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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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Like much about Indochina's colonial past, didactic revolutionary narratives of unceasing repression and heroic resistance have obscured the alcohol monopoly's more complex history.
Many readers will benefit from Hunt's history of colonial Equateur and her attention to the interplay between colonial and Congolese bodies, senses, spaces, and thoughts.
The book's gripping narrative structure tours a variety of settings in a Senegal affected by colonial rule during the French Third Republic [1870-1940].
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This scholarship endeavours to include the colonial past into Indonesian historiography rather than treating colonialism as something that is 'external' to Indonesian history (see Schulte Nordholt, Purwanto and Saptari 2013; Suwignyo 2014).
Historians will welcome Bowersox's look at Germany's young people and how by 1914 children had in complex ways inculcated the nation's colonial sensibility.
Johnston's book is in good company, with such excellent works in postcolonial discourse and textual studies for the Australia Pacific region as Rod Edmond's (1997) Representing the South Pacific: colonial discourse from Cook to Gauguin, Vanessa Smith's (1998) Literary culture and the Pacific: nineteenth-century textual encounters, Brenda Johnson Clay's (2005) Unstable images: colonial discourse on New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, 1875-1935 and Noel Elizabeth Currie's (2005) Constructing colonial discourse: Captain Cook at Nootka Sound.
The strength of Sharma's analysis lies in explaining how the encounter with colonial capitalist modernity, and the associated rhetoric of progress, transformed material and intellectual life in Bramhaputra Valley and changed the emergent Asomiya-speaking literati's self-perception, as well as their relationship with India and the local subaltern classes.
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Montgomery Colonial Property LLC, led by Larry Crain Sr., bought the former corporate headquarters of Colonial Bancgroup Inc., the defunct $26 billion bank holding company for Colonial Bank.
Weiss Realty has recently completed seven leases for 10,927 square feet of professional office space at Colonial Village in Edison, NJ.