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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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21st is the century of unity of the colonially divided nations.
In a context where, as Stewart remarks, colonially inflected reverence to Shakespeare coexisted with indifference, there must have seemed to be a number of reasons for establishing a Society which would honour Shakespeare by reading his plays.
To those who are colonially connected we would say, in all earnestness, suffer not your unwillingness to refuse, what seems a small request, to make you instrumental, perhaps, in breaking up homes and sending forth many to misery and disappointment; and to those who found their hopes upon other's influence, we say at once, that until you have learnt to put your whole confidence in your own good arm, your honest heart, and God's good Providence, remain at home.
Hers was one of five colonially themed protests in Los Angeles County and 2,040 nationwide on the tax-filing deadline, organized by conservative groups, taking aim at big government and epic spending.
Citizens of mostly Arab and Asian Islamic societies for their part seemed this year to be more humble in acknowledging their own need to take the initiative to reform themselves, and not only to wait for others - especially the US and fellow Western powers - to treat Arabs-Muslims more equitably, and less colonially.
As a self-conscious working document, it feeds the debate over how a nation of mestizos can represent un-representable indigenous voices that nevertheless must somehow be represented if subjects of any kind are to reshape the colonially derived social relations that underwrite contemporary Latin America.
Such a shift is no simple matter in the Horn of Africa, where the reiteration of acceptance of current borders has had both salutary effects in preventing violent conflicts, but has also increased the pressure by marginalized tribal or ethnic groups to access the resources of the centre or to claim power or the creation of new states that cut across colonially determined borders.
In London, meanwhile, a black collective observed that Britain's colonially interested media engaged in "systematic .
This book contrasts colonially induced national identities to the pre-colonial Islamic identities that revolved around the concepts of the Umma ('nation') and the Dawla ('state').
The reason for this was the existing class structure, colonially inherited that has determined a visible unequal distribution of income, limiting internal domestic markets.
3) In other words, a persistent trepidation over a colonially dispossessed Portugal coursed through ideals of nation, empire, colonialism, and of Portugalidade.
First Nations students were not only dwarfed within a colonially built environment, they were materially reminded in their every movement that their lives and culture were subordinated to a more imposing and powerful force making effort to overtake and transform them as Indigenous peoples.