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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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He further said that the innocent, disarmed farmers raised their voice against the atrocities, exploitations, oppression and extortion of the Britishers and forced them to abolish the system through Satyagraha.
Sri Lanka's 10- run defeat at the hands of the Britishers not only knocked them out of contention for a berth in the semi- final but also ended Proteas chance to
The debarkation proceeded very slowly and two hospital ambulances were brought up to the ship's side to take off some of the Britishers who had been picked up at various ports and who had been sent home on sick leave.
Kate's parents, who run an online business of party supplies advice Britishers to decorate their homes using bright colours like red, orange, yellow and gold for the Thanksgiving party.
It has seen probably more brave deeds than Britishers have ever done in any campaign in our history.
com)-- This upcoming debut book, "The Bhairav Putras" by Suhail Mathur is a historical adventure fiction that pivots around the rebellion between the Britishers and the people of Bhairavgarh.
Cockney Rhyming Slang is virtually impenetrable, even for other Britishers, but see if you can decipher this: "Had a barny with the trouble, so went for a ball of chalk down the rub a dub dub for a swift Aristotle of pig's ear and a rabbit to me old china Biffo.
The destruction of Wellassa (one hundred thousand paddy fields) area in the Uva by the Britishers and carrying out a genocide of human massacre of all adult males above 16 years of age causing blood bath and uprooting all fruit bearing trees and destruction of cows and other household animals is one such example of inhuman activities carried out by the imperialist colonialists in Sri Lanka.
Speaking to KUNA, Dr Jaswant Singh, a renowned social scientist and political analyst, said that this action of the Central Government recalls the days of the British Rule before India's Independence when protesters and demonstrators against the Britishers were treated with force.
Summary: LONDON(Cihan) - Hundreds of thousands of Britishers travelled to central London on Saturday to express their anger at the Government's spending cuts.
Visiting Cannes, Nice and Monaco, they arrived in San Remo, where Mitford writes: "The place is full of black-cassocked ecclesiastics, Britishers and Yankee Doodles in their chimney pot hats.
In contrast, 50 per cent Britishers felt pangs of guilt.