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British North America

(formerly) Canada or its constituent regions or provinces that formed part of the British Empire
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This surprisingly high percentage reflects both the years that many British units had spent in the colonies during the war and the rising population of British America.
The program is run by the British America Drama Academy, which was founded in 1983 to allow students from around the world to study classical theatre with leading actors and directors of the British stage.
Global in its scope, ranging from the Caribbean to India to British America, the book's lavish illustrations show how blurry the distinction grows between personal and public.
Oracles of Empire: Poetry, Politics, and Commerce in British America, 1690-1750.
Without British America," he continues, "you don't get a United States as it emerges in 1776, a polity based on British institutions, religion, commerce, language.
British Atlantic, American Frontier: Spaces of Power in Early Modern British America, by Stephen J.
Honda have footed one of the biggest bills in the sport's history to take total control of British America Racing.
Hollywood has always celebrated individualist rebels, and the Southern backcountry has a longstanding anti-authoritarian tradition that, as the historian David Hackett Fisher put it in Albion's Seed, was "more radically libertarian, more strenuously hostile to ordering institutions than were the other cultures of British America.
Founded in 1997, the Houston based company's systems are being used in Fortune 1000 companies such as, British America Tobacco, Beckman Coulter, General Electric, Hasbro, Hewlett-Packard, Menlo Logistics, Medtronic, NVIDIA, Philips, Ryder Logistics, Sempra Energy, Samsung, Siemens, Shell Oil, and Tatung.
Jefferson also reworked some of his own writings, such as A Summary View of the Rights of British America, which had been published two years earlier.
Who was the most cooed-over guest at last week's British America Film and Television Pre-Globe tea party at the Park Hyatt Hotel?

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