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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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One of their most effective accomplishments was the organization of a boycott by thousands of Britishers who stopped buying sugar grown by slaves.
Sir Timothy Berners-Lee, the Britisher who invented the World Wide Web in 1989, was working at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, at the time.
Writers to the current edition include Britisher Sarah White, arts adviser of Bait Al Zubair museum.
Cromer said the cab driver told investigators he picked up the victim, an African-American man and two women, one blond and one brunette, at the Britisher bar on West Avenue I at 2 a.
I am sorry to say that the doctor can give little hope and I think your son himself realises this - he is bearing himself bravely and facing the situation like a true Britisher.
16 slaying of 44-year-old Augustin Juarez, who was attacked and robbed in an alley behind the Britisher in the 800 block of West Avenue I.
The 28-year-old Britisher, an accomplished artist and former NCAA champion at Northwestern, ended a 13-month winless streak Sunday by shooting 8-under-par 64 in the final round of the Target World Challenge to win for the first time since the 2004 WGC World Cup.
17, 2004, attacks on Onus Clark and Shannon Thomas at the Tipsy Bull bar and grill and The Britisher sports bar across the street.
Isaac Buford, 31, and Charles Ward, 42, both of Lancaster, are accused of killing of 44-year-old Augustin Juarez, who was attacked and robbed in an alley behind the Britisher in the 800 block of West Avenue I.
Last year she lost out despite winning global acclaim for her depiction of Queen Victoria in the film Mrs Brown, which was directed by Britisher John Madden.
s lawsuit names The Britisher bar and alleged assailant Sean Patrick Delaney as defendants.
The French umpire awarded the Britisher the game but the Ukrainians were clearly unhappy with the decision.