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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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Colonization of section F might have occurred because the termites colonizing that area had searched for colonizing sites in the dark area inside the PVC pipe where earlier colonizers had already taken all suitable sites, i.e., a site saturation.
In contrast, only 18 (6%) of 300 colonizing isolates had the PVL locus.
America, which remembers itself as a "New Israel"--a nation of pilgrims and refugees who came to these shores seeking liberty, safety, and peace--must not become a "New Rome," oppressing and colonizing other peoples with our new found might.
This growth from town house to agglomerative element colonizing an urban block is phenomenal, but Taniguchi nevertheless attempts to retain something of the domestic scale of MoMA's original facilities.
In defence of non-Native society's lack of knowledge about the Native peoples of Canada, it helps to understand the mindset of the two major colonizing nations.
The contributors scrupulously illustrate that the holders of the colonial gaze can be men as well as women from both colonizing societies (such as the Roman Empire, Britain or France) and colonized groups (such as Muslims in Spain, Indian nationalists or Korean elites under Japanese invasion).
aureus from colonizing the nose, Regev-Yochay says.
And in certain cases, a colonizing power's insistence on exclusive rights to scientific knowledge encouraged indigenous scientists to elaborate local traditions of scientific innovation.
By focusing on the exterior, ethnographers inculcated in readers the practice of racial, colonizing, and consumerist gazing that had long been performed at slave auctions--the instantaneous specularization of black body parts that reduces whole people to anatomized images of mute primitiveness, salable powerlessness, and brute animality.
She whose ancestors conquered and ruled, a descendant of the colonizer, finds herself a victim of a new (racial, cultural, religious) "colonizing" agenda.
Although recommended not to do so, I could not resist imagining myself alternatively in the positions of the colonizer and the colonized in order to appreciate the criticism launched against the colonizing, feminizing, Othering projects all over the postcolonial areas or empathize with the "indigenous" responses.
1994) commonly presents colonizing species with heterogeneous and often unpredictable environmental conditions.
By situating all of Marlowe's plays except Massacre at Paris within the political, ideological and epistemological confusions embedded in sixteenth-century imperialist and colonizing projects, Bartels perceives them as both symptomatic and radical.
When it comes to colonizing unfriendly territory, temperate interlopers are no match for their northern neighbors--especially black and white spruce, tamarack, and to a lesser extent balsam fir.
Washington, July 14 (ANI): A US Geological Survey-led research has shown how rice can be made to adapt to climate change and some catastrophic events by colonizing its seeds or plants with the spores of tiny naturally occurring fungi.