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British Columbian


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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the Canadian province of British Columbia.
  • n. A native or inhabitant of British Columbia, Canada.


British Columbia +‎ -an (Wiktionary)


  • He had struck the right note, for the British Columbian is a somewhat chivalrous person, and there was silence, through which the jingle of a piano in the saloon broke irritatingly, until Lee stood up.

    Lorimer of the Northwest

  • BC eHealth Opt-Out site p2pnet news view Freedom | P2P:- eHealth is a British Columbia government plan meant to manage the personal health information of every British Columbian through shared electronic data sources, say bureaucrats.

    BC eHealth Opt-Out site

  • The Greater Victoria Public Library in the British Columbian capital city has been seeing strike action that included various slow downs of services beginning in September 2007.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • It was a retrospective of art by the Haida people, a First Nations tribe inhabiting an archipelago sixty miles west of the British Columbian coast.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Andrew Coyne: "If complainant Naiyer Habib doesn't testify, then we will have gone through an entire hearing about Muslims exposed to hatred in British Columbia without hearing from one single, solitary outraged British Columbian Muslim."

    Daimnation!: Details, details...

  • People from outside British Columbia can hunt there only with a guide; British Columbian hunters, if they are licensed and win a lottery, may stalk grizzly bears without a guide.

    Face-to-Face With the Grizzly

  • Have I mentioned lately that I love British Columbian politics?

    sirilyan Diary Entry

  • Pebbles I kicked with my desert-booted toes jumped in slow motion and emitted no sound as I strolled deeper, deeper into the graveyard, all sounds either muffled or gone, as though I were walking into that British Columbian forest with Anna-Louise, Paris already being filtered out of my brain, being replaced by the gas that composes so much of the air but does so little, argon.

    Shampoo Planet

  • Klondike, and it is confidently asserted that the Alaskan side of this region is as rich in gold as the British Columbian.

    The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 41, August 19, 1897 A Weekly Magazine for Boys and Girls

  • From Ontario we travelled westward to Prince Rupert on the British Columbian coast, holding sittings at Saskatoon,

    Fifty Years of Railway Life in England Scotland and Ireland


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