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an inhabitant of a western area

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The descriptions of Korea by Westerners in the late 19th and early 20th centuries were often negative.
LISTEN DEAR can see off stablemate Westerner Lady in the featured Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Chase at Limerick.
But he remains an exciting prospect and gets the nod over the Willie Mullins-trained mare Westerner Lady, unbeaten in three starts over fences, and Gordon Elliott's Jetstream Jack.
Sometimes it can be confusing for a Westerner to distinguish what is appropriate to say and the volume at which it should be said.
But not every Westerner blazes through the scene like Enright.
The daughter of Westerner joins an already strong team of four-year olds at Bedford House which features last year's Royal Ascot winner Afsare and the smart filly Seta.
If the hate in Muslims, as many would believe and argue, had been inborn toward their westerner counterparts, there could have been absolute rejection of what they have produced and manufactured.
Don't Just 'Be Yourself' -- In nearly every component of business etiquette, the Chinese culture dictates almost the exact opposite of Westerner practice.
To a Westerner, the most straightforward way is to start with a standard contract, alter it to fit the different circumstances and sign the revised version.
Thus, a contemporary Westerner would be more concerned about how a pathogenic organism may have created symptoms that ought to be eliminated by taking a certain drug.
THE Wildenstein family finally completed a long-held dream when Westerner won the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot at York.
Westerner has unfinished business to attend to at Royal Ascot at York tomorrow.
His exemplary new Christian life--he was the first Westerner commemorated for asceticism--caused his elevation to the see by popular demand, which he vainly resisted not least because he felt bound to live apart from his wife in perpetual continence.
Yet to watch a Westerner squabble over two pence, all in the name of preserving a local chap's dignity, makes me feel embarrassed for all concerned.
Westerner's status as Europe's top stayer was confirmed at Longchamp yesterday with a second successive win in the Prix Royal-Oak, the race known as the French St Leger.