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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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An accent projects where you come from, and, ironically, there is no doubt about the origins of those Scots and Irish correspondents who report on Wales' English speaking broadcasting channels.
Prices start from PS3,795pp for a 16 day tour to Brazil, including flights, accommodation, meals, transportation and sightseeing with an English speaking guide.
Emirates NBD announced today that Jumeirah English Speaking School - Jumeirah had won the top prize in 'Battle of the Brains' - a quiz contest for Dubai schools, hosted recently by the bank at Safa Private School.
Emirates English Speaking School put up a spirited display before their innings folded at 146 runs, just 6 runs short of OOEHS Al Ain.
While students from a number of countries attend the specific school, according to Politis, the acts of delinquency and often violence were primarily noted among the English speaking students.
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.
Berard, Robert, "A Cardinal for English Speaking Canada, 1930-37.
Your best defense in any malpractice suit, whether the patient is English speaking or not, is documented records of steps taken to provide the standard of care and to assure the patient understands and agrees to the treatment and post-treatment requirements.
Since a number of students are from non-native English speaking countries, ISS also provides an excellent ESL program--something that would be of value to kids from Japanese international marriages as well.
Only weeks earlier, the prime minister had given a stirring address to Harvard University on the tics of "blood and history" that united the English speaking democracies; and Churchill and his wife Clementine had spent their wedding anniversary being feted and toasted by the president at Hyde Park, his beloved residence on the Hudson River.
Most of the countries in the English speaking Caribbean received their independence in the 1960s.
This monumental work based on the German Evangelisches Kirchenlexikon: Internationale theologishe Enzyklopadie features many enhancements and additions of special value to English speaking users.