New Brunswicker


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New Brunswicker

(ˈbrʌnzwɪkə)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of New Brunswick
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The youngest New Brunswicker to receive this honor since its creation.
With Eve Mills Nash, he co-wrote her 2002 biography, Little White Squaw, the story of a white New Brunswicker drawn to a life of addiction and abusive relationships with Native men.
In fact, as a New Brunswicker, I am struck by how accurately she has described developments in my province during the past twenty years.
A young New Brunswicker speaks at a forum conducted by the Centre for Research and Information on Canada in 2004
And the plot of the very first chapter of Winnie-the-Pooh - in which a hungry bear climbs a tree in the woods "silent as a shadow" to steal honey from angry bees, falls to the ground, rolls in mud, and tries again - is the creation of a New Brunswicker, Sir Charles G.
Rather, the province's linguistic regime is founded on two distinct, though complementary, principles--institutional bilingualism and linguistic duality--that seek to ensure the right of every New Brunswicker to be unilingual.
His fellow New Brunswicker nods and smiles at him, then glares at us.
This lecture is dedicated to a giant of a man, a great Canadian and New Brunswicker, and Ivan Rand's chief aide when he was settling the Ford Dispute: Horace Pettigrove.
While at Harvard he met his future wife, another New Brunswicker.
The first went to native New Brunswicker and Vancouver Branch member, Paul Richard Sweezey UE, presented by Branch President Carl Stymiest and Vancouver Branch Genealogist, Wendy Cosby.
It is further proof of our commitment to bringing more high-speed, multimedia services to every New Brunswicker.
He had replaced another New Brunswicker, Oswald Smith Crocket, who--unlike Rand--had had nineteen years trial experience at the Supreme Court of New Brunswick.

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