They are also attacking the BBC Persian and VOA Persian and are alluding fingers at foreigners and colonial powers (as usual).
The presumption is that those countries had to be ruled by colonial powers or strongmen more or less beholden to them.
Bonny Island in Nigeria and St. Michael's in Maryland had much in common in colonial times.
To a colonial New Englander, slaves were basically luxury items.
In the eloquent words of colonial preacher John Winthrop, “When a man is to wade through deep water, there is required tallness.”
Practically all of the colonial officials were subject to residencia.
We have already glanced at various phases of colonial individualism.
They were, however, the bills and bonds of several great foreign and colonial mercantile houses.
Fully 30,000 troops are said to have been gathered for the attack upon the colonial troops.
She sees him irradiated with glories such as never appertained and never will appertain to any man, foreign, English, or colonial.