intercolonial


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intercolonial

(ˌɪntəkəˈləʊnɪəl)
adj
existing, occurring, or operating between colonies
ˌintercoˈlonially adv
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Built upon the Intercolonial Royal Mail Co., this was a Royal (West Indian) Mail Steam Packet Co.
produced the "Solemn League and Covenant," an intercolonial
Aunque fue un comercio intercolonial con mercados reducidos, integrado a la Renta de Tabaco en el reino de Guatemala y encauzado dentro de una teoria mercantilista.
(143) "Throughout the society,...an artificial intercolonial
The results of the in vivo tests conducted in the present study showed that there are both intercolonial differences (demonstrated by comparing the colonies obtained in the field with the ROCK colony) and intracolonial differences (demonstrated by comparing the replication of each of the serotypes within the same colony) among the strains tested in this study.
South Carolinian Isaac DaCosta's story makes clear the nebulous nature of political boundaries, the intertwining of international and intercolonial trading networks, and how furs fit within this nexus, as well as the involvement of a religious traditionalist and functionary in these endeavors.
intercolonial wars (creating a massive national debt), the "United
It extends the significance of particular nodal points, positioning them in a network of linkages across a larger intercolonial landscape.
Caption: Clearing debris at the Intercolonial Railway Station, which was destroyed by the blast, December 1917.
El bloque maritimo intercolonial no facilitaba el abasto ni la exportacion, haciendo necesaria la diversificacion de la agricultura y la industria en momentos en que el imperio espanol ya estaba en plena crisis politica tanto en Espana como en sus colonias americanas y, en general, de ultramar.
History and other scholars from Canada and the US discuss how environments were modified to facilitate mobility and the challenges and opportunities people faced, such as the transformation of the Nova Scotian spruce forests into ships and the impact of the shipbuilding industry on Maitland, the use of the Intercolonial Railway, lakeside mobility in the Muskoka region in Ontario, the use of ice roads in northern Saskatchewan, the construction of the St.
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