coloniser


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Noun1.coloniser - someone who helps to found a colony
beginner, founder, founding father, father - a person who founds or establishes some institution; "George Washington is the father of his country"
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Chapter eight puts these pieces together to highlight the social change triggered by the coloniser's irrigation and allied policies and their effect on the rural society, the land ownership patterns, and the class structure of the society.
A book was released at Bait al Ghasham Museum in Nakhal which takes the reader back to an era when Oman boldly resisted the occupation of Portuguese coloniser.
Many of the issues in this album - race (Coloniser) and social inequality (Coast to Coast) - have featured in past albums, the newfound synthetic soundscape gives the outlined issues a renewed sense of urgency.
The first task, focusing on colonialism, is sub-divided into two: a focus on colonialism and the colonised and the second on the coloniser. In assessing the record of colonialism, Cesaire looks carefully at the nature and claims used by the coloniser to justify colonialism.
Summary: Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's visit to Italy to mark the second anniversary of a friendship treaty with former coloniser Italy stumbled into controversy Monday.
An alternate reality is created as a smokescreen to hide coloniser's repression, tyranny and exploitation.
Those known to have taken part in the siege include the poet Sir Edmund Spenser and the explorer, coloniser, pirate and Munster plantation owner, Sir Walter Raleigh.
Cymuned, the pressure group both men run, has now officially adopted the phrase "coloniser" to describe any English-speakers who move into the Welsh-language "heartlands" and refuse to use Welsh at all times.
One could argue that if Western academics are to examine the interaction of politics, psychology and culture, the fundamental conflict to be addressed before any other is that between coloniser and colonised, since it underlies nation building in the vast majority of societies.
Clare Midgley's edited collection provides a welcome and enriching extension to such work, the main value of which is twofold in its attention to both coloniser and colonised as variably gendered, and to the intersections of gender with class and 'race', in and across the various sites of imperial encounters and interactions.
The people of Johor should be aware of the DAP's 'A La Coloniser's Democracy' tactics in gaining support and votes ahead of the 14th general election (GE14), said Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin.