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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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There were growing calls for an anglophone boycott as Cameroon commemorated the 52nd edition of the National Youth Day on Sunday.
As a leader of Cameroon's growing anglophone rights movement, he had reason to be on his guard.
The campaign against the separatists has led to night-time curfews, restrictions on movement, raids and body searches, as well as an attempt by the central government in Yaound to reach out to the Anglophone community for political dialogue.
In 2010, French was briefly forbidden at the Moncton Casino's card tables to prevent cheating, since many employees were unilingual anglophones.
Today, not much has changed in the educational system, as the Anglophones and Francophones still write separate examinations from primary to high school.
Though minor relative to total provincial populations, there were net demographic losses of Anglophones in Ontario, New Brunswick and Quebec, while net losses of Francophones occurred in Quebec and Ontario.
Israel has thrice won in the ESL trophy in the last decade, but this was the first time that Israelis progressed to the runoff towards the Open Final at the World Championship against native Anglophone teams.
Dans la seconde partie, des auteurs francophones et anglophones presentent en alternance le detail particulier de chaque regime constitutionnel.
However, Anglophone Cameroon, which was neglected by the British authorities, was in turn divided into two administrative zones.
L'analyse a fait emerger l'existence de frontieres identitaires dans le discours de l'ensemble de nos repondants--des frontieres entre d'une part les Francophones minoritaires et les Francophones quebecois et, d'autre part, entre les Francophones minoritaires et les Anglophones canadiens.
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).