There was a time when the average Briton or American belonged to a startlingly large number of clubs and societies.
Just before storming the complex the militants ambushed nearby a bus carrying employees and killed a Briton and an Algerian.
The 20-year-old Briton has been held at Phonthong since she was arrested August 6, 2008, at Wattay Airport in Vientiane.
He then saw 7-year old Zainab al-Hilli [lying in the recovery position] yards from the car, where the Briton had placed her.
On board were 149 Indonesians, three South Koreans, one Singaporean, a Malaysian, and one Briton, the airline said.
Monday, October 30th, 1899, is not a date which can be looked back to with satisfaction by any Briton.
"I—that demijohn that you took last night," began the Briton nervously.
I therefore lay these facts before you, an Englishman, knowing that a Briton's generosity and capabilities are proverbially equal.
This reply seemed to arouse an irrational anger in the Briton.
The Briton would not give the Saxon the salutation or the kiss of peace.
Anglo-French Bretun, from Latin Brittonem (nominative Britto, misspelled Brito in MSS) "a member of the tribe of the Britons," from *Britt-os, the Celtic name of the Celtic inhabitants of Britain and southern Scotland before the 5c. Anglo-Saxon invasion drove them into Wales, Cornwall, and a few other corners. In 4c. B.C.E. Greek they are recorded as Prittanoi, which is said to mean "tattooed people." Exclusively in historical use after Old English period; revived when James I was proclaimed King of Great Britain in 1604, and made official at the union of England and Scotland in 1707.