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Lists Of Ethnic Groups - By Alphabet - A
... American Afro-Portuguese Portugal 150,000 residents or citizens of Portugal of Black-African descent Afro-Puerto Rican Puerto Rico Afro-American peoples of the Americas, Afro-Latin American Afro-Trinidadian ... Anglo-Saxon United Kingdom Historically, a collective name for the Germanic tribes resident Great Britain since the 5th century, especially prior to the Norman Conquest Became the. 470,000 Arab diaspora Arab Chilean Chile 800,000 Arab diaspora Arab residents in Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire 100,000 Arab diaspora Arab Ecuadorians Ecuador ~20,000 - 97,5 ...
Atteridgeville - Subdivisions
... Some of these areas were nicknamed by local residents ... Ou Stad- Sesotho speaking residents are concentrated in this area ... - A blurred concentration of Zulu, Xhosa and Ndebele speaking residents ...
Aspotogan Peninsula - History: Eighteenth Century - Foreign Protestants
... was Foreign Protestants, both German and French speaking ... After the Raid on Lunenburg, many German speaking and French speaking residents left Lunenburg ... Some German speaking residents went to nearby Rose Bay, while French speaking residents established French Village, Nova Scotia in St ...

Famous quotes containing the words residents and/or speaking:

    Most of the folktales dealing with the Indians are lurid and romantic. The story of the Indian lovers who were refused permission to wed and committed suicide is common to many places. Local residents point out cliffs where Indian maidens leaped to their death until it would seem that the first duty of all Indian girls was to jump off cliffs.
    —For the State of Iowa, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    The French are certainly misunderstood:Mbut whether the fault is theirs, in not sufficiently explaining themselves; or speaking with that exact limitation and precision which one would expect ... or whether the fault may not be altogether on our side ... I shall not decide.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)