A derivational suffix in nouns designating nations, races, or languages, and in adjectives describing them; from OE: Brittish
, English, Denish (var.
At Ajnala Kuh Kallianwali can be visited where many Indian soldiers were buried alive by the Brittish
Forces before 1947.
Once our confidence grew, the Brittish
began using the weapon on tanks and military vehicles in areas where other weapons could not be employed.
Medical Journal: 326 (15 March), 591-594 (2003).
International Comparators and Poverty and Health in Europe", Brittish
Medical Journal, Vol.
With the fundraising pupils are (left) Neil Tooth from Progressive Educational Tools LTD and (front right, left to right) Elaine Hancox from the Snowball Appeal, Donna Stokes from the Brittish
Heart Foundation and Jessica Lewis-Bell from Progressive Educational Tools LTD.
75% of you think it's time for the Brittish
Army to get out of Afghanistan
Although the colonists surely did not believe that their respective colonies were fully sovereign and independent polities--they surely recognized those in the motherland, those the terminology of the Declaration identifies still as "our Brittish
brethren," as, at the very least, legitimate participants in their rituals of self-determination--a sense of collective selfhood and the prerogative of self-determination is evidently operative.
Maybe the Allegro really was the way forward for Brittish
industry and automotive technology worldwide.
Neptune arises in a Chariot, drawn by Sea-Horses, where a rentote View of the Brittish
Fleet terminates the Sight.
Included are such treasures as the Paul Revere engraving, "A View of Part of the Town of Boston in New-England and Brittish
[sic] Ships of War Landing Their Troops
An introductory account of the smaller algae of Brittish