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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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According to the poll, only one-in-three French back the bombing, one out-of-five Germans are in favor of missile strikes, while only 16 percent of Britishers support any such action.
He wrote these pages for Indians to tell them what is freedom, what liberty is and how to snatch these noble things from the soulless Britishers who had reduced Indians to downtrodden citizens," said Yadvinder Singh.
A Rest House built by the Britishers before partition is still intact, which is home to the tourists every season.
Today in India we are following the education system introduced in India by the Britishers forgetting our Gurukul system of teachings where Gurus considered religious texts -- back then the Gita, Upanishads and the Vedas -- as the most important curriculum.
The research, conducted by a hotel chain on 2000 Britishers, also found that females are three times more likely to have a nightmare about their partner being adulterous than males, the Daily Star reported.
He said that completion of Baizi Irrigation scheme was historical moment for me which was dream of our ancestors and Khudai Khidmatgar, who rendered enormous sacrifices on achieving independence from the Britishers.
He said that different dynasty right from Greeks to Central Asian, Kushan, Hindu Shahi, Ghaznavi, Mughal and Britishers were passed through the historical and ancient archaeological Gor Khutree.
He stressed that though we got the independence from the Britishers, yet we have to preserve it now and contemplate as to what extent, we were able to achieve the goals set at time of the independence.
11 ( ANI ): Nearly four million Britishers have never had any form of paid work in their lives, which is more people than the population of Wales.
THE Britishers left India 63 years ago, but some conventions started by them linger on.
The other reasons cited by nearly 1,000 divorced Britishers, who were interviewed for the survey for website DivorceDepot, included snoring, laziness, sex and even weight, the Daily Express reported.