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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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These new leases have exceeded our expectations and only further confirm that Colonial Village is a highly desirable location for retail and office tenants.
Large swaths of the world experienced similar twinned colonial histories of state and tribal formation: parts of the United States, South Asia, and of course much of Africa under the policies of Indirect Rule.
The men and women whom she includes within the Generacion del 30 were members of a middle class that ironically expanded as a result of the education reforms--especially the creation of the Universidad de Puerto Rico--implemented by the US colonial government after their take-over from Spain in 1898.
Click on country names to see their location on the continent, date of independence, and colonial ruler.
The fundamentalist project itself was seen by many Arab nationalists as an offshoot to the effort by colonial and neo-colonial forces to counterbalance the emergence of movements that promoted Arab unity and self-determination.
The CD was recorded in the Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area using antique instruments in its collections, including a 1758 Jacob Kirckman harpsichord, a circa 1780 James Ball pianoforte and a 1750 Adcock and Pether bureau organ.
5 million in tax-exempt bonds, to be acquired from Colonial.
The book makes an important contribution to colonial (and postcolonial) literary studies, both in its careful consideration of the relationship between literary genre and colonialism, and in making nuanced distinctions among different European colonial projects.
The merger, which values Colonial at approximately $158 million, would give U.
Southern Natural Gas will relocate September 1 from Birmingham's Regions Bank Building, formerly known as the AmSouth/Sonat Tower, to Colonial Brookwood Center, which is part of a mixed-use development that also includes Colonial Brookwood Village.
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.