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a person who settles in a new colony or moves into new country

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Under the slogan of "their souls demand that we erect a monument to their memory", the colonists of Itmar demanded this facility to be built on Palestinian privately owned lands, but the Israeli government initially delayed the issue asking the colonists to wait.
Secretly, the Israeli Prime Minister had made a promise to the colonists at the time of that court ruling that they would receive compensation that would allow for the further expansion of the colony.
Mars One intends to send a group of colonists on a one-way trip to Mars and film the events that take place there for a reality television show.
She includes the transatlantic and international contexts, looking at exchanges between colonists and the European counterparts as well as between parties in the colonial milieu.
All of us at Scotch Hall Preserve commend Brent Lane of UNC-Chapel Hill, the First Colony Foundation and The British Museum for their work in continuing to unravel the 400-year old mystery of what happened to the Roanoke Island Lost Colonists.
First, one must know the political and constitutional history of the British Empire from 1609 to 1776 to understand how the colonists and the British Parliament developed such divergent views of Parliament's authority.
The colonists revolted from Great Britain's rule by physical force.
AMERICAN TEMPEST: HOW THE BOSTON TEA PARTY SPARKED A REVOLUTION provides a lively history of the Tea Party and its aftermath, and comes from a historian who recounts the period when colonists didn't have representation in Parliament, yet were expected to pay British taxes.
reported that an organisation named Task Force to Save the Nation and the Land has offered 1,000 Israeli New Shekels for every day an Israeli soldier spends in prison for disobeying orders to evacuate colonists.
Colonists perhaps longed for familiar things from home and the intimacy of extended family relationships.
Over the past fifty years, scholars of Southern Africa, influenced in part by Turner's thesis on the American frontier, have devoted considerable attention to the frontier as a zone of militatry, economic and cultural contact between white colonists and indigenous peoples.
The title of Susan Hardman Moore's new book, Pilgrims: New World Settlers and the Call of Home, may mislead American readers who are used to thinking of the "Pilgrims" as the small band of colonists who settled Plymouth Colony in 1620.
Hundreds of Jewish colonists are engaged in violence against Palestinians and Israeli soldiers who get in their way, Israel's top general in the occupied West Bank said in remarks published on Oct 2.
12-15) was just one of many factors that spurred an increasing number of colonists to see themselves as independent Americans rather than as British subjects.
2 The Stamp Act: "By 1765 the American colonists already accepted the bullshit idea that it was the proper role of government to tax foreign trade.