indigene


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Cet incident a fait dire au vieux chef indigene Raoni que [beaucoup moins que]le president Bolsonaro ment.
In suit number: FHC/ABJ/CS/878/19, Baba-panya, who is also an indigene of Karu in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), said the president's action was contrary to an Appeal Court's judgment delivered on March 15, 2018.
Though recurrent in almost all British colonial territories in Africa, the situation was deplorable in British Southern Cameroons especially in the Bamenda Province, where the Fulani were in the minority and looked upon as strangers by indigenes."
Meme s'il ne partage pas la rejection en bloc de la civilisation occidentale par Valcarcel, Mariategui n'admire pas moins ce <<poeme du peuple du soleil>>: <<cette exaltation lyrique nous rapproche beaucoup plus de l'intime verite indigene que la critique glacee de l'observateur neutre>> (3).
'Everything can be bought in Nigeria, including certificates of indigene,' suggests a politician; (3) this might well sum up a common view of public administration in the country.
Il reprend en effet deux figures par ailleurs deja bien connues car effectivement exemplaires et qui ont laisse de belles archives--Henry Budd dans le Nord-Ouest canadien et Tiyo Soga dans la Colonie du Cap--pour eclairer la maniere dont les identites << indigenes >> peuvent etre reconstruites dans le contexte colonial britannique, pour l'essentiel entre 1850 et 1876 mais le titre ne doit pas induire en erreur et le propos touche plus amplement l'ensemble du 19eme siecle et au-dela.
As France acquired its new empire, it ruled either through assimilation (if the indigenes became linguistically and culturally French they could become French citizens) or association (the indigenes retained much of their own culture and were partners--albeit junior partners--with France).
Le bref article de Ted Jojola a ete redige afin d'offrir un contexte sur les travaux d'urbanisme indigene au Canada.
Indigene Pharmaceuticals, a rapidly growing biopharmaceutical company, was founded in early 2002 with a strategic focus on developing and delivering innovative, safe and effective molecular combination-based health care products.
Colonel Paul Azan, L'Armee Indigene Nord-Africaine, Paris: Charles-Lavauzelle, 1925, p.
A lo largo de cinco capitulos y cinco centurias, Versenyi sostiene el hilo de su tests de principio a fin, describiendo como desde el histrionico recibimiento que Cortes trace de los doce monjes franciscanos--cuya mision es instruir a la poblacion indigena en materia relgiosa--haste el llamado teatro de la liberacion (liberation theatre) de las decadas de los sesenta y setenta, continuan entretejiendose las relaciones entre politica, religion (indigene y cristiana) y teatro.
Citizenship is larger in legal content because the rights of citizens encompass the rights of an indigene." See African Guardian, 16 January 1986, p.
One of the most revealing contexts for the fur trade writer's exploration of the self and society is that of the indigene community.