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Briton

1. a native or inhabitant of Britain
2. a citizen of the United Kingdom
3. History any of the early Celtic inhabitants of S Britain who were largely dispossessed by the Anglo-Saxon invaders after the 5th century ad
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The Minister added that the Neeley Britishers had confiscated more than one lakh crore fertile lands and set up their kothis there.
After comparing the life-styles and habits of both, the sponsor fixed the salary for the Britisher at BD200 plus a villa and a car, whereas the Indian's salary was fixed at BD75 plus single bachelor accommodation and staff bus.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW'S 1911 declaration that "The ordinary Britisher imagines that God is an Englishman" would have been met with few arguments.
He is also the only Asian and non Britisher to be selected as the Vice President of The Trichological Society, London, UK.
Eugene O'Neill and Virginia Woolf seem like the oddest of odd couples--the rough-edged, egalitarian American, obsessed from his youth with exploring the radical possibilities of drama and ultimately credited with introducing the realism of Chekhov, Ibsen and Strindberg to the American repertoire; and the arch, aristocratic Britisher, devoted to the art of the novel and the essay, and associated not with realism but with the post-Freudian modernism of James Joyce and Gertrude Stein.
Isaac Buford, 34, and Charles Ward, 45, were charged in the slaying of Augustin Juarez, 44, who was attacked and robbed in an alley behind the Britisher in the 800 block of West Avenue I.
By Jessica Sarhan Star Staff Writer Brian William Haw, is a name that can only be associated with integrity, power, fortitude and wellC* not your usual run-of-the-mill Britisher.
But especially since the Caribbean was far from England, the average Britisher had little idea of the inhuman life the slaves were forced to live.
When London Times reporter James Bone asked Kofi Annan about his son Kojo avoiding taxes by using his father's diplomatic immunity when importing a Mercedes-Benz into Ghana, and about some of the secretary-general's accounts" of the oil-for-food scandal that "don't make sense," Annan publicly rebuked the persistent Britisher, who was quickly defended by the president of the UN Correspondent's Association.
There's an outstanding selection of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails from all over the Continent and even the most rabid Little Britisher would surely find something to suit.
Britisher Lizzy Le Quesne with five dancers from Prague showed a minimalist piece that progressed from walking to leaning to falling, and finally to dragging and carrying, allowing a keen sense of pathos to creep in.
While Sam Hughes made strong overtures to command the Division, fortunately Britisher LGen Alfred Alderson was given command, and the Division underwent training for the western front.