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1. Colonised synonyms, Colonised pronunciation, Colonised translation, English dictionary definition of Colonised
2. Colonised - inhabited by colonists colonized, settled inhabited - having inhabitants; lived in; "the inhabited regions of the earth" Based on
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3. Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Colonised. Princeton's WordNet (0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: colonized, colonised, settled (adj)
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4. India Colonised is a podcast and a blog posting site dedicated to exploring India’s colonial history and legacy in the subcontinent and it's echoes in We want to explore India’s rich, vast and fragrant history through many more years to come while it remained a colony under the British Empire.
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5. Dictionary entry overview: What does Colonised mean? • Colonised (adjective) The adjective Colonised has 1 sense:
6. Inhabited by colonists Familiarity information: Colonised used as an adjective is very rare.
7. Once the wood is fully Colonised, mushrooms will spring forth from cracks or channels in the wood
Colonised, Cracks, Channels
8. From Yule log to mushroom log; GROW To the majority of those Colonised, the Union Flag was known as the 'Butcher's Apron'', representing cruel and violent colonial oppression, and the enslavement of native people
Colonised, Cruel, Colonial
9. Colonised: 1 adj inhabited by colonists Synonyms: colonized , settled inhabited having inhabitants; lived in
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10. New Zealand was Colonised by Pasifikans who, presumably, were looking for somewhere to live and raise families
11. Colonised 'Colonised' is a 9 letter word starting with C and ending with D Crossword clues for 'Colonised' Clue Answer; Settled new country (9) Colonised: Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Colonised We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Colonised will help you to finish your crossword today
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12. Like many African countries that were Colonised by the British, Ethiopia’s educational system strongly privileges the English language
13. The history of Namibia has passed through several distinct stages from being Colonised in the late nineteenth century to Namibia's independence on 21 March 1990.
14. $\begingroup$ I don't think this quite answers the question posed, which is could the Romans have Colonised the New World, given the right motivation and/or some slightly different conditions
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15. In 1888 Cecil John Rhodes, an ambitious colonial entrepreneur, formed the British South Africa Company (BSAC) and Colonised Zimbabwe, establishing the capital at Fort Salisbury ().The colonists appropriated farmlands, and by 1895 the new country was being referred to as Rhodesia
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16. It is also true, as Albert Memmi says in the 1965 preface to his book The Coloniser and the Colonised, “that all oppressed are alike in some ways”
17. Iran ceded land to Russia and Britain, with the latter seizing the rights to oil, gas and the tobacco trade, but neither conquered nor Colonised Persia, as the country was known before 1935
Ceded, Conquered, Colonised, Country
18. A Colonised Cantankeri, Pulverised Category: Story Event: Type: Story Data ID: 315660 A palpitating mycological mass of fractured chitinous legs, frilled gills, and ruptured polyps: a growth of livid fungus has engulfed a small herd of cantankeri
Colonised, Cantankeri, Category, Chitinous
19. - Shikasta - Re: Colonised Planet 5 - The Marriages Between Zones Three Four and Five - The Sirian Experiments Report by Ambien II of the Five - The Making Of The Representative of Planet 8 - Sentimental Agents in the Volyen Empire This initial book sets the scene for all the others to a greater (book 3) or lesser (books 2,4,5) extent.
20. Shikasta: Re, Colonised Planet 5 (Vintage International) - Kindle edition by Lessing, Doris
21. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Shikasta: Re, Colonised Planet 5 (Vintage International).
22. To Cathcart, it makes far more sense to imagine an alternate reality of a Colonised Australia more akin to a Colonised Africa, carved up and ruled by rival colonial powers over a period of time.
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23. The clinical and bacteriological efficacy of topical cadexomer iodine on venous leg ulcers Colonised with Pseudomonas aeruginosa was evaluated in an open, uncontrolled, multicentre pilot study
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24. Ethiopia was Colonised: We kept the imperialists at bay, but it wasn’t enough
25. And so we can say Africa was split apart and Colonised
26. More or less this was the beginning of WE Colonised THE MOON.
27. Introduction: Decolonising geographical knowledge in a Colonised and re‐colonising postcolonial world
28. In PA-Colonised patients bronchial microbiome changed to a microbiome similar to non-PA-Colonised patients during exacerbations
29. View Colonised aboutsix years.docx from HH VG at Khushal Khan Khattak University, Karak
30. Zimbabwe Why did Britain obtain this particular colony? First off, a technicality, Zimbabwe was never Colonised, it was the area called Southern Rhodesia that was
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31. The Spanish artist Santiago Sierra is planning to immerse a British flag in blood donated by indigenous peoples from countries Colonised by the British Empire
Definition of colonize. transitive verb. 1a : to establish a colony in or on or of colonize an island. b : to establish in a colony the rights of colonized people. 2 : to send illegal or irregularly qualified voters into colonizing doubtful districts.
colonizer synonyms, colonizer pronunciation, colonizer translation, English dictionary definition of colonizer. v. col·o·nized , col·o·niz·ing , col·o·niz·es v. tr. 1. To form or establish a colony or colonies in. 2. To migrate to and settle in; occupy as a colony.
colonizer - someone who helps to found a colony. coloniser. beginner, founder, founding father, father - a person who founds or establishes some institution; "George Washington is the father of his country".
Colonization occurs when microorganisms live on or in a host organism but do not invade tissues or cause damage. Colonization refers to the presence of microorganisms which can cause infection, but not to the infection itself.