anglicize


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make English in appearance

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To reduce the chances of 'detection' and being eliminated prematurely, some minority students Anglicize their names, use street addresses of relatives and friends in more desirable parts of town, and downplay ethnic-specific education, jobs, and affiliations.
It also seems a bit odd to anglicize the name of Jacques de Molay, the last Master and perhaps best known of all the Templars into James de Molay, the moreso since Pope Celestine V, commonly known in the English-speaking world as Peter Morone becomes Pietro del Morrone.
I believe that deep down Betjeman was driven by an obscure urge to say goodbye to his Dutch ancestry and Anglicize himself as thoroughly as it could be done.
London, July 2 (ANI): A telesales firm, owned by Indians in Britain has been found guilty of race discrimination for forcing an Indian employee to anglicize his name.
Interestingly, she refused to change or anglicize her surname though she does no t explain the reason why.
It is no great surprise that women letter writers seem to Anglicize less quickly than men, but some illuminating illustrations of the importance of the participant relationship for linguistic choices in letter writing also inform this analysis.
These activities in turn produced conflict with the elite leadership of the established Anglo-Jewish society, whose efforts to reform and anglicize the newcomers reflected both the general attitudes of the propertied classes toward the problems of poverty and their own social insecurities as Jews.
The consequence of her white blood could neither Anglicize Ellen the chattel nor deliver her and her children from the fate of enslavement.