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colonial

(kə-lō′nē-əl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, possessing, or inhabiting a colony or colonies.
2. Living in, consisting of, or forming a colony: colonial organisms.

co·lo′ni·al·ly adv.
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This is especially so in colonial state formation that entailed, simultaneously, cross-cultural encounters with the extension of power and the creation of political institutions.
the US colonial rule), with a specific temporality (post-1898), and consequently a deficient and incomplete phenomenon (a colonial version of something originated in the metropole).
By the end of 1960, there were 27--17 of them set free in that year alone, as Britain, France, and Belgium all but dismanded colonial empires that had subjugated tens of millions of Africans.
By focusing on Nasser's nationalization of the Suez Canal in 1956 and the reaction by Western colonial powers (aided by Israel) the film inadvertently seem to offer a polemic against the hollowness of today's fundamentalist anti-Western rhetoric.
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According to the Tax Court, if Central had used the return from the bonds acquired from Colonial to operate as a holding company and manage the financial instruments to finance the intended expansion, it would have been (1) using the target's assets in the financial operations of the newly created entity and (2) continuing the historical business of managing and investing bonds and bond funds.
What drives the colonial and lyric circuits of desire, in Greene's account, is an absence -- hence the importance of "unrequitedness" as a category.
Photo: (1) Le Colonial chef Gary Bao displays two of his culinary creations.
8% ownership stake, IFM Colonial has the lowest equity interest of the five companies that own Colonial.
Scholars of pre-conquest and colonial Spanish America have long worked with native codices, inscriptions, the early sixteenth-century chronicles produced by native writers, and other sorts of indigenous texts, to reconstruct the realities of native life during the transition from pre-Hispanic times to colonial rule.
Joel Hausman, of Colonial Realty, was the sole broker in this transaction.