have trained in the two great legal systems of the worldthe Civil and Roman law which we inherited from Spain and the AngloAmerican common law brought here by the Americans.
Germany had prided itself on its industry and on the corporate and consensual nature of its social market economy, but these notions were challenged by a flexible, dynamic AngloAmerican capitalism, its politics of financialisation, and by the notion that the future belonged to a new 'knowledge-based economy' (Abelshauser, 2003, 2006).
These share a rejection of the norms of British politics, and indeed large parts of Scottish mainstream politics; and they also are critical of the AngloAmerican capitalist model, the Westminster consensus, and the narrow fetishisation of miniscule differences between Labour and SNP (other than on the issue of independence).
Las empresas explotadores son en su totalidad extranjeras (Glencore, Drummond, MPX, BHP Billiton, AngloAmerican, Xstrata) y los principales yacimientos se encuentran en La Guajira, Cesar y Boyaca (5).
DROR, "The Affect of Experiment: The Turn to Emotions in AngloAmerican Physiology, 1900-1940," Isis 90 (1999), pp.
Kirk Boyle suggests that Cuaron "represents a world shaped by the AngloAmerican neoconservative movement" (n.
In fact, the only way in which she can make any claims as to the 'impact' of English (and maybe, of AngloAmerican culture) is by asking the speakers themselves, either directly through interviews and questionnaires, or indirectly, through observing them in action; that is, by means of ethnographic data.
Furthermore, non-US corporations such as Absa Group Banks, Temasek Holdings, and AngloAmerican also have female Presidents and/or CEOs (http:// www.