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- adj. Between colonies
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Between or among colonies; pertaining to the intercourse or mutual relations of colonies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Between colonies; of or pertaining to different colonies in intercourse: as, intercolonial commerce.
Nor would their assemblies pay for an intercolonial expedition.
They were merely the grounds for engaging in these collaborative intercolonial discourses.
Establishing these intercolonial discourses was therefore central to both Indian nationalists and British colonialists, since it offered avenues for them both to establish and expand their power domains and social collaborative networks.
Hence British colonial elites contrived ways in which they could permanently consolidate power among themselves by establishing a collaborative intercolonial discourse with Indian indigenous elite (religious leaders, property owners, traders, and other community leaders).
Moreover, there was always more than one strand of intercolonial and anti-colonial discourse occurring simultaneously within any one or more of India's variant multidimensional social structures.
These British intercolonial collaborative discourses with Indian natives were centered on multidimensional ideological issues, many of which were previously discussed.
In order for British colonialists to accomplish this task, they had to first establish a collaborative intercolonial discourse between themselves and Indian indigenous elites who, at that time, held India's power themselves.
Therefore, British colonialists needed to offer Indian indigenous ruling elites a new, unprecedented reward for partaking in collaborative intercolonial discourse.
India's nonwestern nationalist intercolonial discourses, whether Eastern or Western in origin, started as an ideological response to British penetration of India and attempts to dominate India's indigenous society.
His plan provided for (1) an American Grand Council elected by the colonial legislatures and possessing wide powers over intercolonial political affairs, (2) a president general appointed by the Crown, and (3) a mutual veto by Parliament and the Council over legislation passed by either affecting the Colonies.
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