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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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Andrew Humps observed that native English-speaking teachers were paid better, but less was expected from them.
PATRIOTISMIn an address Saturday night, long-serving President Paul Biya, who will celebrate his 85th birthday on Tuesday, said the situation in the English-speaking regions "is stabilising," but critics have described the sentiments as "far from reality".
Tens of thousands of English-speaking Cameroonians hoisted flags Sunday to show they want independence from the country's French-speaking majority, defying security forces and bans for gathering in some areas, presstv reported.
The acquisition follows a 12-month review of the UK market by Voyageurs du Monde, as it sought an investment opportunity to further expand its international operations into key English-speaking markets.
Our mainly English-speaking Welsh footballers did more for Wales in four weeks at the Euros than the Gorsedd or Eisteddfod has done in 100 years.
In "Basic Level Literacy Programs for English-Speaking and Non-English-Speaking Adults", Catherine has written a study specifically designed to provide centers with a variety of options.
Howard said, Spanish-speaking women were significantly less likely than were English-speaking women to use incorrect descriptors for the term Pap smear.
It takes its quotes from Great Britain, the United States, the Commonwealth and various other English-speaking countries and people.
The English-speaking housemaids from the Philippines will offer services ranging from cleaning, cooking, home-care and baby-sitting, to English tutoring to chauffeuring.
Mostly European, but also Australian and Korean, scholars of English literature present 13 essays from the July 2009 international conference Interdisciplinary Approaches to Spirituality in the Literatures of the English-Speaking World, held in Vienna.
George Economides, and the honors graduate student of the MBA Full-Time English-speaking Program (2012), Mrs Georgia Katsifaraki, were the main speakers during the ceremony.
The focus of A Short History of African Philosophy is an account of the growth of, and some of the outstanding major themes in English-speaking philosophy in the African context.