Anglophilic


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An·glo·phile

 (ăng′glə-fīl′) also An·glo·phil (-fĭl)
n.
One who admires England, its people, and its culture.

An′glo·phile, An′glo·phil′ic (ăng′glə-fĭl′ĭk) adj.
An′glo·phil′i·a (-fĭl′ē-ə) n.
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Adj.1.Anglophilic - characterized by AnglophiliaAnglophilic - characterized by Anglophilia  
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Full of pageantry and larger-than-life personalities, the period is a favorite of the Anglophilic world.
At the risk of over-reading, one can argue that the embargo imposed by the couple on Sir Toby (a name inspired by Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and clearly delineating the Anglophilic worldview of Miss Stoneham) is symbolic of barring the minority from the mainstream.
The Receptionist, local controller of the hotel space, is initially associated with a very conservative notion of hotels as places upholding a traditional, Anglophilic version of Canadian culture; in the opening scene he pays scant attention to the Gonzalez family and the Social Worker (The Refugee Hotel 21-23) because he is on the telephone arranging to take his mother to English-style tea at Victoria's famed Empress Hotel.
He reinvented himself, moving from an Anglophilic Harry to the Kuan Yew that emphasized his Chinese heritage to the leader that pushed multiethnic Singaporeans to speak English to be competitive.
Social scientist Shiv Visvanathan, who though wants ' Anglophilic clubs' to change their rules, upholds the right of these private insti- tutions to allow whosoever they want to enter the premises.
As her final exempla, Goff uses the satire of Kobina Sekyi (1892-1956) (24) to illustrate how a Classical education was regarded by some West Africans as pernicious, creating an Anglophilic elite with inauthentic identities, and the suggestively-titled Ethiopia Unbound (1911) by Joseph Casely Hayford (1866-1930), (25) to demonstrate how Blyden's views on the purpose of a Classical education in West Africa were used by the author of what may be West Africa's first novel.
Also, Gilroy's "Black Atlantic" is unapologetically anglophilic and is restricted to the North Atlantic--U.
Sadly that's no longer the case as Australia has apparently devolved into a namby-pamby society of effete urbanites, hen-pecked by anglophilic nannies and socialist, world-citizen politicians who revel in Australia's rugged history while criminalizing and quashing any hint of Such thought or action in present day.
Hegemonic dissolution, if the phrase still has relevance, in its advanced phases is not just the rebellious distancing of subaltern classes from the Anglophilic, Christian and creole notions of the traditional Jamaican middle classes, but the creation of substantially new cultural and philosophical spaces, which incorporate, among others, the following elements.
After the anglophilic Goldings version, this is the all-American of the group, with a big, bold hop aroma and character.
As Finlay pointed out with reference to the anglophilic James Boswell, 'Scottish identity surfaced when British identity' was denied.
The book begins in 1951 in London, where Moynihan spent three years on a Fulbright scholarship and acquired his anglophilic tics.