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It was last year that my grandnephew, who studies in a totally anglicized school, where the day begins with 'Good Morning Teacher' made me feel weirdly old fashioned and out of place.
The massacre of scores of Indians by the British Army in 1919 was when he fully entered the movement led by Mahatma Gandhi, giving up his career in law, and his anglicized lifestyle, which was common to wealthy Indian families at the time.
When the preeminent philosopher Jorge (anglicized as "George") Santayana wrote the oft-quoted sentence above about the need to remember the past he was not referring to parapsychology, but he might have.
The story begins with young Li-ling, also called by the anglicized version of her name, Marie, recalling the sorrow of her father's suicide amidst the backdrop of the Tiananmen Square massacre.
Beginning in Mesopotamia about 30 years after the death of The Prophet, Islamic sectarians known to most as the Khawarij (Anglicized as Kharijites) but calling themselves shurat (exchangers), rose up against Ali b.
Indeed, the German artist, who was formerly known as Andreas Hofer (in 2010 he adopted the anglicized name with which he's autographed his artworks since around 1999), has made a name for himself producing what might be called soiled modernism.
Or make that Donald Drumpf, the original name before the Donald's grandparents anglicized it.
Xavier Rodriguez, now a federal district judge in San Antonio, was knocked off of the Texas Supreme Court by Steven Wayne Smith in a race often attributed to Republican primary voters' preference for Anglicized names over Hispanic names.
Therefore, one criticism I have of the books in general is that the lyrics are mostly written in Anglicized Hebrew but no translation is provided.
In German capot was borrowed as kaput, and from the sense of having lost a game, kaput developed the meanings "finished" and "broken." Kaput began to appear in English writing in the late 19th century, generally in contexts where a German word would be appropriate or else printed in italics or glossed to show that it was not yet a fully anglicized word.
Nicholas Wolf undertakes a revision of the idea that between 1770 and 1870 Ireland was an anglicized kingdom.
'Acadiens' was sometimes shortened to 'Cadiens' which then became anglicized to simply 'Cajun.' .' The term now encompasses an entire cultural heritage of those living mostly in Southwest Louisiana, and their cuisine is one of the richest and most unique on earth.
The colonial rulers left behind a well established, rich, English speaking, Anglicized elite it could rely on in the future.
Formerly, only women who Anglicized their names -- such as Jo Raquel Tajada aka Raquel Welch -- pulled that off.