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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • An association comprising the United Kingdom, its dependencies, and many former British colonies that are now sovereign states with a common allegiance to the British Crown, including Canada, Australia, India, and many countries in the West Indies and Africa. It was formally established by the Statute of Westminster in 1931.

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Examples

  • For those who had just served with Ander's Army and fought at Monte Cassino, a new life in tranquil Wales offered some consolation for having been sold out at Yalta and cut off from their kin for two generatons by the Iron Curtain.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Here's the list, copied and pasted from Ander's blog:

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • From Lou Ander's blog, he posts a video tutorial for the eReader feature on iPhone or iPod Touch.

    More News from the Future: eReader

  • So I was trolling around Lou Ander's newly re-designed site and I happened across his list of Pyr SF&F books.

    August 2006

  • I'm sure the lack of paint on Ander's troops didn't help either.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Just asking the first question had brought a scowl to the Ander's face.

    Soul of the Fire

  • Blot nodded, unable to refuse, unable to meet Ander's eyes.

    The Dragons at War

  • He moved as quietly as he could behind the assistant scribe, the red glow of Ander's dim torch bobbing several feet ahead.

    The Dragons at War

  • A few yards into a suddenly wider tunnel, Ander's smoking branch threw its flickering light up the high vault of the passage, showing thirty-foot-high ice columns and row upon row of frozen stalactites, glittering like thousands of needle-sharp teeth, ready to rain down on them at the slightest disturbance.

    The Dragons at War

  • Blot raised the knife and took a step toward the torchlight, lunging for Ander's back.

    The Dragons at War

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