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colonize

(kŏl′ə-nīz′)
v. colo·nized, colo·nizing, colo·nizes
v.tr.
1. To form or establish a colony or colonies in.
2. To migrate to and settle in; occupy as a colony.
3. To resettle or confine (persons) in or as if in a colony.
4. To subjugate (a population) to or as if to a colonial government.
v.intr.
1. To form or establish a colony.
2. To settle in a colony or colonies.

col′o·niz′er n.
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The arrogance of those who participated in the rape of Algeria can be discerned in the manner the colonizers write their recollections of the invasion.
Ghaffar Khan is another Pashtun who challenged rule of the British colonizers.
Cesaire sees nothing except "force, brutality, cruelty, sadism, conflict" during the confrontation between colonizers and colonized (Cesaire 21).
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Because of Voodoo and Obeah, magic is ingrained into the culture of the Caribbean, and many oppressed peoples still use it to push back against any colonizer who is trying to marginalize them and make them give up their cultural independence.
Australian Aboriginal peoples had no immunity to Western diseases such as smallpox, so numerous people died after the arrival of the British colonizers (Gibson 1).
Rather, the entire "truth" of the "Wretched's" movement is to actually "split the world in two" and create a rupture from the entirety of this situation that will allow the Wretched to destroy both the colonizer and, figuratively, themselves as colonized.
In Administering the Colonizer, Blaine Chiasson, an associate professor at Wilfred Laurier University who specializes in Modern China and Sino-Soviet relations, sets out to explore how Chinese officials administered the Manchurian Special District (SD) in the decade after the First World War.
In his article 'Colonialism, Nationalism and Colonized Women: The Contest in India' (1989), Partha Chatterjee notes that in pre-independent India the world for the Indian woman was separate from that of the colonizer and to master the world of the colonizer, one had to imitate and adapt to the ways of the colonizer, but only on the outside.
Along with such an implosion of the myth of origin in terms of deconstruction and differance, the colonized, nonetheless, make sure that they, in their own eyes, are themselves the 'marginalized selves' forced to replicate the 'centralized others,' the colonizers.
18 May 2011 - ICRA downgraded today the long-term rating on the term loans of Indian real estate developer Country Colonizers Pvt Ltd to LB+ from LBB-.
Jennings explains that the reliance on water and altitude cures created artificial conditions in the tropical zones that strengthened the resolve of the French colonizers.