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inhabited by colonists

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Balochistan [Pakistan], Feb 26 ( ANI ): China's decision to invest in the Gwadar Port in particular, and the USD 60 billion China-Pakistan-Economic-Corridor (CPEC) in the larger context, should not been seen only in economic terms, as a certain section of people harbour fears of Pakistan being colonised by the Chinese.
Once the wood is fully colonised, mushrooms will spring forth from cracks or channels in the wood.
To the majority of those colonised, the Union Flag was known as the 'Butcher's Apron'', representing cruel and violent colonial oppression, and the enslavement of native people.
The struggle against racism in Europe and North America is a struggle of the colonised against the coloniser.
Two more babies transferred from the PRM to Glasgow's Southern General Hospital have also been colonised.
Dr Alice Roberts will explore where we came from, how our ancestors colonised the world, and how their journeys changed us.
Comparison between colonised & non-colonized preterm infants Profile Colonized Non-colonized characteristics (n=20) (n=80) Mean birth 1142.
Set in a shared house colonised by Antipodeans, Vegemite Tales stars Neighbours actor Blair McDonough and Jessica Gerger and has been described as "a funnier version of Friends".
There is concern that other African countries don't want to be colonised by an economic power," says Gelb.