Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative capitalization of Francophone
  • n. Alternative capitalization of Francophone

Etymologies

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Examples

  • While keeping a high hand over the Moroccan marijuana trade, he took advantage of his situation to legalize his other activities, taking control of casinos, gambling and horse races in francophone Africa.

    sarkozy – cia – rothschilds – mafia

  • After all, a few people have called the francophone Quebecois society fundamentally antisemitic and racist.

    2007 CBC poll: 59% of Quebecers say they're bigots

  • He remains strong in the polls as Canada has suffered less from the worldwide Quebec, with 23% of the national population, its distinctive French-language ( "francophone") culture, angered the western provinces by wielding undue influence on the Federal Government and its repeated threats to national unity.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Quebec, with 23% of the national population, its distinctive French-language ( "francophone") culture, and is perceived by the western provinces as wielding undue influence on the Federal Government.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • ..i believe l'francophone's quote when translated, reads well, well, well, you whiny little american trolls...i guess our great french laboratories put that landis bitch back in HIS place, right ?

    This Just In: BSNYC On Vacation!

  • ( "francophone") culture, byw ielding undue influence on the Federal Government and its repeated threats to national unity

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • ( "francophone") culture, wielding undue influence on the Federal Government.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Tunisian blogger Sami Ben Gharbia on the Global Voices summit recently held in Delhi, India (Fr): A will to build a francophone version of Global Voices and to spread the Global Voices China experiment was expressed.

    Global Voices in English » Global Voices Advocacy Wins Zemanta Blog Contest

  • Earlier this month, 20 Moroccan leading publications were released with blank editorials, as reported by The View from Fez, protesting “a court decision that was handed down against three Arabic newspapers and a monthly economic francophone magazine, convicted of defamation” against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi who was awarded damages.

    Global Voices in English » Morocco: A Decade with Mohammed VI

  • Bloggers from each of these countries, and francophone Africa more generally, have long criticized Françafrique, France's neocolonial legacy of cozy relations with resource-rich, African dictators.

    Global Voices in English » Paris court investigates three African leaders

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