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  • n. Plural form of Brunswicker.

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Examples

  • New Brunswickers are familiar with illiteracy statistics and commercials depicting a province where 50 per cent of people cannot read or write.

    Literacy News – 162th Edition « News « Literacy News

  • New Englanders and New Brunswickers will recognize them as the dreaded black flies, clouds of tiny carnivores that are often at their worst in late June.69

    Champlain's Dream

  • The Brunswickers are currently passing through the Duchy of Hesse Seewald, where they paused to have their pictures taken.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Premier Bernard Lord said this summer that the decision constituted "the most prudent, most balanced, and most realistic approach to take for all New Brunswickers."

    Available Affordable Electricity from Nuclear Energy

  • New Brunswickers want better access to abortion services, according to the results of a public opinion poll conducted in December.

    Atlantic Canadians oppose most abortions

  • New Brunswickers were asked if they felt women had the right to choose when it came to having an abortion.

    Atlantic Canadians oppose most abortions

  • Why were there Americans, Nova Scotians, New Brunswickers, Prince Edward Islanders, Quebec/Canadians, and Europeans fishing in "fully controlled" Newfoundland waters before 1949?

    The Newfoundland Nationalist orthodoxy

  • Brunswickers were routed and had fled — their Duke was killed.

    Vanity Fair

  • Brunswickers, these painters, and ought to be called Chevaliers de la Mort.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • We started to take new real steps as a province to make us more competitive and prosperous, to reduce our financial dependency and to keep New Brunswickers working and learning at home.

    My Canada -- Today and Tomorrow

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