Colonized

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List Of Heinlein Planets - Time Enough For Love
... before" Felicity — A planet roughly equivalent to Old Home Terra-Earth, colonized with ostracized people (from Secundus) ... New Beginnings — A colony planet colonized by Lazarus Long under the pseudonym 'Ernest Gibbons' ... Secundus — A planet colonized by the Howards in c2250 ...
The Colonizer And The Colonized
... The Colonizer and the Colonized (French Portrait du colonisé, précédé par Portrait du colonisateur) is a well-known nonfiction book of Albert Memmi, published in French in 1957 and in English ... the psychological effects of colonialism on colonized and colonizers alike ...
Realms Of Arda - Second Age - Realms of Men - Númenóreans
1000) Arnor (first colonized c. 800, founded 3320 by Elendil) Gondor (first colonized c. 1100, founded 3320 by Elendil) Umbar (first colonized c ...
List Of Lambda Chi Alpha Chapters - Colonies
1921, installed TKN 1924 Iota-Gamma 1952 Fresno State California-Fresno Colony Colonized 1948 dormant 2003-2012 Iota-Epsilon 1952 Indiana State Indiana-Terre. 1923 recolonized 2012 Sigma-Nu 1976 Texas Tech Texas-Lubbock Colony Colonized 1975 dormant 2010-2012 Kappa-Phi 1926† Baldwin-Wallace Ohio-Berea Colony Schiller Literary ... recolonized 2010 Zeta-Mu 1949 New Mexico New Mexico-Albuquerque Colony Colonized 1947 dormant 1965-1969 2006-2011 Colony 1972 ... West Georgia Georgia-Carrollton Dormant Colonized 1972 dormant since 1973 Colony 235 ...
Delmarva Peninsula - History - Colonization
... The land that is currently Delaware was first colonized by the Dutch West India Company in 1631 as Zwaanendael ... In 1638, New Sweden was established which colonized the northern part of the state, together with the Delaware Valley ... of the peninsula that had not already been colonized by Europeans by 1632 ...

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    I don’t think it is always necessary to take up the anti-colonial—or is it post- colonial?—cudgels against English. What seems to me to be happening is that those people who were once colonized by the language are now rapidly remaking it, domesticating it, becoming more and more relaxed about the way they use it—assisted by the English language’s enormous flexibility and size, they are carving out large territories for themselves within its frontiers.
    Salman Rushdie (b. 1948)