Britain, it is clear, is a country pockmarked by deprivation and want.
Britain and the colonies, for example, only accepted it in 1752.
Unlike my peers who were mostly going to Britain or Spain, I chose Zimbabwe.
But Davis argues that Britain did so only when it realized it served its “national honor.”
But what the papers told him was alarming: that Britain is sliding towards an entirely new kind of surveillance society.
The treaty of Utrecht secured to Britain a monopoly of that traffick.
In all Britain to-day, no wolf roams wild and the deer are all tame.
This country must do all it can to support the arms of Britain.
This species was formerly rare in Britain—indeed all over the world.
We all know—every one in Britain knows—that you are a special channel for the operations of the Holy Ghost in our land.
c.1300, Breteyne, from Old French Bretaigne, from Latin Britannia, earlier Brittania, from Brittani "the Britons" (see Briton). The Old English place-name Brytenlond meant "Wales." If there was a Celtic name for the island, it has not been recorded.
Officially the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, located on the British Isles off the western coast of the mainland (continent) of Europe. It comprises England, Wales, and Scotland on the island of Great Britain, and Northern Ireland on the island of Ireland. Its capital and largest city is London.
Note: Britain declared war on Germany in 1939. Allied with the United States and the Soviet Union, the British, under the leadership of Winston Churchill, played an important role in defeating Germany.
Note: Most of the settlers of the American colonies were British. The colonies remained under the British crown until the American Revolutionary War.
Note: It is one of the world's leading industrialized nations.
Note: A constitutional monarchy, Britain's government calls for the hereditary king or queen to perform mostly ceremonial functions. Parliament governs the country.
Note: At the height of its imperial power in the late nineteenth century, Britain boasted colonies and possessions around the globe. (See British Empire.)