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Synonyms for Britisher

a native or inhabitant of Great Britain

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It was in 1917 that Gandhi had arrived in Bihar to take up the cudgels on behalf of the indigo planters against Britishers.
But I don't think that the people responsible for the deaths of the Britishers will be held to account.
President Zardari also directed the relevant federal government authorities to pursue with the UK the proposal to upgrade the Sukkur barrage that was initially built by the Britishers in 1932.
Half of those questioned said they believed Tony Blair deliberately set out to mislead Britishers about the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
Recounting the ordeal of his forefathers, the visiting President said his grandfather and many others from the state were lured by the Britishers to Mauritius in the name of better future.
The Britishers during their period paid special attention towards the cleanliness of this town and for this very reason people used to call it a small London a city of Europe.
Britishers Norman and Stephanie Baker, who are in India for their honeymoon, say their romance with Leopold started after reading the book.
The Delhi Police have been asked by the ministry of home affairs ( MHA) to find out whether the Britishers had violated the provisions of the Indian Telegraph Act and to arrest them if they had done so.
He said the Britishers could be fined up to Rs 1,000 if convicted under Section 20 of the Telegraph Act.
According to a survey of more than 1,000 Britishers, the use of nuclear weapons to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki was more pivotal than a series of other milestones, including the events that sparked World War One and the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe.
He said that though we got the independence from the Britishers, but now we have to preserve it and contemplate as to what extent, we were able to achieve the goals set at the time of independence.
More than 100,000 Britishers of Pakistani origin live in the town of Birmingham.
The 'Vijay Yatra' would start from a place where Rani of Jhansi defeated the Britishers, with an initiative to bring back the black money amounting to rupees 400 crores," Ramdev told mediapersons on the sideline of a television reality show here on Monday.
The Britishers had designed CP as a giant circular complex.
According to the survey even marmalade has lost its appeal, plummeting in popularity as the must-have spread for 36pc of Britishers in 1972 to a cult following of just 7pc preferring it on toast today.