Colonelcy Colonialism

Colonial

Meanings and phrases

colonial

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of or inhabiting a colony
  2. of animals who live in colonies, such as ants
  3. composed of many distinct individuals united to form a whole or colony; compound

colonial

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a resident of a colony

colonial period

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E.g.
  • Spaniards settled Venezuela during the colonial period.
  • The settlement of the region began in the colonial period.
  • This church has a collection of paintings from the colonial period.

colonial government

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E.g.
  • The colonial government was vigilant of the entity.
  • The Spanish colonial government made it a town in 1578.
  • The colonial government provided land for the liberated Africans.

colonial era

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E.g.
  • Nsibidi was described in the colonial era by P.A.
  • Royal sheriffs during colonial era: The sheriffs were:
  • She was one of the colonial era's first woman printers.

colonial rule

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E.g.
  • He led the Nandi resistance against British colonial rule.
  • France first established colonial rule in the Comoros in 1841.
  • During his lifetime, the town was under Portuguese colonial rule.

colonial times

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E.g.
  • Before colonial times a system called sawei was practiced.
  • In colonial times, this region had a very small population.
  • Veneration of Columbus in America dates back to colonial times.

during the colonial

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E.g.
  • Spaniards settled Venezuela during the colonial period.
  • Catholicism was the official religion during the colonial era.
  • Additional designs and motifs were added during the colonial era.

colonial administration

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E.g.
  • The seat of the colonial administration was then moved there.
  • During the colonial administration, this set up was strengthened.
  • The language of colonial administration and schooling became French.

colonial authorities

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E.g.
  • The Dutch colonial authorities were initially indecisive.
  • It was built by the German South-West African colonial authorities.
  • At one point he was sentenced to death by the colonial authorities.

colonial administrator

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E.g.
  • The Earl of Warwick was an English colonial administrator, admiral, and Puritan.
  • Roelof de Man Roelof de Man (1634–1663) was a Dutch colonial administrator in South Africa.
  • Jean-Baptiste Chaudié Jean-Baptiste Chaudié (1853–1933) was a French colonial administrator.

early colonial

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E.g.
  • Cookhouse was an early colonial settlement.
  • It retains the low lines and broad proportions of early colonial dwellings.
  • The Fischer family settled the area after arrival on one of the early colonial ships.

colonial powers

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E.g.
  • Spain and Britain were the only colonial powers left.
  • She had been removed by the French colonial powers in 1897.
  • Second, all the colonial powers were significantly weakened by World War II.

colonial empire

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E.g.
  • The French colonial empire expanded into Mauritania by the 19th century.
  • In 1863, Cambodia became a protectorate of France within its colonial empire.
  • French withdrawal from Algeria led to the collapse of the French colonial empire.

colonial governor

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E.g.
  • It was named after the colonial governor John Wentworth (1792-1808).
  • He founded the town of Franceville, and was later colonial governor.
  • The community was named after Thomas Causton, an aide to colonial governor James Oglethorpe.

colonial power

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E.g.
  • The group claimed that Brittany was oppressed by France acting as a colonial power.
  • He soon developed an ideology of hostility towards France as the former colonial power.
  • Chad is officially non-aligned but has close relations with France, the former colonial power.

colonial forces

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E.g.
  • At first, the Fore distrusted and feared the colonial forces.
  • The Ethiopian army became more effective against British colonial forces.
  • At first, the UPC rebels were fighting against the French colonial forces.

colonial history

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E.g.
  • The name is derived from the city's Spanish colonial history:
  • The third hall is dedicated to pieces related to the area's colonial history.
  • The film attempts to explore the colonial history of the Indian subcontinent.

colonial governors

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E.g.
  • William Penn, James Logan, and four colonial governors of Pennsylvania visited Conestoga.
  • See also the Cuba history of the bombs list of colonial governors of Cuba and list of Presidents of Cuba.
  • List of colonial governors and administrators of Seychelles For continuation after independence, "see: "List of Presidents of Seychelles

colonial architecture

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E.g.
  • The place also contains examples of functional colonial architecture.
  • Portuguese colonial architecture was the first wave of architecture to go to Brazil.
  • Joglo roof has influenced the development of Dutch colonial architecture in Indonesia.

former colonial

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E.g.
  • French, the language of its former colonial ruler, is a unifying force.
  • It is located in a former colonial building in the old city centre of Cusco.
  • He soon developed an ideology of hostility towards France as the former colonial power.

colonial troops

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E.g.
  • Over a thousand British and colonial troops were killed.
  • The concept of stopping power appeared in the 19th Century when colonial troops (e.g.
  • The referred colonial troops were composed of soldiers from Senegal, Macaronesia, and Madagascar.

colonial officials

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E.g.
  • Strongly anti-communist, he was also trusted by the British colonial officials.
  • He is thought to be one of the most capable of the Spanish colonial officials in his day.
  • The colonial officials were under obligation to show them the honor corresponding to their respective duties.

during colonial

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E.g.
  • Royal sheriffs during colonial era: The sheriffs were:
  • and was built during colonial times.
  • The history of oil marketing in Kenya began in 1903 during colonial times.

colonial expansion

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E.g.
  • French colonial expansion led to the creation of the in 1900.
  • Importantly, Stockenström forbade colonial expansion into Xhosa land.
  • The numerous expeditions of Ethiopian forces stopped colonial expansion.

other colonial

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E.g.
  • Like other colonial ascidians, "Didemnum vexillum" is a suspension feeder.
  • By declaring a protectorate, the British were able to justify keeping out other colonial powers.

colonial settlement

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E.g.
  • Cookhouse was an early colonial settlement.
  • The treaties opened most of Kentucky and West Virginia to colonial settlement.
  • During the early days of the colonial settlement, people brought with them contagious diseases.

colonial governments

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E.g.
  • The colonial governments of Pennsylvania and Virginia offered rewards for their scalps.
  • From 1870 until 1901, each of the six colonial governments was responsible for their own defence.
  • Following the Jervois-Scratchley reports the colonial governments of Australia restructured their defence forces.

colonial possessions

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E.g.
  • Also, Germany ceded all of its colonial possessions in Africa and the South Sea.
  • British, French, and Dutch leaders all hoped to retain or reclaim their colonial possessions after the war.
  • His son Frederick I, from 1701 the King in Prussia, was glad to sell colonial possessions to the Netherlands.

colonial administrators

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E.g.
  • Native populations were often relocated at the will of the colonial administrators.
  • The language was widely used not just by police but also by colonial administrators.
  • The area was surveyed by the British colonial administrators and formally renamed Granville in 1871.

colonial capital

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E.g.
  • "Middle Plantation" was changed to "Williamsburg" in 1699 when the colonial capital was moved there from Jamestown.
  • The first Sephardic Jews arrived in colonial times and settled in the colonial capital Cartago and its surroundings.
  • The local leftist trade unions were hostile to colonial capital, of which they regarded Internatio as a typical representative.

colonial army

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E.g.
  • In 1885, the Force Publique was set up, a colonial army with white officers and black soldiers.
  • In 1892–93 Allègre participated in discussions on recruitment and organization of the colonial army.
  • Most Ivorian recruits who joined the colonial army were assigned to Senegalese units during this period.

colonial election

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E.g.
  • 1890 South Australian colonial election Colonial elections were held in South Australia from 9 April to 23 April 1890.
  • 1893 South Australian colonial election Elections were held in the colony of South Australia from 15 April to 6 May 1893.
  • 1896 South Australian colonial election Colonial elections were held in South Australia on 25 April 1896, excepting the Northern Territory, which voted on 2 May.

colonial style

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E.g.
  • Marie was built in 1796 in a French colonial style.
  • The Memorial Building is of a colonial style of architecture.
  • The town was built in an old colonial style, in the Cordillera Volcánica de Guanacaste.

colonial secretary

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E.g.
  • D'Urban was dismissed by Charles Grant, 1st Baron Glenelg, the colonial secretary on the 1 May 1837.
  • Hillsborough was apparently supportive of the idea, and resigned as colonial secretary when it was rejected.
  • The daughter of Arthur Mews (or Meux), deputy colonial secretary, and Mabel Woods, she was born in St. John's, Newfoundland.

first colonial

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E.g.
  • In parallel, France developed its first colonial empire in Asia, Africa, and in the Americas.
  • Nathan's grandmother was Martha Mayhew, daughter of Thomas Mayhew, the first colonial governor of Martha's Vineyard.

early colonial period

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E.g.
  • The site also has historic European artifacts from the early colonial period (1550-1700 AD).
  • Virado arose spontaneously during the early colonial period of Brazil as a dish of the bandeirantes.
  • Archaeological remains associated with the site date back to the early colonial period, mid-17th century.

colonial policy

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E.g.
  • After the duel Le Chatelier lost influence in colonial policy.
  • He was involved in discussions on the budget, public education, colonial policy and state railways.
  • Ostensibly, Spanish colonial policy was designed to protect native peoples, who were wards of the state and church.
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