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settle

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settle as a colony

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settle as colonists or establish a colony (in)

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However, it is better to use "she" and "her" to refer to this character because the Aboriginal people have been predetermined as feminine colonized in contrast to British masculine colonizers.
Rather, the entire "truth" of the "Wretched's" movement is to actually "split the world in two" and create a rupture from the entirety of this situation that will allow the Wretched to destroy both the colonizer and, figuratively, themselves as colonized.
In Administering the Colonizer, Blaine Chiasson, an associate professor at Wilfred Laurier University who specializes in Modern China and Sino-Soviet relations, sets out to explore how Chinese officials administered the Manchurian Special District (SD) in the decade after the First World War.
At the same time, however, non-Western medical practices, even those that relied on therapeutic waters, were viewed by the Eurocentric colonizers as either "backward or superstitious" (p.
Like the American Indians of the 18th century caught between French and British colonizers, Gazans today find themselves caught between the U.
Curing the Colonizers is successful in providing a "history of colonial anxieties and countermeasures" to combat perceived "European fragility and mortality in the tropics" (2).
Heretics and Colonizers is the very well-written historical analysis of one of the more unusual such resettlement and colonization movements of the nineteenth century--namely, the effort of the Russian Empire to resettle "especially pernicious" religious dissenters (sectarians) in the Transcaucasian region now comprising the independent states of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.
Shorter's diligence in his community's archives and his formidable skill as storyteller yield a rich and complex picture of dedicated yet fallible missionaries interacting with multifarious African peoples and colonizers as a vast continent underwent dramatic change, notably because of European overrule.
For much of Thursday it looked as if the colonizers could have used a lesson from the colonists.
The player takes charge of the movement's resources, recruits new members, builds alliances, and organizes against dictators, colonizers, and corrupt regimes.
About 200 demonstrators backing claims by Aborigines that British colonizers stole the land that became Australia from its original inhabitants more than 200 years ago, were among about 500 people who gathered outside the site where the monarch was to have an official lunch.
Before 1959 the colonizers saw Tutsis, who were 10 percent of the population, as the most intelligent, the most clever, even like Europeans.
In a colonial context education reproduces the power of the colonizers and is designed to serve their needs.
At that time, almost the entire Muslim world was under colonial occupation and the political, economic, and social conditions were such that the colonizers considered Islam a spent force, while most Muslim scholars and leaders felt an acute sense of their own downfall and sought reasons for it.
WESTERNERS ARE OFTEN baffled at the rate of Christian conversions in China --where public evangelism is banned, where the state imposes regulations on religion and where Christianity continues to carry the baggage of a colonial past when missionaries were seen as collaborators of the colonizers.