Afrikaner

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Synonyms for Afrikaner

a white native of Cape Province who is a descendant of Dutch settlers and who speaks Afrikaans

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belonging or relating to white people of South Africa whose ancestors were Dutch or to their language

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Koerantinterpretasies: "Wat De Volksstem de Britten in de schoenen schoof, wierp The Times de Boeren voor de voeten.
The first Afrikaans publications are regarded as major manifestations of Afrikaner nationalism" and "In the second place, key importance is attached to the establishment of the first two modem political movements among Afrikaners: the one by Onze Jan Hofmeyr, who founded the Zuid-Afrikaansche Boeren Beschermings Vereniging (BBV) in 1878, and the other by S.
Op den vooravond van hun noodlottige verdwijning zijn die boeren dubbel zoo schoon, zoo treffend, zoo ontroerend
Interne verschillen en tegenstellingen--bijvoorbeeld tussen bewoners van stad en platteland, rijke boeren en arme bywoners of Kapenaren en noorderlingen--werden zoveel mogelijk genegeerd om de illusie van een gesloten gemeenschap te behouden.
The Boeren are also brimming with goals having notched 52 times in 17 games this term with 31 of them coming at the Philips Stadium.
offers a shorted and translated version of his 2008 Boeren in Nederland; geschiedenis van de landbouw 1500-2000, for English readers in their own countries, but especially those visiting Wageningen.
Saturday night is also the night to catch the Dutch trumpeter/cornetist Eric Boeren and his quartet at the Side Cafe down on the Quayside.
The literature also sensitized us to other targets for treatment such as fear of pain (Vlaeyen, Kole-Snijders, Boeren & Van Eek, 1995; Crombez, Vlaeyen, Heuts, & Lysens, 1999) and catastrophizing (Turner, Jensen & Romano, 2000; Thorn, Boothy & Sullivan, 2002).
However, there are limitations as there is a danger that the topics of study are insufficiently relevant to the local institutions and/or the formal position of the training recipient (see Boeren, 2005).
14) All the actors on the South African stage during the period of white hegemony step forward in Fram's long poems: Boeren, which, for example, paints a perceptive portrait of the rural Afrikaner, (15) while William Scott is, for its time, an insightful tribute to those whites struggling courageously to advance the emancipation of the blacks.