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Anglophone

A person, company, or country for which English is the primary language. Because of the importance of America and the UK in the global economy, English is one of the most common languages in international commerce.
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18), Hughes s'est etabli et mele a la vie d'une ville pour laquelle il s'est pris d'affection, a suivi son actualite et discute avec ses residents francophones et anglophones pour en arriver a penser la rencontre de deux mondes oU << les Canadiensfrancais de classe moyenne, bien assis et deja urbains, doivent affronter une classe de gerants anglophones dont la mentalite et les facons de travailler sont differentes des leurs; et oU, finalement, les institutions traditionnelles du Quebec traversent des crises provoquees par la presence des institutions de l'industrialisme et du capitalisme extremes >> (p.
The Quebec Liberal Party owes its standing to anglophones and consequently bows to that community's demands, not daring to make any strong decisions on language and cultural issues.
However, Anglophone Cameroon, which was neglected by the British authorities, was in turn divided into two administrative zones.
This study examined whether francophones in one NS Acadian community showed different patterns of health service use from anglophones in similar communities, or the NS population overall.
In fact, the Francophones may have seen their WTC and goal setting as a means to achieve their major motivation to associate with Anglophones (intergroup attitudes).
les gens qui nous disent ca d'habitude, c'est parce que je suis avec mes amis anglophones, puis on parle anglais, puis on se fait dire des commentaires >>.
The resulting marginalization of their community was borne out by the exclusion of Anglophones from the most senior positions in state and party, a pattern of distribution of public investment that favoured Francophone regions, and discrimination in employment in the public and private corporate sectors.
The Anglophones who move would not be oppressed by the daily sight and sound of a foreign (to them) language, which apparently upsets their delicate nature, and would have the enjoyment of being close to their roots, rather than strangers in a strange land.
Pour les anglophones, il s'agit d'obtenir un certificat.
A CROP survey of more than 3,000 English speaking and Francophone Quebecers reports that in the western part of Montreal (where the province's largest concentration of Anglophones are found) 55% of English-speakers of the sample said they were generally satisfied with access, while only 39% felt the same way in Montreal's largely French-speaking east end.
Here we have a medical school - that most complex of institutions - built upon the centuries old Canadian triangular foundation of First Nations, francophones and anglophones.
But, in recognition of the rapidly growing importance of their emerging economies, which is now explicitly acknowledged in the new constitution (paragraph 2), the rest of the world should receive more seats, probably at the expense of the other anglophones (Australia, South Africa and the UK).