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Nationalist

One who promotes the interests of one's own country or ethnic group over others. For example, nationalism may advocate secession of a region to form a new country in which one's own ethnic group predominates. What qualifies as a "nation" in nationalist terms is a matter of some disagreement.
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Kittel, a charter member of the Nazi party, supported Hitler and Positive Christianity under the misguided hope that a nationalistically inspired religious revival would somehow reunite the German people with the pure Reformation Christianity of their past.
Since the two military coups of 1987, nationalistically minded Fijians pursued, particularly on the regional level, a politics of ethnic exclusion.
10) Oleh Gerus has described the paper as speaking "on behalf of crusading and nationalistically minded intelligentsia.
Then would come the politicians and parties who would eschew violence of any kind, yet would still talk nationalistically of preserving national cultures and traditions at all costs, perhaps as a cover for their jealousy of power and privilege.
Reverting to the five "sensitive" Departments, it is similarly noticeable that the single Western contributor in 1992 had chosen an anodyne or nationalistically "correct" subject--actually in literature (Gunn 1992)--even though at that very time a quite "explosive" study was on the stocks in Australia (Gunn 1993), which was to play a part, one cannot doubt, in the abrupt foreshortening of the author's second contract in 1994.
In "Oberons Feast," Herrick presents an elaborate smorgasbord reminiscent of the fairy banquet nationalistically admired by William Browne: Herrick's Oberon samples such delicacies as butterflies' antennae, "Beards of Mice, a Newt's stew'd thigh, / A bloated Earewig, and a Flie" (119.
Twenty years ago John Scott and Terry Holmes, close friends and club-mates at Cardiff, set about each other with such venom that no-one could have any doubt how important nationalistically this match is.
Like the New Deal Democrats, the Founding Federalists and Reconstruction Republicans were relatively nationalistic for their time and place; like them, they faced a formal system of amendment that gave the states a decisive voice in determining whether they spoke for a more nationalistically defined People; like them, they took an alternative institutional path, confronting different obstacle courses than those for constitutional amendment established by prior practice; and yet, despite the legalistic challenges they encountered, they too managed to generate constitutional authority to reconfigure the basic terms of America's social contract.
None of this seemed to alter the overall traditional picture in Bulgaria, namely, that the Orthodox Church is nationalistically Bulgarian and that Bulgarians often think of conversion away from Orthodoxy as an act of unpatriotic treason.
In Isaac Julien's celebrated 1991 film, Young Soul Rebel, the phrase "Black and white unite and fuck" floats ambiguously in response to one of the more nationalistically identified characters' exhortation that "it's allright as long as you doin' it to them
175)--remembering that the book's intended audience was not scholarly and that the nationalistically tinged reclamation of local cultural artifacts for the enlightenment of everyone ("a thrilling history, full of significance" [p.