A very different scene presented itself within the lines of the Anglo-American
Club, composed of British and American students, had twenty-five members, and there was still much material left to draw from.
There is an Anglo-American
journalist interviewing Madame de S now, or I would take you up," she continued in a changed tone and glancing towards the staircase.
is apt to boast, and not without reason, that his nation may claim a descent more truly honourable than that of any other people whose history is to be credited.
These two great divisions consisted, on the one side, of the Five, or, as they were afterward called, the Six Nations, and their allies; and, on the other, of the Lenni Lenape, or Delawares, with the numerous and powerful tribes that owned that nation as their grandfather The former was generally called, by the Anglo-Americans
Iroquois, or the Six Nations, and sometimes Mingoes.
Leo Strauss and Anglo-American
Democracy: A Conservative Critique, Grant N.
relations; contemporary perspectives.
The government will be guided by law when deciding how to react to an announcement by Anglo-American
plc that it plans to sell its 100% owned Skorpion Zinc mine in the south of the country.
The notion of a harmonious Anglo-American
alliance stems from what British Prime Minister Winston Churchill labeled the "special relationship" between the United States and Great Britain during World War II.
He's perhaps most recognized for his evocative images of Southern California--swimming pools, desert landscapes, and nubile young men--but gay Anglo-American
artist David Hockney has been painting portraits for 50 years.
Johnson and Anglo-American
Relations 'At the Summit', 1964-68.
Another is more current, reflecting the contemporary interest in eliding the nationalist gap separating British and American thought to treat the Atlantic World as a fundamentally single unit embracing a common literary and linguistic culture; insofar as the slave trade was a joint Anglo-American
activity this perspective is particularly relevant to Gould's project.