Related to Colonical: colonial, Colonial era


a.1.Of or pertaining to husbandmen.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The green colonical hydrocarbon rich unicellular microalgae Botryococcus braunii was obtained in the brackish water, fresh water and ponds (1,15).
Z., 13 January 1900, OFN, 50-51) (6) To make her argument about the blocks to Indonesian modernisation by the colonical administration clear to Stella, Kartini draws a parallel with the opposition to women's emancipation in Holland:
of curese huge steps has been taken in order to make post-development more comprehensive and reflective, this field mostly rooted in Latin America, Africa and India expriences, and emphsizes on diversity of culture, language, religion, cultural inheritance, and colonical experinces.
British seafarers played an important role in colonical expansion.
As a result, the reader may wonder at the lengthy treatment of the legacy of Columbus up to the nineteenth century that seems unrelated to the question of colonical encounters addressed in the other chapters.
Revolution Anglicanism: The Colonical Church of England During the American Revolution.
"This is not a General of the Sandhurst colonical brand.